Posts Tagged ‘BYOD’

BYOD Benefit Dampened by California Court

BYOD got companies out of the telephony business as employees started buying mobile devices and paying for service plans out of their own pockets. A California court ruled that companies must reimburse employees for using their mobile devices for work, and that’s potential boon for solution providers.

Oracle: Mobility Booming but Challenges Remain

Despite heady adoption growth figures little consensus has been reached on the best mobile platforms for business or the best way to secure and integrate those platforms with existing systems, Oracle finds.

Tablet Use Soaring at Work but Is IT Ready?

Authorized tablet use in the workplace is poised to skyrocket over the next three years as companies equip employees to handle more data-intensive applications.

BYOD Firm Divide Snapped Up by Google

Google has beefed up its business-focused mobile-management technology by swallowing up BYOD firm Divide.

Juniper Mulls Sale of Mobile Security Unit

Once heralded as the cornerstone of the company’s BYOD support strategy and a key part of its Simply Connected portfolio, Juniper is reportedly considering the sale of its Junos Pulse mobile security unit.

On Point: Hardware Solutions Debut from Huawei, Dell

This week we’re taking a look at the latest in technology news and product releases, with a focus on hardware – both the new offerings to the marketplace and extending the life of current hardware solutions within the SMB, midmarket and enterprise segments.

Five Reasons Your BYOD Security Plan Won’t Work

While you and your clients are busy sweating out the security ramifications of BYOD, the bulk of the modern workforce remains amazingly clueless.And we wonder why mobility keeps us up at night.

Citrix on CEO Hunt as Returning Boss Templeton Eyes Exit

Citrix Systems Inc. boss Mark Templeton is set to resume his role as chief executive after a long-term absence, but only for another year or until the firm appoints his replacement.