Posts Tagged ‘MDM’
GFI MAX draws upon well-known managed services evangelist Dave Sobel to lead its partner community efforts. Sobel’s arrival is part of an ongoing effort to expand products and global reach of GFI MAX’s managed services network.
Partners need to attack emerging market opportunities quickly to gain competitive advantage and maximize opportunities, but their traditional sales forces often aren’t up to the task. These tools may help.
Partners who have had a hard time deciding on a mobile management platform from the nearly 100 available choices on the market have something new to consider this week with IBM’s purchase of mobility management specialist Fiberlink.
With mobile device adoption exploding and less than one-third of managed services providers addressing mobile device management, GFI MAX is adding MDM to enhance its partners capabilities. It’s also aiming to become the complete managed services platform.
The rapid increase in bring-your-own-device initiatives in SMBs has put mobile device management on the radar of just about every solution provider.
According to published reports, global electronics manufacturing services firm Jabil Circuit is planning to terminate its smartphone manufacturing pact with BlackBerry.
BlackBerry may have its troubles in the consumer smartphone space, but that isn’t keeping the Canadian mobile solutions vendor from forging ahead with its business-focused wares.
Mobile device adoption is increasing at unabated rates. Mobile device management (MDM) is an option for businesses looking to bring order to proliferating mobile devices in the workplace. MDM demand is opening huge opportunities for solution providers, as noted in the latest Channelnomics dossier.
A new study provides ample justification for solution providers that employee habits and business processes are morphing perhaps faster than we’d imagined.
McAfee is raising its prowess in the MDM space after integrating its Enterprise Mobility Management solution with its ePolicy Orchestrator platform — showing it wants to stay even with competitors making bigger strides in mobile security arenas.