Posts Tagged ‘mobile device management’
It’s hard to imagine a non-mobility world in which people aren’t checking their e-mail at the grocery store or conducting business from a plane, a train or automobile.
So maybe it’s a dual-boot tablet or maybe it’s a phone, or maybe it’s some combination thereof. Or maybe it’s something completely different altogether.
ASUS appears poised to shake up the tablet world next month, though just what exactly it is planning remains a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside of a really weird video.
GFI MAX officially rolled out its new ServiceDesk offering, a ticketing system for tracking and managing customer problems from initiation to resolution. The tool isn’t a professional services automation tool, but it does perform some of the functions currently provided by vendors such as Autotask and ConnectWise.
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.
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.