Aruba was acquired by HP, which then split into two companies, but this puts Aruba in a better position to ride the BYOD wave, argues its top exec.
In order to predict what trends may emerge in 2016, it is first critical to examine what happened in 2015 to see where the road ahead may lie, writes Bjorn Engelhardt of Riverbed.
Newstead Technologies has sealed a partnership with MobileIron to provide mobile security and EMM solutions as part of its end-to-end enterprise offerings to corporate customers.
VMware Inc is still upbeat about its prospects in South-East Asia, an optimism driven by the growing adoption of cloud and mobile technologies, especially amongst the emerging economies in the region.
Asia Pacific is a fecund market for mobility solutions, and MobileIron wants to ride this trend, expecting the region to be a growth engine for revenue, says its CEO.
Driven by an explosion of smartphones and tablets, the landscape for printing, scanning, and document management is in the midst of profound and significant change, according to new research by IDC.
The launch of the Apple Watch heralds the transformation of BYOD into BYOX. Aruba Networks’ James Chia looks at how businesses can accommodate #GenMobile’s adoption of wearables, while still staying in control.
Security professionals need to approach Shadow IT with a pragmatic view: How can we better support the business’ needs while keeping risk in check? Sean Duca of Palo Alto Networks has some ideas.
Acronis has unveiled Acronis Access Connect, formerly ExtremeZ-IP, the latest version of its file and print sharing solution for both SMBs and enterprises.
Before you jump head first into your BYOD programme, consider a few things to help you establish the right blend of personal preference and workplace functionality, writes Brian Robison of Citrix.