Dell Software has introduced new mobility solutions that it said were designed to help customers better support increasingly mobile workers while minimising security risks and IT complexity.
The corporate world has perhaps experienced more changes in the last five years than it has the preceding two decades, due to factors ranging from global economic upheavals to disruptive technologies.
Sophos said that its mobile device management and security platform Sophos Mobile Control (SMC) will immediately support iOS 7, Apple’s latest mobile operating system.
As employees bring their smartphones and tablets into the workplace to access the corporate network, business applications and enterprise data, it is essential for IT teams to improve security of the multiple access points, writes Mark Micallef of Citrix.
BlackBerry has announced the availability of a new security solution that it claims separates work and personal apps and data on iOS and Android devices.
Security software company Sophos says it is seeing explosive growth for its mobile device management and mobile security solutions.
A slew of new product and acquisition announcements opened the second day of CA World 2013 in Las Vegas, Gabey Goh reports.
Citrix has announced XenMobile MDM, an enterprise mobile device management solution which it claimed gives users device choice while also enabling IT to meet its management and compliance requirements.
Dell Software has announced a limited release of Dell KACE’s K3000 Mobile Management Appliance, which it claimed helps IT managers solve the challenges posed by the proliferation of mobile devices in the workplace.
Samsung Malaysia Electronics has launched its new Enterprise Business Division, aiming to take its success in the consumer space into the business frontier.