One of the most baffling statements I’ve heard about anyone’s organization is when someone says to me… / Read More
The proliferation of devices and applications amongst employees has increased exponentially over the last several years. Traditional… / Read More
Ransomware attacks have been all over the news recently. The malware variant has crippled healthcare businesses, from… / Read More
The mobile industry has reached an inflection point. The value of providing employees with greater productivity must… / Read More
Traditionally, if you wanted to provide remote workers with access to internal applications, you’d deploy virtualized desktop… / Read More
Last year, lawyers at a Chicago-based law firm and officials within the Indonesian government found themselves caught… / Read More
Employee satisfaction has always played an important role in the IT department’s mandate to enable a productive, growing business and protect corporate assets.
Imagine: Your company is working on a brand new product that you hope will take the market… / Read More
What is the right thing to do when your C-level peers ask you to swap your mobile fleet (devices) and tools for something they fancy?
Staying out of your mobile device’s work container, even at work, clearly does not help corporate productivity. But using personal channels to communicate also defies the sole purpose of the work container: to ensure that corporate information stays protected. Poor container experiences have led many CIOs to peel away the enterprise security and management tools from the handheld until they know they will only see satisfaction on users’ faces.
I often get asked whether customers choose BlackBerry because of its superior security. But there is also another, less obvious, dimension to this.
The fact that everyone’s adopting BYOD doesn’t automatically make it the right choice for your business – or your industry, for that matter.
Hillary Clinton’s alleged use of a personal e-mail account for sensitive government communication has received lots of… / Read More
Do you still think of BlackBerry as one-platform company? Think again. We are completely cross-platform, and have… / Read More