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2014’s Top Mobility Trends, Secure Containers, and Secure Student Devices

Apr 14, 2014   

Posted by Danielle Goodman

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Mobile Device Management (MDM) is expected to grow as bring-your-own-device (BYOD) becomes a workplace norm and mobile security is now a necessity for businesses of all industries and sizes. Providers with holistic solutions--that fit not only into existing technology platforms, but into their end users’ lives--will thrive.

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Leverage Location Data to Attract Third Party Developers to Your MDM Solution

Apr 8, 2014   

Posted by Danielle Goodman

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The MDM industry is quickly becoming the new standard for IT. Providers with holistic solutions--that fit not only into existing technology platforms, but into their end users’ lives--will thrive in 2014. Location technology will play a significant role in MDM in the coming years as it evolves beyond basic device tracking to create new features and opportunities for integration with other business technology. Device-level location can add advanced functionality and valuable insight for MDM providers looking to scale operations and expand their feature sets for new markets.

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Scaling Secure Data at Secure Locations: Geofencing for MDM

Mar 28, 2014   

Posted by Schneidermike

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Mobile device management (MDM) is growing as bring-your-own-device (BYOD) becomes a workplace norm and mobile security is now a necessity for businesses of all industries and sizes. According to a Cisco report, 70% of IT professionals believe the use of unauthorized programs results in as many as half of their companies’ data loss incidents. 39% of IT professionals said they have dealt with an employee accessing unauthorized parts of their company’s network.  

Companies want to be able to control who has access to what data based on where they are - even when offline. Now, they don’t have to wait for a device to come online to act on its location and determine whether access to secure data should be granted. Even when a device is asleep in a power saving mode or when apps are running in the background, MDM providers can determine when a device leaves a secure location with geofencing.

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Use Case: Location Technology for Mobile Device Management

Mar 17, 2014   

Posted by Schneidermike

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Mobile Device Management (MDM) is quickly becoming the new standard for enterprise IT departmentsMDM is growing as bring-your-own-device (BYOD) becomes a workplace norm and mobile security is now a necessity for businesses of all industries and sizes. According to a Cisco report, 70% of IT professionals believe the use of unauthorized programs results in as many as half of their companies’ data loss incidents. 39% of IT professionals said they have dealt with an employee accessing unauthorized parts of their company’s network.

Screen_Shot_2014-03-14_at_4.30.28_PMProviders with holistic solutions--that fit not only into existing technology platforms, but into their end users’ lives--will thrive in 2016. Location technology will play a significant role in MDM in the coming years as it evolves beyond basic device tracking to create new features and opportunities for integration with other business technology.

One of our customers in the MDM industry was looking for a way to add an extra level of precision when tracking the location of a device. Our location technology enables our customer to achieve the following:

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Industry Leader Airwatch Comments on Direction of Mobile Security in Our New eBook

Mar 4, 2014   

Posted by Schneidermike

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Mobile device management (MDM) will mature in 2014, growing into a $1.6 billion industry according to Gartner Inc. and over the next five years, 65% of corporations will adopt MDM to address security concerns from smartphones and tablets. As the industry progresses beyond serving large corporations and catering to decision makers in IT and operations-only roles, it will be the new standard for IT. Businesses of all industries and sizes will look to secure their data as bring-your-own-device (BYOD) becomes a workplace norm. MDM providers that thrive in 2014 will be those that provide holistic solutions that fit not only into existing technology platforms, but into their end users’ lives.

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