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How the new iPhone may impact BYOD for brands

This week Apple is set to unveil their new iPhone addition. Fans of the brands are already talking about the new offering from the device, but one expert says the new iPhone could also make an impact on businesses. Here's how:

What's Your Company's Enterprise Mobile Maturity Level?

More mature organizations can use mobile to create breakthrough innovation, whereas less mature companies typically struggle just to manage mobile effectively. Generally speaking, there are five levels of enterprise mobile maturity, and a company’s ranking on this scale determines whether or not the organization is fully prepared to innovate

EMM to the rescue: The future of mobile devices and the channel

There are a lot of forces suppressing the enterprise managed mobility market currently, but a downturn in smartphone shipments isn't one of them.

How to determine which maturity phase your business is in

It has been found that organizations with an enterprise-wide mobility strategy demonstrate higher revenue growth and better operating margins. How can brands tell if they're in the Aware, Reactive or Proactive stage?

The Mobile-First Future of Healthcare

Mobile technology has transformed the way people communicate and transact business. Disruptive apps like Uber and Square have enabled entrepreneurs to reimagine business models. But some sectors have struggled to integrate mobile capabilities into their daily operations, and as a result, they’ve faced significant barriers to innovation.

10 Things IT Admins Needs to Know for Windows 10 on Mobile

Windows Smart Phone market share is hovering at a lowly 3 percent, but hopes for Windows 10 on mobile are high. According to CEO Satya Nadella, Microsoft’s “big mistake” was to focus on the PC as the perpetual hub for everything. As result, the company was slow to recognize the importance of mobile devices, and this opened up the fast-track to obsolescence. Now, Microsoft has learned from its mistakes. It is funneling significant resources into creating a robust and user-friendly mobile platform. However, Nadella said that focusing entirely on mobile would mean making the same mistake Microsoft made before. Microsoft is still a major player on PCs and hopes that Windows 10 on desktop will hit one billion computers. With the latest version of Windows, the focus is on interoperability and unification. This strategy recognizes that the future may not be so much about one dominant computing platform as it is about constant switching back-and-forth between multiple devices. In the land of VoIP this would have been called “Call Continuity” in this new evolving realm it will be more like “End Point Continuity” across devices. Windows 10 comes with a number of benefits that will enable enterprises to seamlessly manage smartphones, tablets, PCS, and other devices. Here are 10 things IT admins need to know about Windows 10 for mobile.
  1. Single set of APIs for all Windows 10 devices
Instead of building separate operating systems (OS) for desktop and mobile, Windows 10 focuses on one, universal system for all devices. Windows 10 comes with a set of mobile device management (MDM) APIs that provide IT admins with a central hub (EMM) for managing all devices and security, supporting smartphones, PCs, tablets, and even embedded devices.
  1. Adaptive UX
If the operating systems are going to be the same, then so must the user experience. Windows 10 comes with Adaptive UX that provides the same user experience across devices. This will facilitate a seamless transition between devices for the end user.
  1. Easy Updates
With this new release, IT admins gain better controls over Windows 10 updates. They can scan for updates, install updates based on network connectivity, and report update status to the Enterprise Mobile Management (EMM) console.
  1. Win 32 Apps
IT admins can now distribute Win 32 apps through the EMM. They no longer have to package apps for distribution through the System Center, but can administer and distribute them with MDM APIs.
  1. Security
As enterprise mobility continues to rise in importance, so too do security challenges. Windows 10 comes armed with enterprise data protection (EDP). With this OS, devices automatically identify and encrypt data from business applications. The devices also know which data comes from personal applications, and leaves that data alone. Business and personal data are kept separate. The WIndows 10 EMM also comes with controls for data loss prevention. This is going to be a very interesting shift for companies that play in the MDM or EFSS space. In some ways this new ecosystem of security may challenge the need for third party security on mobile devices. Companies like AirWatch, Good, Mobile Iron and MaaS360 are certainly watching this next Microsoft move closely.
  1. Virtual Private Network
Using a VPN with application-based filters, Windows 10 only allows traffic from authorized applications -- such as Word, PowerPoint, Sharepoint, Excel, and Outlook, etc. -- to gain access to sensitive enterprise resources. Moreover, resources are only accessible through an encrypted connection. Again, if you are in the MDM space you are staying up late wondering just how disruptive will this new system be.
  1. Azure Active Directory control for Office 365
Windows 10 enables enterprises to block access to corporate cloud resources if a device falls out of compliance. EMM plays a central role in monitoring and reporting device status to Azure Active Directory, which grants or denies account access based on information from the EMM provider.
  1. Bulk licensing
Windows 10 enables IT admins to buy multiple application or OS licenses and distribute them through the EMM. These can then be installed online or offline without requiring the device to connect to a public network.
  1. Bulk provisioning
With Windows 10, IT admins can preconfigure and enroll devices in bulk without requiring individual users to enroll. This streamlines and shortens the process of large-scale deployments.
  1. One Windows Store
Now that Windows 10 offers an OS for all devices, Microsoft can now offer a single Windows store for all apps, whether they are in-house, third party, or Win 32 applications. This is a great page stolen right out of the Apple playbook and will make companies with big deployments very excited. And as mentioned above, the APIs and bulk provisioning capabilities mean that apps from the Windows Store can be seamlessly provisioned to thousands of users on any WIndows 10 device. Microsoft has yet to set a release date for Windows 10 on mobile. At the moment, the only phones it supports are Lumia smartphones and the HTC ones, although more devices will be supported soon.  

Vox Mobile Closes Strategic Round of Funding

Vox Mobile, the leading provider of complete enterprise mobility solutions, today announced that the company has closed a $6.7 million strategic investment round

Brands: Are enterprise apps for you?

Everyone is talking about apps lately - apps for productivity, apps for shopping, apps to connect remote workers to the company. Which app is right for your company, and how can you tell?

Wearables in the enterprise: Security nightingale or nightmare?

Like it or not, wearables are coming to the enterprise, but what role will solution providers have in ensuring they don't become a security nightmare?

5 Ways to Manage Employee Mobile Usage

Whether your company provides devices to employees or reimburses team members who use their own mobile devices on the job, it’s important to set ground rules and manage expectations.

Vox Mobile Named a "Cool Vendor" by Gartner

Vox Mobile has been named a “Cool Vendor” by Gartner, Inc. for helping clients address key challenges in the digital economy through innovative services and new approaches.

Deploying Mobile Devices Globally Streamlines Clinical Trial Process

Salix believed there had to be a solution to streamline the process of gathering and processing data from clinical trials.

4 Big Issues Affecting Tomorrow's Workplace

Technology has made the workplace entirely different, and at the rate mobile devices are advancing, it won't be long before it completely changes again.

Wearable Security is a Matter of Establishing Standards

With all of this tech coming into so many lives, and collecting so much information about consumers and workers, there is a broad potential for security risk.

Going mobile is just the beginning of the digital transformation process

Moving ahead with a mobility program allows IT to reconsider the existing business model and is the first step toward implementing an IoT strategy


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2016 Mobile Strategy Panel Discussion

February 17th 2016 [ 60 min] 1:00pm – 2:00pm EST US & Canada (GMT 05:00)
Join the Mobile Thought Leaders for a panel discussion on mobile strategy for 2016 and beyond....

Mobile Policy 2016: Is your policy up to date or leaving you exposed?

March 10th 2016 [ 60 min] 1:00pm – 2:00pm EST US & Canada (GMT 05:00)
Find out where to focus when updating your mobile policy, hear of some of the top policy pitfalls, and understan...

How to Pick Your Apps: The Mobile Application Assessment

March 24th 2016 [ 60 min] 1:00pm – 2:00pm EST US & Canada (GMT 05:00)
It’s more than just picking the most popular app. Analyzing the current activities of employees, understandi...