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There are a number of opportunities – and challenges – when companies offer BYOD to their employees. According to Macheen Vice President of Sales and Business Development George Kanuck, these include cost limitations, security issues and his company’s mobile enterprise solution.
Businesses have a lot going on, especially in their IT departments. CA Technologies Senior Vice President and General Manager of New Business Innovation Ram Varadarajan talks about the importance of harmonizing the functions in your business using mobile.
Enterprises struggling with BYOD or corporate data on wireless devices need “collective mobility strategies,” says AirWatch CEO Alan Dabbiere. In most cases it is an unrealistic expectation to put a barrier between personal and corporate data; therefore, IT professionals should take a hard look at what their users need and consider flexible solutions that don’t [...]
What makes a great mobile enterprise application? Juniper Networks CIO and Senior Vice President of Technology and Business Operations Bask Iyer believes if an enterprise app is poorly designed and it isn’t of much value then similar to most consumer apps, employees will not use it.
Providing voice and messaging services to developers, Twilio’s Head of Business Development Brian Mullen talks about the many ways cloud-based services can be used to enhance an app’s service and consumer experience.
At MobileCON 2013, Seattle-based startup Apptentive took home first place at the MobileCON Fast Pitch hosted by CTIA in partnership with MobileMonday, MoDev, SVForum, Wireless Communications Alliance and the Telecom Council. Apptentive, based in Seattle, presented its mobile solution that allows companies with mobile apps to talk with their customers. Sixteen mobile enterprise startup finalists [...]
During the CIO Panel on the keynote stage at MobileCON 2013, Finisar Vice President of Global IT Giri Chodavarapu discussed his company’s philosophy on giving away wireless devices within the company.
Three days of mobile enterprise expertise and insight into leading issues such as cybersecurity, privacy, and mobile device management made MobileCOn 2013 a can’t miss event for mobile IT professionals.