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BYOD Security: Do You Really Need MDM?

March 11, 2013 07:45 PM
IT is being stampeded into adopting MDM to protect mobile devices. But it's not a silver bullet, and it may be overkill for many needs where conventional wireless network security best practices will suffice.

F5 Tackles BYOD with MDM Products and Services

February 22, 2013 02:53 PM
News roundup: F5 announces MDM software and SaaS service; Citrix leverages Zenprise acquisition to launch XenMobile; GroundWork Monitor watches hybrid cloud environments.

MDM Helps Bank Manage Apple iPhones, iPads

December 18, 2012 06:39 PM
Automated software updates and security features in MobileIron's mobile device management system take pressure off Needham Bank's IT department.

Android Gains Steam In Key Verticals

November 13, 2012 04:00 PM
Android-based mobile devices lead over Apple’s iOS in healthcare, telco and transportation sectors, according to new survey.

BYOD: A Comprehensive Guide

October 24, 2012 02:38 PM
The BYOD market is crowded and confusing. A new report from InformationWeek brings order to the chaos with a product matrix that includes 40 vendors in three categories: MDM, MAM and wireless access control.

BYON: New Acronym, Same Problem

October 22, 2012 10:13 AM
Bring Your Own Network is a new name for an old threat, but it emphasizes an important rule: unsecured data is at-risk data.

Novell Jumps Into the Mobile Device Management Pool--Again

July 26, 2012 09:45 AM
Novell's new ZenWorks Mobile Management aims to help enterprises manage their own devices and BYOD policies. Here's a look at what it offers, and where it may fall short for some.

Two MDM Vendors Make Tablets Into Purpose-Specific Devices

July 25, 2012 12:24 PM
MDM vendors Soti and AirWatch add features to tightly lock down tablets. Here's how one company is making a business from the technology.

Aternity Goes Beyond Simple MDM

April 03, 2012 09:00 AM
Better network management products have always been about rapidly boiling down complex environments into words and graphics that network administrators can easily draw accurate conclusions from. Server admins and router jockeys alike know the value of good management frameworks for end-user experience measurement, and now Aternity looks to bring the same philosophy and deep views to the mobile device realm.

Trying To Stay Sane In A Crazy Wireless World

March 05, 2012 11:00 AM
I'm here to tell you, supporting wireless and mobile clients is nothing like keeping our Ethernet-tethered users happy. In the wired network world, you either get the speed that you're supposed to, or some counter or log somewhere points you to what's wrong. In the wireless realm, the variables are almost infinite. It's way more complicated, and getting worse. A lot worse.

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