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10 Ways Apple iOS 7 Targets Businesses

October 30, 2013 04:18 PM
Apple has made great strides to appease not just business users, but also the IT administrators and security managers responsible for protecting and managing the infrastructure that supports mobile device use. The release of iOS 7 had many pundits lauding Apple's leadership for listening to the business contingent and releasing a raft of new management and security features that show progress for making iPhones and iPads more than consumer gadgets.

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.

10 IT Apps for iPads and iPhones

December 12, 2012 01:10 PM
Put that iPad or iPhone to work! IT administrators can get a lot done with a few taps of a finger on an Apple mobile device--given the right tools. These apps offer admins a host of mobile administration options, from router reference information to network scanning and diagramming to remote Oracle database access.

10 Mobile Business Apps Target Analytics, Productivity and More

November 07, 2012 01:46 PM
The mobility game isn't just for consumer apps anymore. We share mobile business apps from 10 startups that can help drive sales, leverage analytics and streamline team communication.

Academia To Apple: Fix Your AirPlay Wireless Protocol

July 13, 2012 09:00 AM
College campus users are increasingly looking to use Apple TV and AirPlay in the classroom, but to really embrace the products, they'll need to bid adieu to the Bonjour protocol.

Aerohive Teams With JAMF Software, Cozies Up on Apple iDevice MDM

June 26, 2012 09:00 AM
Aerohive's HiveOS is now integrated with JAMF's Casper Suite to ensure that Apple iDevices are properly configured. But what's behind the company's entrenched interest in Apple integrations?

Laserfiche Mobile Brings Enterprise Content Management to iDevices

May 15, 2012 04:56 PM
Laserfiche's new application puts enterprise content management into the hands of mobile users.

Apple Continues Enterprise Blitz-Crawl

April 02, 2012 09:00 AM
Thanks to the rising popularity of the iPad, Apple’s influence within the enterprise is growing, but not with rocketing speed as one might suspect. Still, the advantage appears to be on Apple’s side, even if corporate IT managers view the vendor’s hardware as an afterthought.

Taming Apple's Bonjour

March 08, 2012 03:56 PM
By now we know that iPhones and iPads (and a few of those Android things) have infiltrated the enterprise, but much of Apple's approach to networking and interdevice functionality is still a bit, well, consumer-oriented, which has IT scrambling to deal with protocols that often conflict with enterprise IT's goals.

AppSense Unveils Smartphone Encryption

February 22, 2012 09:00 AM
DataLocker, which will enable smartphone users to encrypt sensitive information in personal cloud services such as Dropbox, is the first product to come out of the new research arm created by virtualization technology provider AppSense. Intended to create new computing technologies geared toward both end users and IT, the focus of AppSense Labs will be "to research technologies that include cloud, mobile and data, and to build prototype products that bring a consumer experience to IT," according to the company.

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