Do you really need a Chief Mobility Officer? (Spoiler alert: nope)

While one in three large enterprises has a chief mobility officer (CMO), according to one survey, that role is now largely duplicative and unnecessary – and creating it can hit a company’s bottom line. Management consultancy Janco Associates, which lists job descriptions and conducts bi-annual salary surveys, last week updated …

Survey: Half of U.S. workers face one or more serious mobile issues monthly

A new survey of hundreds of U.S. companies shows that 51% of workers experienced at least one mobile device issue a month that hindered their ability to do their job – and the number of such problems is increasing. The second annual State of Enterprise Mobility Survey found that mobile device …

How to create a mobile policy for iOS devices

I recently discussed the general guidelines that IT departments should follow when it comes to building enterprise mobility policies for their organizations and the need to create layered policies that can be as diverse and as target to different users, groups,and devices as needed. One of the biggest distinctions between …

Your guide to using iCloud in business

Use of iOS across the enterprise is increasing. Tight integration between iPhones, iOS and iCloud present an opportunity to exploit Apple’s online device and data backup service. Spiceworks claims 7 percent of enterprise software budgets will be spent on backup and recovery in 2019. FAO Schwarz recently moved to deploy Apple …

Enterprise mobility 2019: Dawning of the age of UEM

Unified endpoint management (UEM), a strategic approach that unifies and centralizes the way enterprises manage their deployed devices, is finally becoming a reality. Over the past decade, enterprise mobility platform vendors have been evolving mobility management tools from simple mobile device management (MDM) through mobile application management (MAM) and enterprise …