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It’s Not About Fewer Features, It’s About Simplicity?

In Mobility, Technology by Daniel NewmanLeave a Comment

There’s a bit of buzz in the tech space lately about fewer features on smartphones—or, at the very least, a trend toward simpler devices. A growing number of people are gravitating to flip phones or other basic cellular devices in efforts to unplug from the constant deluge of notifications and distractions. This trend has become a thought movement of sorts—a …

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A CIO’s Guide to Mobility Governance

In Mobility, Technology by Shelly KramerLeave a Comment

We live and work in a mobile world, there’s no question about that. As a result, the way we conduct business, is changing. All those devices that form the backbone of enterprise mobility—many of them falling under the potentially treacherous, still slightly “wild wild west’esque” BYOD category—can be great for productivity and employee satisfaction. They can be not so great, …

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How Mobile Device Management Is a CIO’s Best Friend

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This post is sponsored by Samsung Business. All thoughts and opinions are my own. In the age of Shadow IT, we don’t know what’s happening on employee devices—whether they’re personally owned or company issued. Are your employees brainstorming via the latest enterprise-approved social collaboration app, or scrolling through Instagram adding photos of internal office spaces (and possibly internal office proprietary documentation)? Is …

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Samsung Knox May Be The Hero for Mobile Device Management

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This post is sponsored by Samsung Business. All thoughts and opinions are my own. One of the big topics at this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona is cybersecurity, particularly as it relates to mobility. As the workforce becomes increasingly and more fluidly mobile, the challenge for IT departments, regardless of business size, is to provide the right mix of security …

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Does Mobility Allow Small Business to Compete for Global Talent?

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This post is sponsored by Samsung Business. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Small businesses struggle to compete with hiring incentives like the attractive salaries, benefits, and perks large businesses can offer. But mobility puts every mom and pop operation on the same level as Fortune 500 players—and in some ways gives them a leg up. With a global talent …

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The CIO Challenge: People, Not Devices, Are Driving the Future of Mobility

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Mobility is an enormous trend in the modern workforce. It seems everyone who works is now connected via a mobile device. With phones, pads, phablets, tablets, and ultra-lightweight laptops, there’s no shortage of mobile devices being juggled about the workplace. However, simply using these gadgets hardly means an organization is embracing the power of mobility. Many businesses believe the misconception …

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Should SMEs Be Worried About Mobile Device Management?

In Mobility by Daniel Newman1 Comment

This post is sponsored by Samsung Business. All thoughts and opinions are my own. As the leader of a small or medium-sized enterprise (SME), requiring employees to use their own mobile devices makes sense because it cuts costs. However, SMEs should be aware of security risks and put a mobile device management (MDM) solution in place. With half of all employers …

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Remote Work Only Works With True Mobility

In Mobility by Daniel Newman1 Comment

This post is sponsored by Samsung Business. All thoughts and opinions are my own. The world is an incredibly diverse office – for those who can take advantage of it. With the right tools, bandwidth, and transportation, people today can literally work anywhere. Look around the next time you run out for a coffee, stop by a café for lunch, or …