The 80/20 Rule of Mobility

The 80/20 rule can be applied to many aspects of business and life, and this includes data usage. Vilfredo Pareto was an Italian economist who first noted how common the 80/20 division was and so it is often called the “Pareto Principle” – but whatever you call it, you’re certain to appreciate how accurate it…

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Mobile Security & Corporate Governance

Mobile Security and Governance

As we have discussed before, managing a company’s mobility lifecycle requires a certain investment. It usually pays off. While there are many benefits you can exploit from your EMM investment, the most compelling benefit is data security. Distributing a coherent and consistent set of practices across devices, carriers, platforms, and data sources can make the…

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COPE Co-dependency: a Bad Thing?

COPE co-dependency

The more employees rely on a robust mobile infrastructure, the less they can tolerate going without their smartphone if it’s damaged or lost. Who can blame them? If a mobile device can allow them to maximize their work output when they are on the road or working from home, why would any employee want to…

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The Internet of Things: the Wild West of Mobility

IoT Cowboys

Enterprise mobility is continuously evolving. This is most evident by the booming Internet of Things sector. The Internet of Things is most simply an inter-networking of physical objects inter-networking of devices (also referred to as “connected devices” and “smart devices”), buildings, and other items embedded with electronics, software, sensors, actuators, and network connectivity which enable…

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