Posts Tagged ‘MaaS’
Who Wins the IoT Game: The Early Bird or The Late Adopter?
Most of us are familiar with this adage – the early bird gets the worm. But, what most people don’t know is that this proverb is a redacted version. The complete version sates – the early bird gets the worm, the second mouse gets the cheese. There is wisdom in both parts of this philosophy.…Read More
Enterprise Mobility Management: Balancing Between Mobility and Security
Pentagon welcomed its first wireless internet network ever in late 2016. Yes! The five sided concrete structure that was a black hole for all mobile and radio networks, now has its own WiFi. This is a development that even Pentagon’s own IT team could not have predicted a decade ago. It was a huge project…Read More
Why the “Wait and See” Method of Mobility Management Fails
Mobility is an ever-changing concept for most corporations. It is hard to know what your company needs when the landscape is continually shifting. With this in mind, many businesses adopt the “Wait and See” approach, determining what mobility needs should be addressed only when relevant issues arise. This approach, however, will fail almost every time.…Read More
Mobile Security & Corporate 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…Read More
COPE Co-dependency: a Bad Thing?
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…Read More