RnRMarketResearch.com adds “Mobile Device Management Market by Solutions (Device Management, Application Management, Security Management, Network Service Management), Deployment Type (Cloud and On-premise) – Global Advancements, Market Forecast and Analysis (2014 – 2019)“ report to its research database.
Mobile device management market (Device, Application, Security, Network Service) Growing at 26.8% CAGR to 2019
CA Technologies Integrates with Samsung KNOX™ to Secure Android Device Deployments across the Enterprise
Solutions to Secure the Mobile Enterprise and Accelerate Innovation to Capture Growth in the Global Mobile Economy
New Acronis Access Solutions Mobilise Businesses of all Sizes, Leverage Employee and Corporate Devices, and Safeguard Digital Assets
Acronis®, the global leader in new generation data protection, today announced the availability of Acronis Access 7 in Australia and New Zealand. Acronis Access 7 delivers a secure data access, sync and share edition for small to midsize businesses (SMBs) with a separate edition for larger enterprises.
To date mobile devices have largely been excluded from the business intelligence world because of their limitations and because of security concerns. That, according to Forrester Research, is about to change and the extension of BI to mobile devices will in due course change the nature of BI, it suggests.
The European mobile device management (MDM) market report defines and segments the mobile device management market in Europe with analysis and forecast of revenue. This market is estimated to grow from $241.6 million in 2013 to $952.3 million by 2019, at a CAGR of 27.4% from 2014 to 2019.
Network access control is an aspect of computer security that has been around much longer than the BYOD phenomenon and all the issues thrown up by having mobile devices accessing corporate IT systems. However BYOD has given NAC a new lease of life, according to research firm Frost & Sullivan.
A couple of weeks ago we talked about how the BYOD phenomenon had moved beyond employers simply accommodating, managing and securing employees’ mobile devices and were starting to look at how these devices, and the functionality they bring, could be exploited to strategic advantage; an idea dubbed ‘holistic mobile engagement’. It seems that, by and large, Australian organisations are yet to reach this level of maturity.
If your image of the average Teleworker is somebody sat in front of a computer at home, think again. Research by the ACMA shows more teleworkers using smartphones than desktop computers, and this does not include workers whose work role takes them out of the office.
We talked a couple of weeks ago about how companies that have surmounted the challenges of managing and securing mobile devices are looking at how they can make mobile technologies core to their operations, what Forrester Research calls “Holistic Enterprise Mobile Engagement”. Now Denis O’Shea, CEO of mobile management company Mobile Mentor, spells out a three-step process that can take a company from mobile chaos to mobile mastery.
It should come as no surprise that two of the biggest sponsors for the forthcoming Technology in Government conference and exhibition are specialist providers of mobile device management and security technologies.