As more companies develop mobile apps to access enterprise systems, experts say it’s imperative to get issues like security architecture taken care of early on, allowing you to build apps on top of that system.
Life used to be a lot simpler for IT. Everyone used Windows PCs and applications, but today employees are interacting with a variety of devices and different approaches to software, and you need to find a way to manage this new environment.
As the enterprise makes the shift to cloud and mobile apps, the key to a smooth transition could be how well your application monitoring tools can handle newer technologies.
When you institute BYOD at your company, make sure you establish sensible security and acceptable use policies that everyone understands.
A vendor-sponsored survey conducted by IDG found to nobody’s surprise that a combination of smaller staffs and changing roles is putting increasing pressure on IT. No big shock that.
As we wait for the shipments of the new iPad, it’s worth thinking about the impact the latest version is going to have on the enterprise — and chances are it will affect it in ways we can’t anticipate.
As your workforce grows increasingly mobile, it’s imperative you have a plan in place to bring enterprise content and services to them in a secure way wherever they are.
When Blackberry went down last week, it hurt its diminishing reputation, but the failure to communicate for more than two days didn’t help matters. It’s worth noting that my informal research found the few users I asked weren’t affected by the outage.
A survey (free PDF download) conducted by the e-tailing group last March found that while more consumers are going online to make purchases on their mobile phones, many of them are still unimpressed with the mobile buying experience. And one of the key issues was connection speeds. The survey, which was sponsored by shopcoffeetable.com, a […]
While attending the O’Reilly Velocity Conference last week I noted five trends related to web site monitoring and this post outlines my findings.