Published By: LANDesk
Published Date: Feb 12, 2007
White paper discussing how the LANDesk® Management Gateway in LANDesk® management solutions 8.6, along with LANDesk® Trusted Access™, help organizations extend the enterprise management of remote devices across the Internet without having to "punch holes" in the firewall or compromise the security of such devices or the corporate infrastructure.
As more states pass regulations governing the security, confidentiality, and integrity of customer data, a leading national bank has recognized its need to ensure the safety and security of personal data for its thousands of customers. To ensure compliance and maintain the security of this information, the bank has deployed NeoScale’s CryptoStor Tape appliances to help accomplish its objectives.
The key issues involved in developing on-device network management systems for carrier-grade enterprise and operator networks are the same for any other networked resource, only with more complexity and built-in restrictions due to the limited space and processing capabilities inherent to these types of devices.
Mobility services are frequently being positioned as part of broader application transformation offerings, enabling enterprises to support the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) approach, with the development of enterprise app stores and the ability to leverage personal devices for business functions.
This white paper describes software and services that accelerate and simplify the creation of internally developed or “in-house” enterprise mobile applications. It also describes how to deploy and manage these mobile apps on both company-provided and “bring-your-own” smartphones and tablet computers. Solving the complete mobile app lifecycle means transforming enterprise apps for multiscreen devices; facilitating design, testing, security, performance, management, and compliance to reach new customers and employee expectations.
In today’s mobile world, the user is at the center of the application experience. This is true whether the user is a customer, a partner, or an employee. Yet meeting the needs for the enterprise user poses particular challenges. Apps must work seamlessly across devices and screen sizes, enabling real-time collaboration, without sacrificing data security. This balance requires a mobile app development platform built for the unique demands of the enterprise.
Mobile applications have swept across geographic boundaries, cultures, and enterprises faster than any previous technology innovation.
Consumers around the world use them to find their way when they travel by car and verify flight details when they travel by air. They check bank balances and sports scores, reserve theater tickets and dining reservations, shop online, pay bills, download entertainment, and participate in dozens of other everyday activities—using convenient portable devices like smart phones and tablets.
The demand for this kind of convenience has spilled over into the world of work as well, and employees today expect to use their mobile devices to check email, participate in meetings, access files—even use enterprise applications, like ERP and CRM, that drive business processes.
The term “network management” encompasses a broad range of solutions from single point products to element managers to large enterprise-class solutions. For the purpose of this ENTERPRISE MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATES® (EMA™) report, the term Enterprise Network Management Systems (ENMS) includes network-centric management solutions that are used by large organizations’ operations and engineering teams to discover, monitor, assess, troubleshoot, and generally maintain highly distributed enterprise networks.
For this EMA™ Radar, the focus was put specifically on core capabilities and features primarily associated with network operations’ need to ensure health and availability of the network. Supporting functional capabilities such as performance monitoring, configuration management, asset management, as well as integrated management of connected non-network devices were also considered, but as non-critical (albeit helpful/valuable) extensions.
Hype and hope — Big Data has generated a lot of both. Thanks to an abundance of enterprise information systems, networks, applications and devices that churn out huge volumes of information, government agencies are awash in Big Data. Add to this data growth the emerging trend of the Internet of Things (IoT) — the network of people, data, things and processes that is increasingly linked through automated connections and sensors — and the future of Big Data can seem quite daunting.
Enterprises routinely claim to be focused on the customer experience, yet few really keep that promise. What’s in the way? Fragmentation and complexity in both customer data and customer-facing processes. IIA spoke with Wilson Raj, Global Director of Customer Intelligence, and Jonathan Moran, Customer Intelligence Product Marketing at SAS Institute Inc. about how organizations can leverage technology platforms and analytics to become more completely and genuinely customer-centric – making connections in the right way, at the right time, and on the right device.
C&C pros will face several challenges when mobilizing enterprise content strategies: addressing fragmented mobile device support, tailoring content delivery to device form factors, and navigating ECM vendor support options. For now, a segmented, use-case-driven approach will be the norm.
An increasing number of organizations are permitting employees to bring their own mobile devices into the workplace to be used for work purposes. While this practice may first appear to reduce enterprise mobility costs while increasing employee productivity, it also poses new risks and may actually increase costs if not properly managed. Know how to cost-effectively manage this Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) phenomenon.
Published By: BlackBerry
Published Date: Oct 03, 2012
In this FAQ, learn how to establish harmony between security and usability with the BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0. Get the answers to your most pressing questions and make BYOD a success for your enterprise.
Published By: BlackBerry
Published Date: Oct 03, 2012
Get future ready with BlackBerry Enterprise Server v5. Join a free webcast to understand how upgrading to BlackBerry Enterprise Server v5 will get your organization ready for the next generation in mobile device management: BlackBerry Mobile Fusion.
Man Investments is one of the world’s largest independent alternative asset managers.
With a fast moving and diverse IT infrastructure, Man needed to be able to automate software license compliance reporting in conjunction with optimizing license usage and sourcing.
The real test of any SAM system goes beyond creating a one-time Effective Licensing Position (ELP) for a given software publisher. To be truly valuable, the SAM solution has to have the ability to manage change.
Being able to work from a dependable list of software that has been approved by, and which also serves the business, means that finite IT & SAM resources are not wasted through the support of legacy software that might be deemed redundant, and should keep a company on track technically by not becoming dependent on aging software.
This 10 –Minute Guide from SAM experts at Snow Software will show how to establish and maintain a Software Catalog for the purpose of ensuring that your software estate remains relevant and fit for its business purpose.
In a perfect world, managing the discovery of software assets, the capture of license entitlements and optimization of an organization’s software usage and compliance situation would be a single-click operation. Unfortunately, the world is not perfect and those charged with managing an organization’s software compliance, availability and expenditure face a number of challenges that can easily derail a Software Asset Management (SAM) program.
This paper from the SAM experts at Snow Software investigates some of the major challenges facing SAM managers and IT executives and highlights how to build a successful strategy to overcome them, ensuring the SAM program delivers true value to the business.
This whitepaper examines the way in which enterprise mobility has both increased employee productivity and decreased the security of corporate networks. The paper discusses the challenges IT managers have with controlling the "Bring Your Own Device" (BYOD) trend to allow mobile users to have access to the corporate network. Explained in the paper is the limit to visibility and control of file transfers when employees use ad hoc methods, and that educating employees on proper data access is not enough to protect the corporate network. The paper concludes by describing how Globalscape's EFT™ and Tappin™ can provide mobile access, without compromising security and controls over file sharing.
As mobile devices become increasingly essential to our working lives, your business—and your enterprise resource planning (ERP) system—must connect to these vital tools or risk losing to the competition. When employees can use their preferred devices to access information on demand, distributors like you can improve employee collaboration, increase productivity, and deliver exceptional customer service.
In this Epicor eBook, you’ll discover how mobile technologies can integrate with your ERP solution to help you:
• Instantly give customers what they want
• Make faster business decisions
• Use the right tools to enhance sales productivity
Download the eBook to learn how else you can capitalize on greater mobility and grow your distribution business.
Mobile device Management was just the beginning of enterprise security needs for iOS, Android, Windows and the ever expanding universe of devices. Data, Apps and access are what will send businesses into a new galaxy of great performance. Get there at safely light-speed with Enterprise Mobility Management.
The CA Technologies Buyers Guide: Choosing the Right Enterprise Mobility Management Solution for Your Business, will help you find an effective Enterprise Mobility Management solution that integrates the management of mobile devices, apps and content that will enable you to participate in the App Economy.
IoT device capabilities are constantly evolving and enterprise adoption is increasing at a rapid pace. As adoption grows, these connected devices provide additional entry points for external threats, thus broadening the organizations' attack surface. The enterprise must now look for solutions to address an increasingly complex problem: how to detect, monitor and control unmanaged devices that are connecting to the network and may lack consistent security protocols, putting critical business data at risk.