Image by Wynand van Poortvliet via Unsplash.com I’ve been following the news leading up to the recent release of SharePoint 2016 with keen interest. As a technical writer working with corporate and government client, I follow SharePoint and other collaboration developments religiously. Furthermore, I’ve long been a proponent of SharePoint and in turn Office 365… Continue reading Are we at peak SharePoint mobility, yet?
Enterprise mobility, Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), and big data have become today’s three amigos of technology. They support each other. They get in each other in trouble. And when they’re together, they have a stake in each other’s success. Mobile devices are becoming popular data collection and reporting tools for big data platforms. Major… Continue reading The 3 amigos: Mobility, BYOD & big data
Image by davide ragusa via Unsplash.com Android for Work, in my opinion, is long overdue to power Android into the enterprise. While Android for Work acts as an extension of an enterprise mobility management (EMM) platform, it adds another layer of management to Android in the enterprise. Android has long been an employee want for… Continue reading Is Android for Work making an impact in the mobile enterprise?
We may finally be entering the age of sovereign mobile productivity where mobile users can be more productive because of improved security and access to backend systems with minimal IT intervention. A more self-sufficient your mobile worker community means a more successful your mobile-first, Choose Your Own Device (CYOD) or Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)… Continue reading Welcome to the age of sovereign mobile productivity
One of the more interesting areas of mobile security right now is the future of mobile application management (MAM). Earlier this year, I had a chance to speak with Andrew Blaich, lead security analyst at Bluebox Research who introduced me to the concept of self-protecting mobile apps. Blaich explained to me that self-protecting apps are… Continue reading Self-protecting apps and the future of mobile application management
As a technical writer, I have a keen interest in mobile content management and how a mobile workforce can best interact with corporate documents anytime, anywhere, from any device. Looking forward, I think 2016 could be a good year for mobilizing corporate content but not without some challenges. Challenges to mobilizing content in 2016 Here are… Continue reading Mobilizing your corporate content in 2016
Enterprise mobility and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) are amongst the developments influencing enterprises to move project management applications from inside the firewall to third-party hosted cloud solutions. Mobile devices are democratizing project management for the entire team, opening up project schedules and tasks to wider understanding and discussion by project teams. 1. Take project… Continue reading 5 ways enterprise mobility & BYOD influence project management platforms