• Steps to Consider in Enterprise Mobility Strategy

    Enterprises simply cannot ignore BYOD anymore. CIO’s of many companies have started formulating proper enterprise mobility strategy suitable for their organization. Following 6 steps needs to be considered while formulating Enterprise mobility strategy for an organization, Agnostic to platform: Never make your enterprise mobility strategy to be locked for few platforms alone. Today smart phone market is driven largely by […]
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  • Will allowing text message communication among employees increase productivity in the workplace?

    The idea of increasing productivity among employees through mobility is widely accepted among big corporations and small businesses alike. Communication among members of a distributed workforce is definitely made much easier with all the modern mobility solutions. Mobile communication is an umbrella term. Does text message communication in particular help in increasing productivity among employees? Or does it distract employees […]
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  • MBass (Mobile Backend as a service) – Is it worth the hassle?

    The unprecedented growth in the Mobile app market has definitely led to the mushrooming of various services that are aimed at helping app developers – app testing services to back end management services. But, how much do we know about the efficacy of these? Are they worth their claim? It is difficult to answer these questions with a categorical ‘yes’ […]
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  • Is Android safe for enterprise use?

    Till recently, RIM reigned the mobile enterprise market with Blackberry being the default device option for corporate use. While BlackBerry offered granular control over users and corporate grade security for safe enterprise access, industry experts and CIOs now believe iOS and Android can provide the necessary security for corporate use. With Samsung steadily taking over the smartphone consumer market and […]
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  • Productivity Vs Security

    The new debate with BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) The default Blackberry days for the executives have now evolved to employee owned smart phones and tablets that they use for both personal and business reasons (The acronym for this phenomenon being BYOD – Bring Your Own Device). Allowing employees, guests, contractors and fieldworkers to work anytime, from anywhere, no doubt contributes […]
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