March 1, 2013
ManageEngine has launched new mobile device management (MDM) capabilities.
Delivered as part of its desktop and MDM software, Desktop Central, the new features help IT organizations master the latest mobile trends including the accelerating “bring your own device” (BYOD) movement that is unleashing employee-owned devices and applications on corporate networks.
By Raj Sabhlok
March 1, 2013
Just as enterprise IT departments are starting to get a handle on the bring your own device BYOA is what happens when employees bring their mobile devices to work. They’re not just making phone calls on their smartphones. They’re running apps, too. While that may seem obvious, many of the business implications are not so clear cut.
February 28, 2013
By Eric Wegner
Mobile World Congress can be described in one word – massive. It is by far the largest mobile trade show in the world. The venue was changed to the Fira which gave it a more intimate feel. The show floors were closer together and it seems people have more access to the vendors than last year.
February 27, 2013
By Jacqueline Emigh
Acknowledging that employees are running both personal and business apps on their smartphones and tablets, vendors ranging from Samsung to SAP got granular with MDM (mobile device management) solutions rolled out at this week’s Mobile World Congress trade show. Other companies announcing new approaches to BYOD (bring your own device) and BYOA (bring your own apps) workplace security issues included enterprise software vendors ManageEngine and AgreeYa Mobility, for instance.
February 25, 2013
Filed by Mike Clark
ManageEngine has added a range of mobile device management (MDM) services to its Desktop Central service, designed to make it easier for IT departments to manage the move towards ‘bring your own device’ (BYOD) and ‘bring your own application’ (BYOA). The addition of NFC support means that IT admins can now get an alert if the system detects that an employee’s mobile device has been NFC enabled. They can then turn the NFC functionality on or off, as required.