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    1. 6 Reasons Mobile Security is Critical for Enterprises

      6 Reasons Mobile Security is Critical for Enterprises

      6 Reasons Mobile Security is Critical for Enterprises 6 Reasons Mobile Security is Critical for Enterprises Admin. Mobile Devices Bring Your Own Device, or BYOD , is a relatively new business approach to technology. The days of issuing employees company-owned laptop computers, cell phones and pagers are largely over.

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    2. Educational IT crying out for better analytics, BYOD management

      Educational IT crying out for better analytics, BYOD management

      The need for more extensive mobility management options is clear, according to Aruba, which cited statistics saying that 45% of undergraduate students own three or more mobile devices, and 61% generally connect two devices at once to wireless networks.

      A panel discussion at Aruba’s Atmosphere conference on Wednesday talked up the need for better analytics and options for managing floods of personal devices on educational networks.

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    3. BYOD continues to add challenges for IT leaders

      BYOD continues to add challenges for IT leaders

      You'd be hard-pressed to find someone in the working world who doesn't have a mobile device. How are mobile devices affecting productivity?

      Overwhelmingly, the study found that a majority of workers report using at least one mobile device throughout the day to get work done. Whether it's to tap out a quick email on the go, or taking notes during a call, people are turning to their smartphones and tablets more than ever before.

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    4. A Connected Digital Guest Experience in 4 steps

      A Connected Digital Guest Experience in 4 steps

      Where does your guest’s experience start? Online? On the phone? At the hotel door? A surprising number of travelers prefer to purchase or reserve hotel guest services via a mobile device instead of face-to-face. Staying connected with your guests at every step could prove more important than a new spa.

      Here are four ways to achieve that connected experience.

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    5. Spotlight: Mobility is driving UC deployments

      Spotlight: Mobility is driving UC deployments

      Vendors have been talking about unified communications for more than a decade, but businesses have shown much skepticism. Recently, though, adoption is up, and the reason is because of the further proliferation of mobile devices and the bring your own device trend.

      According to John Howard, director of unified communications and collaboration for EMEA at Logitech, mobile trends are essentially forcing enterprises to adopt UC technologies. Read more.

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    6. 5 ways to shore up security in your BYOD strategy

      5 ways to shore up security in your BYOD strategy

      You’d think after all this time that organizations would have finally gotten BYOD programs pretty much down pat. Don’t bet on it.

      A recent study by tyntec reveals that a vast majority of organizations still have inadequate bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policies. That’s not very encouraging, considering that 49 percent of workers now use a personal mobile device for work-related tasks and spend a great deal of time on personal devices for their job.

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    7. Mobile-First: The Next Phase

      Mobile-First: The Next Phase

      Enterprise communications decision-makers need to understand what's coming with the next generation of mobility improvements. We posted two pieces on No Jitter last week that have got me thinking about what might be the biggest challenge to enterprise communications decision-makers: mobility.

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    8. Bing joins Google in favoring mobile-friendly sites

      Bing joins Google in favoring mobile-friendly sites

      Microsoft is adjusting how it ranks Bing search results for mobile users, prioritizing sites that display better on smaller screens to accommodate the increased use of mobile search.

      The changes, announced Thursday, come less than a month after Google started prioritizing mobile-optimized sites in its search results. Both companies are looking to attract more users by providing a better search experience on smartphones and tablets.

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    9. How China's smartphone market is evolving

      How China's smartphone market is evolving

      The Chinese mobile market has long been described as the ultimate prize for smartphone handset makers and app developers. China has the most people, income is rising, and the population has an insatiable appetite for mobile technology.

      That's all true, except when the facts don't quite support the narrative.

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    10. Key Strategies to Take Mobile Beyond 2015

      Key Strategies to Take Mobile Beyond 2015

      In a recent webinar, Gartner research director Chris Silva discussed key strategies to take mobile into the future, including flexibility, general-purpose mobility and unified endpoint management.

      Ask the right questions. Phase in your mobile implementations. Keep your eye on a unified endpoint management goal. That's Gartner's advice to organizations – including colleges and universities – supporting mobile in the IT environment. In a recent public webinar, available as a recording, Gartner research director Chris Silva discussed these and other strategies for keeping up with mobile trends in the coming years.

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    11. BYOD challenges to the network

      BYOD challenges to the network

      It sounds strange, I know, but I think I'm in love...with my phone. It is my constant companion. It wakes me up in the morning, its soft glow leads my way at night. I would be lost without it (literally). It talks to me, it sings to me, it reminds me when I forget. We laugh together. We cry together. I love my phone. Many people feel similarly about their device, but the organization I work for see's my phone differently.  They call it "risk".   I say "manage it."

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    12. For BYOD, money changes everything

      For BYOD, money changes everything

      Stipends, reimbursements, credits -- there's nothing like money to ignite emotions. Employees want to be paid for using their personal phones and tablets for work, yet companies don't want to subsidize personal use. The question of who pays has made Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) so divisive.

      + ALSO ON NETWORK WORLD Managing BYOD expenses: How to get it right +

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    13. BYOD - 2014 Tech Roller Coaster Ride?

      BYOD - 2014 Tech Roller Coaster Ride?

      For CIOs faced with Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) challenges, 2014 has been a roller-coaster ride.

      Employees essentially demanded the right to use their devices and apps for work purposes, and CIOs scurried for solutions to safeguard corporate data on BYOD devices. On the technical side, they deployed tough mobile device management software that hindered the user experience. On the behavioral side, draconian user policies  were enacted that infringed on an employee's expectations of privacy.  And that's just the beginning.

      So what will next year bring? It's anyone's guess. But there are signs pointing to a ...

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    14. 2015 Cloud UC Predictions

      2015 Cloud UC Predictions

      The strongest growth segment for UC has been cloud UC. 2015 is poised to deliver more of the same strong growth, due to several trends and opportunities I predict will become reality. Here are my 2015 cloud UC predictions.

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    15. BYOD brings corporate contradictions

      BYOD brings corporate contradictions

      During a roundtable discussion on the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend, a tech leader candidly offered this bit of real-world insight: "My wife is a nurse. There is no BYOD policy at the hospital. But all of the nurses communicate with each other via SMS, because that's the most efficient way to do their job."

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