Executive Enterprise Mobility: Report by Apperian

By Swarna Podila | 6/28/15 2:00 PM

Enterprise Mobility is currently at a pivotal state where enterprises are moving away from the legacy mindset of IT as the gatekeeper to a more sophisticated approach of IT as a business enabler. Enterprise IT's focus has shifted away from trying to lock down mobile devices to providing mobile business apps that the users will actually love to use! 

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DeviceLine Radio: Scott Michaels On Creating Secure Enterprise Apps

By Robert Vamosi | 5/2/13 10:23 PM

My guest today is Scott Michaels, Software Vice President at Atimi. Atimi has been creating mobile apps since before the mobile existed. They were the company that created apps on the original iPhone so that Steve Jobs had something to hold up when he debuted the phone. I asked Scott what some of the challenges his company faces when creating apps. But first I asked him to give a little more detail about Atimi.

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DeviceLine Radio: Joe Schumacher On The Security Of The Mobile Cloud Ecosystem

By Robert Vamosi | 4/18/13 10:00 PM

My guest today is Joe Schumacher, security consultant at Neohapsis, a company with strong focus on mobile and cloud security. Second to cloud computing, which has long been the buzz among enterprises, is enterprise mobility. And the two are related. For example Schumacher says that many Fortune 500 employees are using Dropbox, but many Fortune 500 companies don't know that. That's a case where mobile and cloud converge—so who's handling the security there? We also talk about mobile threats, and what's really being seen out there as opposed to what's theoretical.

You can hear the full conversation, along with a recap of this week’s news here.

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Gartner Preaches App Shielding For Enterprises

By Robert Vamosi | 4/15/13 2:04 AM

In an emerging technology analysis, Gartner is called for the rise of App Shielding for enterprises.

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Sixty Percent Of Enterprises Have BYOD

By Robert Vamosi | 4/11/13 8:57 AM

According to a new report, 60 percent of enterprises surveyed already have BYOD.

FierceMobile reports that a new CompTIA survey shows that 58 percent of the enterprises have a mix of corporate-liable and individual-liable devices, while one third still mandate which devices employees use. In only 8 percent did enterprises require employees to provide their own phone.

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Mocana Extends Lead In Enterprise Mobile App Security

By Mocana | 4/9/13 2:00 AM

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., April 9, 2013 – Mocana, the app security leader, today extended its lead with new app-shielding features in the latest version of the company’s Mobile App Protection™ (MAP) solution. Mocana MAP 2.4.2 includes new app-level capabilities for access and authentication, secure communications, data protection, and contextual usage which enhance corporations’ ability to secure the confidential data of their enterprise mobile apps on managed and unmanaged Android™ and iOS devices. The new capabilities offer additional connectivity options to make it easier to integrate with existing network infrastructures, enhanced data sharing between secured apps for an improved user experience, and BYOD enablement for compliance-driven markets.

“Mocana invented app wrapping technology, and today’s announcement demonstrates our ongoing commitment to delivering real-world app security that allows companies to mobilize their business processes in transformative ways,” said Kurt Stammberger, CISSP and vice president of market development at Mocana. “For example, airlines have been looking to replace pilots’ heavy flight bags with iPads running customized applications, but securing those apps has been a roadblock. With solutions like MAP, airlines can move ahead and securely mobilize that flight bag while realizing non-trivial operational and fuel-cost savings.”

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Inspector General Casts Doubt On Military's BYOD

By Robert Vamosi | 4/3/13 3:46 AM

The US Inspector General is casting doubt on the US Military's BYOD policies.

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Samsung KNOX Powered By Mocana's VPN Technology

By Mocana | 4/1/13 10:14 PM

SAN FRANCISCO, April 2, 2013 – Mocana, the mobile security leader, today announced that Samsung has integrated Mocana's KeyVPN(TM) product into Samsung's new KNOX security solution that addresses the mobile security needs of enterprise IT. KeyVPN's multi-VPN technology enables the Samsung KNOX solution to segregate and secure corporate data, addressing the growing trend of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) in global enterprises.

"Mocana is a trusted technology partner for enterprise security. With Mocana's VPN technology, Samsung KNOX enterprise customers can have a high level of confidence in the security of their data-in-motion," said Dr. Injong Rhee, Senior Vice President, Technology Strategy Group at Samsung Electronics.

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DeviceLine Radio: Philippe Winthrop On Enterprise Mobility

By Robert Vamosi | 3/7/13 9:09 PM

My guest this week is Philippe Winthrop (@biz_mobility), vice president of corporate strategy at Veliq. He is also the founder of the Enterprise Mobility Foundation, which calls itself a global community builder and evangelist for showcasing the value of successfully deploying and managing mobility solutions within organizations in the public and private sector. They recently published a paper entitled Five Predictions for Enterprise Mobility in 2013, which we talk about.

You can hear the full conversation, along with a recap of this week’s news here.

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NSA Experimenting With BYOD

By Robert Vamosi | 2/27/13 5:37 AM

The U.S. Government would like to move toward mobile, but is taking cautious steps at first, says one researcher.

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