Smart@work Blog


Tomas Vetrovsky | April 29, 2015
Windows 10 for Enterprise

This week at the BUILD conference, Microsoft shared details of Windows 10 features for business customers. Many IT professionals are starting to realize just how big the new Windows 10 capability and security enhancements will be. This is why, at MobileIron, we have been so excited about the launch.

MobileIron has been working with Microsoft for over a year on the planning,...

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Brett Belding | April 24, 2015
The Morning Routine for Gen M

I am a proud member of a new generation of people -- Generation M. People like me are typically 18-34 year old males (I've aged out, unfortunately) or those who have children under 18 (I have two beautiful daughters).  Gen M people, like me, tend to blend work activities and personal activities throughout the day, and we use a variety of mobile technologies to do so.  This is not to...

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Josh Sirota | April 7, 2015
AT&T Work Platform and MobileIron

The new AT&T Work Platform adds a new dimension to MobileIron’s own EMM platform, and we’re really excited about it. Adding to MobileIron’s existing ability to secure and manage corporate apps and data on a user’s personal (BYOD) device...

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Carl Spataro | March 27, 2015
Texas case on BYOD

A recent Texas case holds several simple but important lessons for implementing BYOD (mobile) policies for employers and employees alike. In Rajaee v Design Tech Homes et al., (Dist. Court, SD Texas, 2014...

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Alexander Romero | February 25, 2015
Before and After Android for Work

App Deployment Before Android™ for Work

Secure app deployment has been the biggest obstacle for enterprises looking to add Android to their BYOD environment. Before the release of Android for Work, IT could install apps on an Android device in just one of three ways, all of which have...

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Michael Ashley | January 7, 2015

Guest post from: Michael Ashley, Accellion

By 2017 there are expected to be 4.4 billion mobile app users worldwide. Despite the fact that many of us are using mobile devices as often, or more often, than desktop devices, most of the software solutions being developed and...

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Ojas Rege | September 2, 2014
BYOD Reimbursement

In August 2014, the California Court of Appeals ruled that if employees must use their personal cell phones for business, their employers should reimburse them for a reasonable amount of the resulting mobile expense.  

Here are the details of the ruling:...

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Ojas Rege | March 27, 2014
Mobile Landscape in Financial Services

In March 2014, the Ponemon Institute published a study with far-ranging implications for the future of IT in the financial services industry. The study, called “The Changing Mobile Landscape in Financial Services,” surveyed...

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Josh Sirota | February 10, 2014

Last week, I responded to the Wall Street Journal’s idea that BYOD is dangerous for end...

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Josh Sirota | January 24, 2014

This week, the Wall Street Journal ran an article that basically scares people away from using their smartphone at work, citing anecdotes about people losing all of their personal data on their phone without warning after they left the company.  The article says that employers who have a BYOD program...

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