Survey: Mobile Enterprise Report
BYOD is creating new challenges for IT. The top two sources of frustration were onboarding and then supporting the increasing number and variety of personal devices, far outranking even security concerns. This survey found that 57 percent of IT Managers are concerned about rising mobility costs and feeling frustration and loss of control over Bring Your Own Device (BYOD). The survey also found that IT is increasingly losing control of mobility budgets as departments assume greater responsibility for mobile initiatives.
Docs@Work: DLP and Secure Access for Mobile Content
Docs@Work solves the core content challenge for Mobile IT: Provide a great mobile user experience without sacrificing document security. MobileIron is the only Mobile IT platform to provide secure access and data loss prevention controls across content from both enterprise email and SharePoint.
Real-World Scale for Mobile IT: Nine Core Performance Requirements
As the leader in Mobile IT, MobileIron has worked with hundreds of Global 2000 companies to scale their mobile deployments. This experience has identified nine core performance requirements for real-world scale in large mobile enterprises. Download our Mobile IT Scale whitepaper to understand and implement these requirements.
This white paper provides a guide to getting started with Android mobile devices in the enterprise. Featured topics include an overview of the Android platform, software releases and getting applications, as well as core functionality, including storage, backup and restore, USB ports, and security.
Mitigating the Risk of Mobile Data Loss on iOS
For Secure Enterprise Mobility it’s critical to mitigate risk and demonstrate compliance. Using iOS and MobileIron, these best practices are essential to integrate into existing data security initiatives. These steps are deployed with the current production release of MobileIron and iOS 5 smartphones and tablets.
FINRA Guidance for Mobile Deployments (United States)
FINRA, the United States securities regulator, has provided guidance over the last several years on the use of BYOD and social media in the financial services industry. This paper summarizes how MobileIron security enforcement, app policies, and mobile device management controls can be integrated into a FINRA compliance process.