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Ojas Rege | September 15, 2015
Rethink CIO: Mobile Exposes Weaknesses

Want to know where your Wi-Fi infrastructure is weak? Deploy 1,000 iPads. Want to...

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Ryan Faas | September 10, 2015

Three ways iOS 9 is significant for the enterprise

iOS 9 features a number of enhancements that are sure to please enterprise IT professionals as well as new productivity capabilities that are likely to make users...

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Ryan Faas | September 1, 2015

A modern security strategy requires agility and user partnership

The traditional security perimeter is quickly fading away as data moves to mobile devices, cloud services,...

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Ojas Rege | August 25, 2015
MobileIron Minute: The TCO of App Modernization

Many organizations view employee privacy, especially in the context of...

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Ryan Faas | August 5, 2015
IT leadership remains crucial when non-IT stakeholders make tech decisions

I spent much of last month talking about what the transformation that CIOs and IT departments need to make over the next five...

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Ryan Faas | July 28, 2015

Driving the culture shift towards the successful IT department of 2020

Over the past few weeks, I’ve spoken a lot about what the successful IT department of five years from now...

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Ojas Rege | July 23, 2015
MobileIron Minute: The TCO of App Modernization

The Charles Dickens classic A Tale of Two Cities begins with the words...

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Ryan Faas | July 21, 2015

A Five Year Plan for Building the IT Organization of the Future

In a Mobile First world, the relationship between IT and the rest of an organization differs significantly from the traditional model that has existed for decades. I...

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Ryan Faas | July 16, 2015

CIO core competencies in 2020

Mobile and cloud are fundamentally reshaping enterprise computing. They have already changed the overall relationship between IT and the rest of an organization. Shadow IT has become both a...

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Ryan Faas | July 14, 2015

Trust Gap 2015

In a Mobile First world, the role of IT shifts from being the sole arbiter of workplace technology to being a trusted advisor to executives, managers, and individual employees. The ease and ubiquity of mobile...

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