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February 2018

  The European Union’s (EU’s) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) goes into effect on May 25. If your enterprise mobility effort plans to lock program data down with GDPR, consider Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) the key to your company’s next-generation security. As businesses incorporate mobile technology into an increasing number of everyday workflows and processes, keeping employee devices and data safe will become more important than ever. That’s where UEM enters the equation…

Enterprise mobility is a complicated, intricately interwoven set of processes and tasks. While each company handles program management differently, there are a few basics that, if handled effectively, maximise employee safety and overall success. Much like an airline pilot needs to complete a pre-flight checklist to ensure safe passage, mobility program managers need to make sure their complex technology operates safely and effectively as well. Does your enterprise mobility effort check off all the following boxes?    

  With 70% of the population predicted to be using smartphones by 2020, there’s no slowing down the advent of new technologies. These developments are also pushing traditional industries to rethink how they do business. At the crux of this shift are IT management and Line of Business (LoB). The initiatives of these two departments often lack alignment due to their siloed nature within traditional business frameworks. LoB goals move the business forward by focusing on customers and how to best serve them to increase revenues. At times, this push means having the newest technology available. Meanwhile, IT’s goal is to support the enterprise at the lowest cost possible. At times, these initiatives are in competition (at best) or at odds (at worst).