According to the 2012 ECAR Study of Undergraduate Students and Information Technology, 86 percent of college student own a laptop. 62 percent of undergrads own smartphones and 15 percent own tablets, according to the same survey. Maybe that’s why 85 percent of education institutions currently allow some form of BYOD according to recent survey by [...]

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6 Myths About BYOD

by Team M5 on May 31, 2013

write my essay for me Chances are you’ve heard a lot of talk about BYOD. Some of it is based in reality; some of it is just IT “experts” and MDM perpetuating myths. Sometimes myths are funny, other times they’re just stupidity running rampant. We’ll leave it up for you to decide which of these [...]

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Infographic: Contractor Autonomy – No Strings Attached!

The temporary access contractors need to corporate network, data, and applications, requires IT to impose hefty security measures. However, IT must balance security with end-user productivity on the devices they desire to use. Check out the infographic below to see how IT currently balances the two for the contract workforce! paper writings zp8497586rq Embed This [...]

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Infographic Friday: Liberate & Secure Your Mobile Workforce

IT is stuck in the middle of needing to secure critical corporate data, apps, networks and end-users wanting to use the latest devices to be more productive in their day-to-day work. This balancing act is breaking the backs of IT and legacy solutions… buying glasses online To see how IT is currently attempting this balance, [...]

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TechTarget and Tools Journal Discuss MokaFive as a Solution for Mobile Information Management and BYOD Deployment

If you’ve spent the last few years sequestered in an office writing on a typewriter and waiting for your rotary phone to ring, you might have missed the introduction of the BYOD trend and the dramatic effect of mobility on how people do business today. For those of us not suck in the Mad Men [...]

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Replaced: VMware ACE is Out – MokaFive’s Enterprise AnyWare Solution is In

If you’ve been holding on to VMware ACE since VMware quietly mentioned that they were ending the product’s availability, it’s time to stop living in 2011. As you’re likely already aware, VMware announced that they will discontinue support and maintenance of the ACE product later this year. (That’s right, you only have 236 days—give or [...]

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BYOD is a Force You Can’t Stop

For anyone who thought BYO was simply nothing but an IT fad or a cheap way to throw a party, Gartner has some new news for you: “38% of companies will stop issuing company-owned devices by the year 2016.”  That’s a pretty big number, but with the proliferation of mobile devices into popular society, I [...]

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Your Best Alternative to VDI: Client-side Virtualization

Although VDI has been touted as the most economical, efficient way to manage desktop, server-side solutions pose serious drawbacks—including massive infrastructure investment, huge data-center power bills, and the need for ample bandwidth and high Internet speeds. What if your organization could confer the benefits of VDI at a much lower cost than server-based options? (Spoiler: [...]

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PMS? You Don't Want It!

In a recent article published by TechTarget’s Gabe Knuth, he introduces Parallels Management Suite for SCCM as a solution to Mac Management in the Enterprise.  Managing Macs for use in an enterprise environment is no small feat.  Security is easily the number one concern when employees start bringing in personal Macs to use for work, [...]

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Four Enterprise Verticals Choosing Android Over iOS and Why

Evidence to date has been conclusive that Apple’s mobile operating system tends to dominate the enterprise. However, according to a recent report by Citrix, there are four industries where Android dominates: communication services, healthcare, transportation, and non-profit. So, what makes these industries different from other enterprise verticals? What aspects of these devices are being considered [...]

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