Guest Post Many companies have begun to embrace the concept of BYOD. But there’s still a lot of work to be done.
Armor5, a startup launching today, addresses BYOD — “bring your own device,” or workers who use their devices, not the company’s — without requiring software installation on a mobile phone or tablet.
MobileSpaces pulls in $3 million from Accel Partners to scale its mobile workspace, which segregates personal and professional applications, and keeps your data safe.
Guest Post If you haven’t already heard of the bring-your-own-device trend, then get ready, because you’re going to be hearing more and more about it over the coming year. What’s more, this trend isn’t just a matter of employees wanting to use their own tablets and smartphones at work; they want to bring the social apps they’re familiar with into the enterprise too.
IBM announced its own “bring your own device” manager today, as well as its most recent acquisition, Worklight, which helps companies focus on developing applications for multiple operating systems.