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January 2012 - Posts

IBM Tivoli goes BYOD

As we recently have seen with Juniper Pulse, LANDesk Mobility Manager and Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM 2012) the larger management solutions are slowly coming around to also support multi-platform mobile devices. This clearly shows the mainstream of mobile devices in the large enterprise environments.

They tend not to have all the bell and whistles in the beginning, but I wonder what the current MDM market leaders think long term..

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Mobile Device Management in 2012: More Challenges, More Opportunities

chat A quick plug for an article on this topic that was published yesterday at the Enterprise Systems Journal and in their newsletter..

I wrote about 4 simple, yet strong predictions, that for many are already underway, but for others perhaps only starting and needs to be highlighted:

2012 Mobile Prediction #1: The era of BYOD begins
2012 Mobile Prediction #2: The media tablet gains prominence
2012 Mobile Prediction #3: The array of mobile device applications grows more diverse
2012 Mobile Prediction #4: Mobile devices and MDM evolve

What are your opinions about what is occurring today and in the near future?