Good Apps, Bad Apps – The ROI of Creating Exceptional Mobile Moments

Since smartphones launched in 2007, their number has surpassed the 1.5 billion mark — equivalent to nearly one-quarter of the world’s population. The convenience and control afforded by the smartphone and its cousin, the tablet, have changed what we expect and want in mobile: experiences driven by our individual context that delight us as employees and consumers. Forrester calls this the “mobile mind shift.” Successful applications build relationships with customers, while unsuccessful applications waste resources and turn customers away. It has never been more critical for companies to get it right the first time. Download this paper to learn about the key findings from Forrester's August 2014 mobile app study.
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Mobilize your Corporate Content and Apps

In this white paper, you will learn how to:

- Enable secure mobile access to corporate data without an on-device VPN
- Mobilixe SharePoint, Windows File Share and al your intranet sites
- Protect sensitive corporate data with robust security polices and DLP controls
- Provide mobile access without requiring changes to your network or firewall security configuration
- Allow users to collaborate at anytime, anywhere, from their personal devices

Read on to learn more about how you can give your employees access to resources behind the firewall while securing your data with authorization, encryption and containerization policies.

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How to Implement a Strong BYOD Policy

While smartphones and other devices made their debut in the consumer landscape, these tools have emerged as a powerful force for the business world as well. From flexible working arrangements to seamless transitions while completing tasks in multiple locations, digital gadgets bring game-changing opportunities for enterprises. This whitepaper outlines basic steps to creating a BYOD plan that balances security with convenience and usability.

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Sept conseils pour créer une entreprise imbattable Stratégie de mobilité

La mobilité d’entreprise va bien au-delà du principe BYOD (« Bring Your Own Device »), autrement dit, « apportez votre propre appareil ». Les organisations avant-gardistes adoptent des stratégies de mobilité qui concilient le besoin de connections transparentes pour les employés et les clients avec la nécessité d’offrir une infrastructure souple et sécurisée. Même si vous ne pouvez pas anticiper tout ce que la mobilité va apporter comme changement à votre métier dans 3, 5 ou 10 ans, vous pouvez dès aujourd’hui suivre 7 conseils pour développer une stratégie de mobilité à l’échelle de l’entreprise, afin d’accélérer la transformation et d’être prêt à relever les défis de demain. Téléchargez l’ebook.
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Smart Containerization

Découvrez dans ce livre blanc une technologie unique de gestion des caractéristiques de sécurité, de performances, de conformité et de support de tout type de périphérique, d’application, de contenu ou de courriel, qui préserve la qualité de l’expérience utilisateur mobile.
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Considérations clés en matière d’authentification pour votre stratégie mobile

Le besoin d’authentification mobile atteint sa masse critique. Comme la mobilité est de plus en plus souvent considérée comme le nouveau visage de l’engagement client, les entreprises répondent par une augmentation du nombre d’applications mobiles. Avec pour enjeu la fidélité des clients et pour contexte une concurrence toujours plus féroce, de plus en plus d’entreprises augmentent les budgets et les efforts consacrés au développement d’applications mobiles. Elles espèrent ainsi pouvoir non seulement améliorer leur capacité à impliquer les clients, mais également tirer parti d’un modèle métier moins onéreux. Découvrez dans ce guide les considérations clés en matière d’authentification pour votre stratégie mobile.
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File Security Evolution: From 5 Years Ago to Today (with a Hint at Tomorrow)

This whitepaper examines the "Bring Your Own Device" (BYOD) movement, from carrying around a floppy disk to today's "cloud" services. This paper explains that employees may not be aware that their file transfer methods can cause a risk to security. Ways to ensure that employees can securely send files without risking corporate data security and what that dangers are with BYOD transfers are also discussed. The paper concludes with a description of how companies can ensure data security and how Globalscape's secure file transfer products meet and exceed that need.

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Four Key Trends Impacting Mobile Infrastructure Strategy

As mobile technology evolves, it’s bringing rapid change to enterprises everywhere, so it’s essential to know the latest trends and how to build on them to create real business benefits. Read this analyst report to get expert insight into how you can benefit from key mobile trends, and details on how IBM MobileFirst services can help you achieve a sustainable competitive advantage.
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Accelerate Mobile App development with a Cloud Based Mobile Application Services Platform

Enterprises adopt mobile application platforms to help develop and deliver a portfolio of mobile applications systematically. Today’s new crop of easily consumable cloud based mobile services is also changing the way in which apps are developed and maintained. Together, this one-two combination gives dev teams access to a robust tool set provided by a platform while tapping into a myriad of functional and content services available via the cloud.

Attend this webcast to learn how you can accelerate mobile app development through the integration of cloud-based APIs and a mobile application platform to power, secure and integrate your mobile applications.

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Security Technologies for Mobile and BYOD

Businesses today are faced with the almost insurmountable task of complying with a confusing array of laws and regulations relating to data privacy and security. These can come from a variety of sources: local, state, national, and, even, international law makers. This is not just a problem for big businesses. Even a small business with a localized geographic presence may be subject to laws from other states and, possibly, other nations by virtue of having a presence on the internet.

In many instances, these laws and regulations are vague and ambiguous, with little specific guidance as to compliance. Worse yet, the laws of different jurisdictions may be, and frequently are, conflicting. One state or country may require security measures that are entirely different from those of another state or country. Reconciling all of these legal obligations can be, at best, a full time job and, at worst, the subject of fines, penalties, and lawsuits.

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Becoming a Mobile Enterprise: Business Imperatives that Drive Mobile Strategy

More than ever, businesses today need to be responsive to changing conditions, act quickly on new business opportunities, and improve customer service. To accomplish these objectives, many organizations are turning to the benefits offered by increased mobility. However, taking a “mobile first” approach requires new thinking to address the challenges mobility can introduce. Specifically, it brings new platform, application development, access, data protection, and security challenges.

A recent survey of IT professionals conducted by Slashdot Media asked four key questions about businesses’ plans for mobility and the key factors when undertaking a mobile strategy. Register now to see the results of that survey.

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Nine Essentials to Create Amazing Business Applications Faster

Our global marketplace today is a dynamic, interconnected and highly competitive arena, one where enterprises of every size struggle to win revenue share and new customers. Organizations that understand how to harness technology so they can quickly innovate, be more productive and efficient are well-positioned to gain new pieces of the pie. Technology has not only profoundly changed our professional lives, but our personal lives as well. The ubiquity of mobile devices and social media gives us an addictive, always-on capability.
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Buyer’s Checklist for Mobile Application Platforms

As part of your research into Mobile Application Platforms, you can use this Buyer’s Checklist in two ways:

• To help identify the key Platform capabilities you require to be able to extend your enterprise to mobile devices.

To easily compare the key capabilities of IBM’s Worklight against other options under consideration.

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A Mobile Application Development Primer

As enterprises realize the need for mobile versions of their business applications, there is a need for an enterprise-class approach to mobile app development. This paper describes best practices for collaborative software lifecycle management for mobile business applications development.
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