In some cases, mobile application management functionality is delivered in standalone MAM platforms. In others, it comes as a module in a broader suite of services. In either case, the tasks MAM performs are vital.
How is 2019 shaping up? Not surprisingly, it is destined to present a characteristically scary array of potential problems in mobile enterprise security.
Consumers and enterprises have been hearing a lot about 5G for a few years. The development curve has accelerated.
The FTC got involved in litigation at the request of Apple and Intel, which could backfire on them. The effect on Qualcomm and the smartphone market may not be what they intended.
Mobile device management (MDM) is a major element of the fight to secure devices and there are many ambitious options in the MDM sector.
Mobile device management (MDM) deals with the basics of securing devices. It was the first response once the mobile ecosystem figured out that people were doing real work with real data from mobile devices. MDM is a foundational element of security mobility.
We are reaching a critical stage for autonomous cars. They are going into broad trials and will soon start appearing in production. BlackBerry Jarvis addresses security problems.
The development of standards is difficult even under the best of conditions. In the world of 5G, the going is even harder because it involves a good deal of new science.
It remains to be seen if cooperation or competition prevail in small cell placement.
5G offers services in well understood lower frequencies as well as truly cutting edge mmWave bands. The testing will move forward and overlap the days when 5G will be generating revenues.
There is good news in that KRACK, according to the experts, is not too difficult to fix.