Mobile computing goes into the air

Mobile Device Access and Use Policy

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As applications go mobile security becomes more of an issue

Every organization needs to identify and develop mobile security policies to be deployed which will provide adequate protection.

Author: Victor Janulaitis

M. Victor Janulaitis is the CEO of Janco Associates. He has taught at the USC Graduate School of Business, been a guest lecturer at the UCLA's Anderson School of Business, a Graduate School at Harvard University, and several other universities in various programs.

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  1. As you begin to build and deploy mobile apps, you’ll quickly discover that your development teams need to frequently deliver new versions and updates 8-12 times/year or more. Mobile performance management provides an essential feedback loop to guide the course of your updates.

    By collecting historical, operational, and real-time data across technical, engagement, and business-aligned metrics, you can pinpoint the exact issues, gain insight into how many users were affected, prioritize new features, and repair defects.

  2. The face of mobile computing has changed significantly over the past few years with the advent of smart phones, tablets, and other mobile devices. Yet for employees who really need to get their work done from wherever, whenever, there are few substitutions for the laptop PC. The versatility, dependability, and robustness that laptops offer means that these PCs will be workhorses for years to come. However, to get the most out of laptops, IT departments need to make sure they run as smoothly as possible, offer end-user flexibility without sacrificing control, and are easy to maintain.

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