Excerpts from the article I wrote for CNME, CPI Dubai. One of the widely read web / print publication in all of Middle East. Please find the entire article here: http://www.cnmeonline.com/network-world/gearing-up-for-mobility/
Gearing up for mobility – Is Middle East ready to cope with the largest trend shift in Mobile data traffic yet?
With the mobility paradigm shift, what are the implications enterprises will have on their day-to-day activities?
1) Larger number of devices to monitor
2) Providing security, tackling external threats
3) Ensuring internal data passes through high voltage security management system
4) Data loss from missing mobiles
5) Tackling Unauthorized access
6) Barring Unencrypted communication
Enterprises now have a choice: a) Move away from traditional and expensive business models offered by Big 4 that lack innovation and has complex integrations. b) Stop depending on independent point products that has no integration and sustainability or c) shift to a comprehensive IT Enterprise software that offers integrated value, cost effective price points and single-point solution. With IT spending soaring, Enterprises better be vigilant as to whether such spending is utilized in the highest optimal way.
To offer an all-inclusive solution to address the mobility trend, IT Enterprise Software Company ManageEngine has rolled out Desktop Central, which, with the help of its MDM capabilities, enables enterprises perform mobile device management to configure and secure their mobile devices from a central place. It simplifies the work of administrators by making them perform both desktop management and mobile device management using a single console. … (Read More from the CNME website)
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