At their latest Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) this past summer, Apple announced several new features in their soon-to-be-released iOS 15, noting an emphasis on communication changes and on-device intelligence. For this article we will focus on the new enterprise features, allowing easier and more advanced management of end-user devices while simultaneously improving the end-user experience and privacy.
Rumored to have a September 8th release date, Android 11 introduces some great improvements for end-users, like wireless Android Auto support for all Android devices, chat bubbles, etc. But Android 11 has also implemented some major changes and restrictions to enhance user privacy that need to be considered from an enterprise perspective to ensure a smooth transition and maintain security and control.
Some life changes occur so slowly and incrementally that we scarcely notice them happening. As parents, for example, we only dimly sense the gradual knitting together of neurons that enable our children to progress from crawling to walking. Other life changes occur so suddenly and swiftly that we have little time to fully absorb their implications. Such is the case with the COVID-19 pandemic, which is forcing many organizations to confront critical gaps in their digital workplace strategies and...
Dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic can be extremely stressful for both employees and the employer. The influx of employees working from home can create several challenges for the enterprise. How do you enable employees who are not used to working remote? How do you quickly give them the tools and applications to securely access corporate data? How can you be sure your corporate data is secure?