Phil Redman, Citrix’s vice president of mobile solutions strategy, talks about users’ device choices and the ramifications for IT. Redman, a former Gartner analyst, also offers a peek behind the curtain of the MDM Magic Quadrant.
As we count down the days to Connect, AirWatch’s annual user conference, CEO John Marshall joins us to talk about evolution and competition in the mobile device management market. Also: Jack and Colin bid a fond farewell to James Furbush, who’s moving on from SearchConsumerization.com.
Apple iOS 7 is coming to an iPhone or iPad near you, bringing with it lots of major enterprise management features. Jack, Colin and James Furbush chat about these features and how they’ll affect IT’s approach to enterprise mobility management.
Conference season is upon us, and that means there’s no shortage of news to talk about. James Furbush shares what he learned at BlackBerry Live, while Jack Madden and Colin Steele discuss the mobility announcements from Citrix Synergy.
Samsung continues to add enterprise features to its mobile devices, further distancing itself from the rest of the Android pack — and maybe, at some point, from Android altogether. James Furbush and Gabe Knuth join Jack and Colin to talk about SAFE and KNOX, as well as the future of email clients and mobile management standards.
VMware Horizon Suite is finally on its way, but without several important pieces — most noticeably, Horizon Mobile for iOS and Android. VMware’s Ben Goodman explains the reasons for Horizon’s numerous delays and shares what you can do with the product now.
The company formerly known as Research In Motion unveiled BlackBerry 10 and two new devices. Jack, Colin and James Furbush debate BlackBerry’s consumer-first approach and what it means for enterprise customers.