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8 Key Enterprise Mobile Device Management Concerns and How BlackBerry Responds New

8 Key Enterprise Mobile Device Management Concerns and How BlackBerry Responds New

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Balancing personal and business needs o today’s mobile workorcecan be daunting. Users demand access while the business requiressecurity. It is up to inormation technology (IT) and managementto establish the proper standards, so that all parties get what theywant. However, IT needs to have the proper technologies in placeto make this a reality. Research in Motion’s (RIM’s) BlackBerryPlayBook™ OS 2.0 can help.Here is how BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 allows the workorce,once and or all, to juggle today’s enterprise demands and establishharmony between security and usability.
What end-user needs should IT departments acknowledgeand consider or mobile computing in the enterprise? _________________3What are some business considerations or mobile computingthat CIOs should be thinking about? _______________________________3How can the ree upgrade to BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0assist enterprises to balance business and personal requestsor mobile computing? _________________________________________4My business is already running the BlackBerry Enterprise Server.What do I have to do to incorporate BlackBerry Mobile Fusioninto my environment? _________________________________________4Does BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 support ERP, Citrix,and related business applications? _______________________________4How does BlackBerry Mobile Fusion centrally manageBlackBerry PlayBook and other mobile devices? _____________________5What role does BlackBerry Balance play in enterprisesthat support a “bring your own device” (BYOD) model? ________________5What are some advantages o BlackBerry Mobile Fusionversus other mobile device management solutions? ___________________5
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WHAT END-USER NEEDS SHOULD IT DEPARTMENTS ACKNOWLEDGEAND CONSIDER FOR MOBILE COMPUTING IN THE ENTERPRISE?It is easy or IT proessionals to get caught up in the technical details. Enterprisemobile computing is more than just keeping the hardware running and lockingdown mobile devices. Looking at the business rom the perspective o users,empathizing with their needs, and ultimately acilitating their work is the bestway to ensure conditions are made better by IT.End-users expect ull access to all their emails, calendars, and contactswithout having to use multiple devices. They want to display and edit les(e.g. Word processing documents, spreadsheets, and PDFs). End-users alsowant to be able to give ad-hoc presentations when meeting with customersand business partners.The general expectation is i something can be done on a traditional workstation,why can it not be done on a phone or tablet? This means users want to be ableto do all available unctions on their Web browsers, as well as have ull accessto business applications like customer relationship management (CRM) andenterprise resource planning (ERP). Most importantly, users are using theirmobile devices or personal needs and or business needs. It is ultimately upto IT to make this happen in a way that is secure or the enterprise.WHAT ARE SOME BUSINESS CONSIDERATIONSFOR MOBILE COMPUTING THAT CIOS SHOULD BE THINKING ABOUT?More exists to mobile computing in the enterprise than simple convenience.With mobile devices having more computing power than recent desktop PCs,having access to business systems and applications anytime and anywhere,is now the expectation. Given the mobility actor, it is critical or IT andmanagement to know that data is properly secured along the way.Device deployment and management are key. Proessionals in the ITenvironment do not want more headaches brought about by mobile devices thatcannot be adequately managed. Whether a physical device, typical businessapplications (apps), or management sotware, IT must be able to establish andmaintain visibility and control to ensure user requirements are met and data iskept secure. This necessitates being able to setup and push out IT policies andenterprise applications as desired without the technology platorm getting in theway. It also requires supporting a “bring your own device” (BYOD) model withoutnegatively impacting the user’s experience. 3 pg

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