Issue OverviewIT in Europe - May 2012
In this month's IT in Europe e-zine, we try to give a helping hand with articles examining the strategies and technologies that will help meet users' bring-your-own-device (BYOD) demands and maintain the right balance between flexibility and security. Also inside: With smartphones being used by more and more employees, IT teams are turning to MDMs to keep their data secure. Learn about whether or not this is a sound practice. Get expert advice, tips, best practices and more in our latest issue. Access >>>
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Consumerisation of IT: How to strategise enterprise device management
by Clive Longbottom, Contributor
Amid the rising consumerisation of IT, the traditional “one-size-fits-all” strategy can fail. IT must develop an open approach to consumerisation of devices and use VDI.
- Consumerisation of IT: How to strategise enterprise device management by Clive Longbottom, Contributor
Taking control of smartphone proliferation while avoiding user anarchy
by Ron Condon, UK Bureau Chief
With smartphone proliferation raging through companies, IT teams are turning to MDMs to keep corporate data safe. Are current MDMs up to the task?
European river managers delve into new knowledge management system
by Brian McKenna, News and Site Editor
The UK’s Environment Agency has procured a semantic wiki based knowledge management (KM) system to aid river restoration across Europe.
- Taking control of smartphone proliferation while avoiding user anarchy by Ron Condon, UK Bureau Chief
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