Opportunity Knox: Managing a fleet of devices

Mobile device use is not a new fad or trend for government workers, who have been using smartphones on the...

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Opportunity Knox: More secure, zero-touch enrollment

Think about how IT professionals used to set up and assemble computers: they configured hardware, booted machines, and when prompted,...

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Opportunity Knox: Flexibility and defence-grade security

The Government of Canada’s Information Technology Strategic Plan 2016-2020 lays out policies and procedures required to mitigate the risk of...

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BlackBerry outsources smartphone business

The highlight of BlackBerry’s last quarter was its announcement that it would stop making smartphones directly. The media was all...

October 5th, 2016 Chris Lau

The CIO’s Guide to EMM

The CIO’s Guide to EMM

Mobility is reaching at an inflection point in enterprise. Not long ago, many organizations looked at it as an isolated...

September 22nd, 2016 IT World Canada Team

Expect enterprises to adopt BlackBerry’s BES 12 for device management

Since releasing BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 (“BES 10”) in 2013, BlackBerry reported light sales for the Mobile Device Management server...

September 12th, 2016 Chris Lau

Does BlackBerry ending the classic device make sense?  

BlackBerry fans are in an uproar over the company’s decision to wind down the Classic. “Change is necessary,” they say....

July 11th, 2016 Chris Lau

Why Microsoft quitting mobile is “nonsense”

After failing to grow market share, Microsoft cut up to 1,850 jobs on May 25 and will recognize USD $950...

June 8th, 2016 Chris Lau

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Mobile device management goes broader, more application focused

The Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) phenomenon has quickly gone from emerging trend to par for the course in most organizations, but the...

January 26th, 2016 Gary Hilson