Clickipedia’s Week in Review – June 15, 2012
Welcome back to Clickipedia’s Week in Review. What’s new this week in Enterprise Mobility and Mobile Workforce Management?
- This week all eyes were on Apple with the introduction of iOS 6. Gil Bouhnick takes a look at the 10 key new features and PCWorld compares iOS 6, Android and Windows
- In other enterprise mobility news, Eric Lai breaks down What Enterprises Should Take Away from IDC’s Latest Smartphone OS Forecast, noting that multiple platforms are here to stay, and enterprises must use data management tools for all platforms.
- There continues to be dueling opinions when it comes to today’s hottest IT buzzword, BYOD. The Wall Street Journal talks to Wells Fargo CIO Jim Spicer about the company’s decision to not allow BYOD, and his findings that “employees aren’t busting down the door for BYOD.”
- Meanwhile, Ken Hess implores us to bring BYOD out of the shadows and into the workplace.
- AT&T likely sees BYOD less a passing fad and more the wave of the future, as the company introduced a toggle service for creating work-only sectors of Android phones is expanding to Apple iOS and will let workers put their work-related data usage on a separate account.
- Kevin Benedict talks to Gil Bouhnick about enterprise app stores, and the future of enterprise mobility.
Categories:Workforce Management Trends