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Your mobile management in our hands

Posted by Paul Storey | 27 Aug 2015, 15:13 PM

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The increase in popularity of BYOD has brought with it a new set of challenges for businesses concerning the management of mobile fleets. In his latest blog, Paul Storey, Head of Telephony, explains how Redcentric's recently launched mobile management service can make the process of maintaining your mobile fleet a lot easier.

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Shadow IT in the Public Sector: Chasing your shadow

Posted by Mark Hall | 29 Jul 2015, 09:52 AM

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Along with the growth in popularity of technologies like the cloud and BYOD within the workplace, there has come a need for the understanding of these technologies to reach further than just your IT department. In this blog, Mark Hall looks at the growth of self-provisioning IT or 'Shadow IT' and how IT departments within the public sector need to be able to manage it.

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Blurred lines – who owns the data on your mobile phone?

Posted by Richard Allgate | 20 Oct 2014, 15:37 PM

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Redcentric’s mobile specialist, Richard Allgate, looks at the ownership of data on a mobile device in a BYOD scenario and an example on how personal data on a mobile device could be wiped in a MDM situation. Richard looks at how to plan for such scenarios within a corporate BYOD policy and solutions to ensure that business and personal data are ring fenced.

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Is Apple playing catch up?

Posted by Richard Allgate | 30 Sep 2014, 12:36 PM

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Richard Allgate looks at the recent announcements made by Apple from their new phones, OS upgrades and consumer reactions to the iCloud security breach. He compares the latest offering from Apple to the Android market, discusses the new capabilities and the benefits they can provide to the enterprise.

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Is corporate mobile security the new black?

Posted by Richard Allgate | 14 Aug 2014, 16:23 PM

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Redcentric’s mobile specialist, Richard Allgate, gives his thoughts on the recently launched Blackphone and its impact on the business world marketplace. With BYOD becoming an increasing topic within IT departments Richard discusses if security should be centered on the device, the endpoint and its user or on the linked corporate network.

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MDM madness

Posted by Richard Allgate | 7 Jul 2014, 11:55 AM

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As mobile device management (MDM) solutions increase within the market place, Richard Allgate takes a look at the current offerings by providers and how he sees Cloud impacting MDM.

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BYOD and MYOD beware – choose CYOD instead

Posted by Richard Allgate | 27 May 2014, 18:24 PM

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Currently companies supply over 70% of all devices within the enterprise. It is anticipated that, with more companies adopting a CYOD approach, the number of enterprise owned devices will drop dramatically by 2020.

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Are BlackBerry emerging from the woods?

Posted by Richard Allgate | 21 Jan 2014, 12:34 PM

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With the recent changes and announcements at BlackBerry Redcentric’s mobile specialist, Richard Allgate, discusses what these changes mean for Blackberry and how they can only be seen as a positive move for the business within the enterprise market.

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The future of BlackBerry – Mobile Device Management?

Posted by Richard Allgate | 16 Aug 2013, 13:34 PM

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Richard Allgate, Mobile Specialist at Redcentric, speculates on the future of BlackBerry amid revelations this week that the company is considering ‘strategic alternatives.’ Reflecting on the success of its Mobile Device Management platform, Richard nods to this offering as BlackBerry’s saving grace, noting its ability to improve the security of business mobile offerings.

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Battery life: BYOD’s achilles heel?

Posted by Paul Storey | 7 Jun 2013, 14:24 PM

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Paul Storey reflects on the position of battery life as an inhibitor to BYOD adoption, in light of Intel’s announcement of a 50% increase in the battery life of their Core processors. Putting this gain into real terms, Paul discusses the business benefits of an unencumbered BYOD plan, as well as what longer battery life could mean for future business technologies.

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Drop in PC sales shows a change in IT use

Posted by Phil Dyson | 23 Apr 2013, 15:18 PM

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PC sales dropped by an unprecedented 14% in the first quarter of 2013, with just 76.3 million units being shipped in the first three months of the year. But what has caused such a sudden dip in demand? And how are businesses responding?

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Bring Your Own Device

Posted by Richard Allgate | 8 Aug 2012, 16:58 PM

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BYOD or Bring Your Own Device is the latest trending term in the marketplace but can cause IT managers untold headaches. This blog looks at some of the obstacles faced by IT managers when dealing with this new technology.

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