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  • Using DaaS as a Mobile Desktop Strategy

    Sponsored by: VMware, Inc.

    This whitepaper walks through the major trends affecting computing methods in the workplace and explains how Desktops-as-a-Service can help you securely deliver desktops and apps to end users through a unified workspace with little to no upfront capital costs.

  • Leverage the Power of APIs to Turbocharge Your Mobile Strategy

    Sponsored by: Intel® Services

    This guide examines how today's top organizations are handling API management, including a breakdown of the "seven steps" required to build a successful API program.

  • Mobility Customer Success Stories: BYOD and Mobility

    Sponsored by: Cisco Systems, Inc.

    Let's face it; Employees bring their own devices into work and want to be able to connect to corporate networks. There are a lot of vendors in mind when deciding on a BYOD strategy, and the best fit depends on your company.

  • Avoiding BYO Policy and Security Pitfalls

    Sponsored by: Citrix

    When employees use their own technology for business purposes, they gain mobility and productivity but pose a new threat for IT security, as well as other policy pitfalls.

  • How 4 Citrix Customers Solved the Enterprise Mobility Challenge

    Sponsored by: Citrix

    For mobile workers to truly be productive, they need on-the-go access to apps and data, even on their personal devices.  Enterprises need a way to deliver these other types of apps on mobile devices now- but IT rarely has the time or budget to build mobile versions.

  • The Definitive Guide to Secure Enterprise Mobility

    Sponsored by: Aruba Networks

    Enterprise organizations today are allowing a new generation of users - known as the mobile generation - to maximize productivity by relying on mobile devices for every aspect of work and personal communication.  However, networking security concerns are emerging.

  • Creating a Safe BYOD on a Budget

    Sponsored by: Extreme Networks

    There's no doubt that with the growing trend of mobility, BYOD is right along there with it.  BYOD implementation can be difficult and costly, but this white paper can help.

  • How One Office Benefited from a Large Network Wi-Fi Solution

    Sponsored by: Aruba Networks

    With potentially tens of thousands of users accessing network data from over 2,000 access points, there's no doubt that the connection needs to be safe and strong.

  • Wi-Fi Enabled Healthcare

    Sponsored by: Extreme Networks

    Rapid advancements in wireless technologies are transofrming how business services are delivered, extending access to critical data anywhere, anytime.  This leaves businesses with a host of opportunities and challanges inside and outside company walls.

  • Wi-Fi Buyers Guide

    Sponsored by: Extreme Networks

    The huge growth of mobile and BYOD is driving user's demands to rise, while networks become more dense and harder to manage.  How can a balance be found between the two?

  • Dell Higher Education Solutions Guide

    Sponsored by: Dell, Inc. and Intel®

    Accessing network data from remote locations anywhere is no longer a luxury, but an expectation.  End-users expect to not only have the same experience from the network in a mobile setting, but also expect a fast and secure connection.

  • Pop-up Retail: How Mobile Connectivity Drives Success

    Sponsored by: CradlePoint

    In this white paper, explore the challenges and obstacles to overcome when opening up a retail pop-up shop, and discover mobile technology that can rapidly connect pop-ups with essential retail applications in the cloud.

  • Economic Value Validation

    Sponsored by: Aerohive Networks

    Mobility is greatly affecting how wireless networks are designed. The need for personalizing users' mobile experiences to deliver anytime, anywhere access without causing trouble for cost control and operations is a complex problem for IT.

  • The Network Impact of 802.11ac

    Sponsored by: Aerohive Networks

    Mobility is greatly affecting how wireless networks are designed.  The need for personalizing users' mobile experiences to deliver anytime, anywhere access without causing trouble for cost control and operations is a complex problem for IT.

  • Opportunities with VMware and VMware Horizon 6

    Sponsored by: Avnet Technology Solutions

    Today, end users are leveraging new types of devices for work, accessing Windows applications alongside non-Windows-based applications, and are more mobile than ever.

  • Understand How the Three C's Can Maximize Sales Mobility

    Sponsored by: Oracle Corporation

    As more and more users work mobile from anywhere in the field, the need for maximization in mobility becomes clear.  Read on to discover what the experts at Gartner research have found to help with just that.

  • Setting a Strategic Agenda for the 'Upwardly Mobile' Enterprise

    Sponsored by: IBM

    If your organization doesn't have a well-defined mobile strategy, you're not alone. Read this paper for tips from IBM.

  • IBM Mobile First

    Sponsored by: IBM

    Learn how to develop, test, run and manage hybrid and native multiplatform, mobile apps in a security-rich environment.

  • Examining DRAAS, VDI, and DAAS

    Sponsored by: Avnet Technology Solutions

    Correctly arming your organization with the technologies it requires can be a difficult task, especially when many services seem so similiar.

  • Best Practices for Building a Mobility Strategy

    Sponsored by: Cisco Systems, Inc.

    As mobility continues to mature, computing will become location independent. Workers will look to perform any task or access any content from any location over any network.  This impacts IT in a number of ways.

  • Mobile Workspaces: Enable People with New Ways to Work

    Sponsored by: Citrix

    Employees expect to be able to work outside the office anywhere, on any mobile device. Learn how mobile workspaces from Citrix enable users with virtualization, networking and cloud services.

  • The 10 Principals of BYOD

    Sponsored by: IBM

    The rapid proliferation of mobile devices entering the workplace feels like divine intervention to many IT leaders. There's no sense pretending it isn't happening or saying, "We don't let our employees do that."

  • Deployment Best Practices and Guidelines to Deliver Any App to Mobile Users

    Sponsored by: Citrix

    Access to corporate applications allows mobile workers to be more productive, responsive and informed. Discover six ways to provide enterprise application access on mobile devices.

  • Gartner Report: Best Practices in Choosing and Implementing EMM

    Sponsored by: Citrix

    Many organizations are process of selecting or planning the implementation of a mobile device management solution. Get best practices and a step-by-step approach for mobile and security specialists.

  • Vendor Comparison for Enterprise Mobility Management Suites

    Sponsored by: IBM

    EMM is growing quickly, and the vendor landscape has changed significantly, which will impact IT leaders' choices.

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