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iOS 7 Mobile Application Management: Open in Management or Managed open In for Enterprise Mobility is a day late and a dollar short

Posted by Mittal Parekh on November 13, 2013  /   Posted in Data, General, Mobile Management  /  2 comments
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Folks, if you landed here directly then please start from the opening blog that sets the stage and then c’mon back. In this episode of iOS 7 in enterprises: Just Add Enterprise Mobility Management Solution, I am going to discuss the “Managed Open In” or “Open in Management” feature of

Simplified File Sync and Sharing Brings Students’ Focus Back to Learning

Posted by Doug Lane on November 07, 2013  /   Posted in Data, DataNow, Mobile Management  /  0 comments
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The use of technology is expanding rapidly in the educational setting, and many of the desktop and EMM challenges we see regularly in the corporate world are greatly magnified in the education sector thanks to broader use of shared computing systems and an unpredictable student user population. AppSense has worked with

The Best DesktopNow Ever

Posted by Jon Rolls, CTO of Desktop on October 29, 2013  /   Posted in Desktop Management, DesktopNow, Mobile Management  /  0 comments
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We’ve recently delivered a lot of briefings (“AppSense Achieves Record Year”), updates (Desktop Virtualization podcast with BrianMadden.com) and publicity (“VMware reverses decision on ThinApp licensing”) around DesktopNow – our suite of management products for optimizing and securing the user environment on Windows desktops, whether physical or virtual. I thought it

Learn to Love Your File Shares Again with DataNow

Posted by Doug Lane on October 22, 2013  /   Posted in DataNow, Mobile Management  /  0 comments
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Back in the days when we all worked on Windows PCs tethered to the corporate network, group file shares were a great way to collaborate on projects. However, as corporate computing shifted to laptops and diversified to include new devices like Macs, iPads, iPhones, and Android devices, most users turned

Simplify Desktop Migration and Recovery with DataNow and Environment Manager

Posted by Doug Lane on October 08, 2013  /   Posted in Data, DataNow, Desktop Management, Mobile Management  /  0 comments
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In my last post, I highlighted how DataNow addresses the growing mobile file sync challenges that many enterprises face. However, reigning in the user data on existing Windows PCs is arguably an even bigger challenge for many enterprise IT teams. Now that laptops are the default computing platform in many organizations, users are

Using DataNow for Secure File Access and Sync

Posted by Doug Lane on September 24, 2013  /   Posted in Data, DataNow, Mobile Management  /  0 comments
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When we show DataNow to prospective customers, the first potential use that generally comes to mind is eliminating the “Dropbox problem” that hit many IT teams from out of nowhere as tablet and smartphone usage exploded. I know what you’re thinking: lots of vendors are trying to solve this problem

AppSense MobileNow Supports iOS 7 From Day One

Posted by Mittal Parekh on September 19, 2013  /   Posted in Mobile Management  /  1 comment
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Congratulations to Apple for launching its most enterprise friendly mobile operating system to date. Understandably, with the launch of Apple’s breakthrough iOS 7, businesses like yours have lots of questions about the role third-party mobile application management (MAM) solutions will play with this key release. By leveraging 3rd party Enterprise

Results of BYOD: Bridging the Mobility Gap Study

Posted by Gareth Kitson on August 30, 2013  /   Posted in DataNow, Desktop Management, General, Mobile Management  /  0 comments
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As you may be aware from my previous blog ‘IT departments are failing to provide end users with a satisfactory mobile experience according to employees’, AppSense recently commissioned research into the mobile experiences of end users vs. what technology solutions IT departments are able to provide. Today, the results of

IT departments are failing to provide end users with a satisfactory mobile experience according to employees

Posted by Gareth Kitson on July 17, 2013  /   Posted in General, Mobile Management  /  0 comments

AppSense recently commissioned some research into the mobile experiences of end users vs. what technology solutions IT departments are able to provide. This research specifically looked into whether IT departments are able to deliver a satisfactory mobile experience according to employees. As it turns out, employees are dissatisfied. User expectations

Citrix Makes the Virtual Desktop Cloud Ready with XenDesktop 7

Posted by Jason Southern, Director of Alliances on May 23, 2013  /   Posted in Cloud Computing, Corporate, Desktop Management, Mobile Management  /  4 comments

Just one year from the announcement of Project Avalon at Citrix Synergy San Francisco, Citrix has launched its first component of the project in the form of XenDesktop 7. We here at AppSense want to be amongst the first to congratulate Citrix for launching XenDesktop 7 and in doing so,

The Future of BYOD: No Device, No Job?

Posted by AppSense on May 13, 2013  /   Posted in Mobile Management  /  3 comments

Last week, research analyst firm Gartner unveiled the findings of a worldwide survey of CIOs and their attitudes regarding the bring-your-own-device trend (BYOD). BYOD is certainly one of the hottest topics in the technology field today, and the results of this survey revealed some interesting conclusions as to the current

Resource-Level Security and Policy in the Real World

Posted by Jon Rolls, CTO of Desktop on May 08, 2013  /   Posted in DataNow, Executive Insights, Mobile Management  /  3 comments

Last week I described how the move to a resource-level security model and policy, is essential in today’s world of loosely-managed devices, cloud services and BYOX. The old device-centric approach to security is no longer effective – you can’t hide all user devices behind a corporate firewall, it’s not acceptable

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