Rick is Managing Director of Arter Kirkwood & Associates, a developer of custom mobile apps for business. His areas of expertise include strategy, project and program management and all things lean and agile. He is a Scrum Master and is certified in User Experience (UX) by the Nielsen Norman Group (NN/g).

iOS devices at work…are they secure enough??

In previous posts, we mentioned security as one of the reasons Research in Motion (RIM) has enjoyed such a long stay in the corporate suite.   Ask the average, somewhat-computer-savvy consumer what they think about iOS devices and security and they’ll likely have no opinion on the matter or will acknowledge “having heard” they are […]

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iOS devices at work…who are they up against?

In the previous blog, we talked about RIM as one of the competitors to Apple in the workplace.  Who else is there?  There are mainly three others: Android devices, Windows Phone devices and Nokia Symbian devices.   Of these three, Android is the one most referenced in discussions of the smartphone race.   Android has […]

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iOS Devices at Work…iPod touch, iPhone and iPad…fun to play with, but to work with??

This is the first in a series of blogs that will explore iOS devices (iPod touch, iPhone and iPad) in the workplace and whether they have a rightful home there.  The concerns commonly expressed by employers when considering bringing these devices into the corporate fold will be discussed.  Concerns such as security and device management and […]

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