Enterprise Mobility Watch: Newsworthy Topics from the Month of November

Lua November News Watch

Can't leave home without gloves and a down jacket? Christmas tree stands popping up all around your city? It's definitely December, which means time for our regular roundup of the past month's news. Over leftover turkey and delicious cranberry relish, the Lua team sat down and pulled together a list of 5 newsworthy topics in communication and mobility that you might have missed in November.

Lua Active Directory

Managing Users Just Got Even Easier: Introducing Lua's Active Directory Integration

We announced our advanced Active Directory integration last month. Enterprises can now roll out Lua even more quickly across an entire organization by seamlessly connecting their existing setup to Lua’s built-in directory. Import and organize thousands of employees in one simple step!

Enterprise Mobility Management

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8 Ways to Categorize Enterprise Mobility Management

The acronym BYOD is all the rage, but organizations can better support enterprise mobility when they understand a variety of strategies for managing personal devices in the workplace. Hyoun Park of Blue Hill Research lays out 8 types of EMM policies in Nojitter.

Mobile Employee Accountability

Source: TNW

How to Keep Your Remote Employees Accountable Without Playing Big Brother

How many entrepreneurs wake up to notices of employees deciding to work from home or letting you know that they’re “online… but sitting in traffic”? Most employees don’t abuse the privileges of mobility, but what do you do when you have employees that are no longer engaging with their team or not handling their assignments at the levels needed to help your business scale simply because they’re not always in the same room? Our CEO Michael shares challenges and solutions on remote management on The Next Web.

Mobile Device Security Weakness

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Mobile Devices Are Weakest Link in Large Enterprise Security, Survey Finds

Two-thirds of large enterprises believe that mobile devices are the weakest link in their security framework, according to a survey by Loudhouse Research. Loudhouse surveyed 780 individuals with governance, risk and compliance responsibility in enterprises with 1,000 employees or more.

Facebook At Work

Source: Re/code

Facebook at Work? Not So Fast.

Facebook announced that it is building an enterprise version of its service to rival the likes of Microsoft, Google and LinkedIn for interoffice communication. But will Facebook @ Work find its way into the corporate world? Kurt Wagner does not think so.