Technology Association of Georgia Honors 40 Companies for Innovation and Contributions to the State’s Technology Community ATLANTA — (Jan. 23, 2019) — The Technology Association
ATLANTA, GA, Jan. 9, 2019 – BlueFletch, an Atlanta-based mobile development firm focused on building innovative solutions for enterprises, and a Zebra Technologies’ PartnerConnect Premier
Let’s say you are a member of your organization’s IT Department, and you have engaged a third party vendor to develop a customized software solution
BlueFletch and The Home Depot deliver key insights on rugged vs. consumer-grade devices at Zebra Partner Summit
Brett Cooper, a Partner at BlueFletch, will be joining a session panel at the Zebra Partner Summit on Thursday, November 8th at the Orlando Omni Championsgate to discuss Zebra’s real-world mobility solutions that give them an advantage over competitors. He will share the stage with fellow panelist Todd Stankiewicz, Senior Manager Information Systems at The Home Depot, and moderator Andy Cauffman, Zebra Account Manager for the Home Depot.
Each year, the Women in Technology (WIT) Leadership Awards recognize female leaders whose accomplishments, mentorship, and contributions to the community align with the WIT mission of advancing women in technology from the classroom to the boardroom. BlueFletch has the privilege to celebrate the women on our staff, as well as all the other stellar women pursuing careers in science, technology, engineering, the arts, and math (STEAM), at the 2018 Women in Technology Awards.
EMM. UEM. MAM. MDM. There is no shortage of acronyms or options when it comes to managing your enterprise mobile devices. As is usually true with options, sifting through them to find the right ones takes some work. We’ve done the heavy lifting for you by comparing several (but not all) solution providers to help you make the best choice for your organization.
Enterprise Mobile Devices can be managed using methods other than traditional MDMs as long as device security is stout. That technique might not be considered an industry best practice but we’ve seen admins manage devices in their own way to meet business requirements while using familiar toolsets. Despite the negative perception of ‘skirting’ using an MDM, it can be easy and secure to manage devices without one.
Staying “old school” with device management is a practical option for certain organizations and scenarios. If your company is opposed to an MDM-based solution due to complexity or cost, this is how you would ensure devices still conform to your needs.
The Shifting Mobile Strategy of Enterprise Devices Eleven years ago, Steve Jobs stood on the stage and boldly introduced the iPhone, sending a shockwave through
I recently had the opportunity to participate in Zebra’s Developer podcast hosted by Dan Quagliana and Mark Jolley from Zebra. I spoke a bit about some of our experiences dealing with deploying Software and OS Patches on Android devices in the Enterprise. Here are some of the highlights and notes from the questions that I covered during the discussion.