Hi Everyone! There’s always tons of “What’s new in iOS 11 and blah blah” but no one ever focuses on what people in the enterprise need to be successful. I wanted to take some time and highlight some of the key features that are coming in iOS 11 that matters. We might as well get […]Read More An Enterprise Guide to iOS 11
Hello everyone, Well a few articles in and people still think I’m not 100% stupid. As we say in Boston, that is wicked pissah. I want to take a moment or two to editorialize what it’s like to be a mobile systems engineer in the enterprise world. We are MORE stuck with stigmas that almost […]Read More Demystifying Kerberos Single Sign-On for iOS
Well, I have to admit I didn’t think people would actually like what I’ve been writing. I guess I enjoy playing a part in helping make others better. I’ve been to many conferences and it kills me how it’s so agenda-driven and doesn’t actually give people the information they need to be successful. I mean […]Read More It’s more like In-ActiveSync!
I guess the tech blog bug has me in its inescapable web. I posted a nice 2000 words on Boxer for iOS and people think I might actually not be just a loud mouth from Boston so hurray for me. First off, because I’m not that pretentious and think everyone knows all these silly acronyms. […]Read More A Mobile Engineer’s Guide to the DLP-ocalypse
Well this is my first post, on my first blog, ever… So now that’s over with. I’m Jon Towles and I’m not sure why I’m here. I was a retail manager for a decade, got really lucky and wound up working in the great state of Texas for BlackBerry Premiere Support AKA DART. That was […]Read More Introduction
So many people have now been backed into a corner with their unmanaged platform. We just need to look at the options people have been using for years: Good for Enteprise (Out of Support officially now) Touchdown (Acquired by Symantec a few years ago and will be out of support next year) Outlook for iOS/Android […]Read More A deep dive into AirWatch Boxer for iOS