By focusing on a core security plan that involves protecting mobile devices, enterprises will create a mission-critical mobilization strategy that supports a productive workforce.
According to a new study, tomorrow’s workforce is mobile savvy and expects a mobile-first workplace.
At one point in time, Garmin was one of the largest tech companies in the world; however, due to the influx of mobile and BYOD, within the last few years the company lost 70% of its value—thus painting a clear picture of the disruption occurring today.
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) awards global security tech company with four patents to address the issue of mobile security in the connected world.
Mobile security subscription service provides cyber security protection against content and network level threats, particularly in business environments where a BYOD policy has been adopted.
The iPhone was one of the main drivers that broke through the enterprise barrier and led us into the BYOD age—and while it still may be premature thought, the Apple Watch is expected to cause the same ripple effect for wearables in the enterprise.
Survey finds unmanaged personal devices that make up nearly 1/3 of BYOD used to access corporate data leaves businesses highly vulnerable to data exposure.
BYOD can be a very polarizing topic for IT. Some view it as a solution while others see it as a risk. Read this eGuide and learn how you can address several new BYOD challenges facing IT.
According to research from Good Technology, IOS continues to dominate the enterprise. But, Android and Windows make strides on the tablet front.
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