In the hyper-connected world of people, devices and expanding ambient data, businesses must realize that security goes beyond protection.
New mobile security container and app ecosystem aims to accelerate enterprise Android adoption and mobile productivity.
Laptops and servers that access and store corporate data require passwords. Mobile devices have equal access, yet many organizations do not enforce password use on those devices.
Intelligent application analytics technology will be leveraged to monitor and measure the mobile fan experience during the big game.
With mobility in full swing, most organizations are already vulnerable to potential security risks. The security basics of yesterday—policy, encryption, and authentication—no longer cover fundamental security needs. Here are 5 MUST-HAVES every business needs for Enterprise Mobility Management.
A new high-density network has been implemented at the University of Phoenix Stadium to give fans robust, secure access on game day.
Organizations must seek to achieve the right balance among competing forces: security, user productivity and cost through an end-to-end solution.
Agencies are adopting BYOD to reduce costs, increase efficiency and appeal to employees, but the growth of mobile malware must be addressed.
Managed mobility service (MMS) providers can help companies rethink their approach to better align with the business.
More websites, devices and user accounts adds up to more passwords, more access pathways and lots of bad security behavior by employees and even IT. What are the right strategies for keeping pace with proper identity management in the mobile era?