What happened this week in enterprise mobility? Security and apps lead the moves.
The risk of data loss and security breaches from mobile computing is substantial, whether it’s lost devices, hackers gaining entry via mobile employees or the steady stream of new threats coming out. This checklist is designed to help you identify key steps to take to minimize the potential for security breaches and loss of data associated with mobile devices.
IDC's Worldwide Quarterly Tablet Tracker, forecasts tablet shipments to come in 53.5% above 2012 levels, with Android and iOS leading the market. That's a lot of tablets — many of which are ending up in the enterprise. Our top tablet stories of the year reflect this takeover and the leaders as well.
Acquisitions, partnerships, deployments and more — this week in mobile.
Juniper Networks launches its Pulse App Connect, enabling VPN connectivity from iOS and Android devices to Junos Pulse Secure Access Service.
It's not a question of to BYOD or not BYOD. Enterprises of all sizes realize that employees are bringing in personal devices to access email, corporate data and a boatload of apps that make the workday easier. The question is security, and why isn't anyone paying attention?
Have you heard this before? Enterprise-grade devices are too costly. Consumer-grade devices always have newer technology. Both statements are wrong.
Even a law firm—that routinely advises clients about how to manage data risk — needed to evaluate its own processes. The organization identified a requirement for secure file transfer technology that would meet and/or exceed security and regulatory requirements.
Enterprise data security is often discussed, but data breaches are not. Yet by all accounts, the increased risk that has come with the increase in mobile devices is exponential, and insecure sharing is one of the big issues.
IT departments are looking for ways to mitigate the risk of corporate data being exposed on employee-owned devices which are outside of the typical scope of control.