The appliance offers the EverAvail suite of applications that leverage the high-availability features of BlackBerry Enterprise
Server 5.0 to provide robust, self-contained, automated fail-over and
facilities for disaster back-up/recovery and patch management.
What will new state regulations mean for enterprise mobility?
With persistent security concerns apparently being overcome, President Barack Obama is reportedly getting the thumbs up to soon obtain a souped-up BlackBerry for use in and around the White House and during presidential travel.
Learn how the collaboration provides support for Intel's anti-theft technology.
Learn what Cloudmark Research reveals regarding messaging protection and how factors such as the rise of apps have impacted the frequency of mobile threats and spamming.
Find out about DiskAgent Mobile and how it protects mobile devices (including BlackBerry, Windows Mobile, and Palm) by enabling owners to execute remote actions, including wiping, disabling, or locking them if they are lost or stolen.
In the second of our two-part series, the CIOs of
four leading organizations -- the U.S. Census Bureau, The U.K.'s Royal
Mail Group, Liverpool, UK-based Bibby Distribution, and Transport for
London -- discuss what's missing in mobility for the
Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) overcame a host of industry-specific security issues to deploy WiFi for its mobile workforce.
ABI Research reveals in a survey that transaction security was cited by 71 percent of mobile phone users as a major concern preventing wider uptake.
F-Secure says despite being aware of the growing mobile security threats, 66 percent of people surveyed worldwide do not have security software installed on their mobile phones - compared to 86 percent in 2007.