Change happens fast in enterprise mobility—here's a few from last week you might have missed.
2014 sees rise in device and network attacks that place personal and workplace privacy at risk.
Updike, Kelly & Spellacy P.C. attorneys use Good Technology to serves financial services industry clients from anywhere.
The majority of users prefer free network access, but don't know (or care) about the risk to personal and work information.
Company deepens security expertise with C-suite appointment.
Smartphones have become our gateway to work, play, social life, financial planning and healthcare, but they were not designed for this diversity and most users don't want to carry multiple devices.
MobileIron's new content security service provides document-level security and EMM integration.
New mobile security container and app ecosystem aims to accelerate enterprise Android adoption and mobile productivity.
Forty-two percent of the world's most risky apps that target non-jailbroken and non-rooted iPhone, iPad and Android devices originate from here.
Last week saw the highest high and a lowest low for the top two mobile device makers. Apple reported record 2Q15 earnings—$4.8 billion—and device sales—46% growth. Samsung's 4Q14 IT and mobile division's profit dropped 64%. How did analysts react to the news?