Although 88 percent of those surveyed indicated that their companies do have BYOD policies, many are unhappy with the way device and data security is managed.
The new Gizmox Visual WebGui .NET HTML5 and Enterprise Mobile development platform allows app developers to create applications compatible with a wide variety of browsers, operating systems and devices while not requiring users to store data on their mobile devices.
Symantec's mobile security platform is now available for Android devices. That, alongside several other updates for Android, Windows and iOS devices, allow for better mobile security in light of rising BYOD trends.
Fixmo's latest update to its Sentinel enterprise mobility platform can now manage, monitor and secure both corporate and employee-owned devices. Three additional server infrastructures are now capable of monitoring by the update.
With Android use increasing alongside BYOD workplace policies, the Ontario-based company has come up with a solution it says provides the most comprehensive device management capabilities of any MDM technology to date.
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) mobility programs bring new challenges to protect company data through simple, easy-to-manage, secure mobility solutions. But BYOD is not just a technology issue; it demands an effective approach encompassing business strategy, policies, and systems. This practical guide provides best practices for implementing a BYOD program.
The new Blue Coat controls now allow IT to put the same security and restrictive measures over any network device - including the mobile devices of employees.
NetMotion Wireless has introduced the newest version of its virtual private network, which includes upgrades to the network's security features, next generation network compatibility and analytics software.
Reality Mobile chose smart device security company Mocana to provide its NanoSSL secure data transport suite to efficiently encrypt and protect streaming video and visual data for Android devices used by military and national security personnel.
Fujitsu was in attendance at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference on Monday, unveiling the latest products in its STYLISTIC and LIFEBOOK product lines. The two devices, described as lightweight, powerful and secure, are Windows 8 ready and expected to be made available for commercial use during the third quarter of 2012.