As enterprises aim for speed to market with mobile apps, continuous deployment can open vulnerabilities.
Check these boxes when supporting personal devices at work.
The benefits of personal technology at work come with a cost as BYO expands to now include wearables and the cloud.
To ensure adoption, drive success and provide meaningful experiences, employee-facing mobile apps must be given the same careful consideration as those built for the public.
Insider attacks are not new, but now often represent the biggest risk to corporate data.
Even attorneys want BYOD, but their security implications are much greater than that of the traditional enterprise.
Manual processes just don't cut it in the age of mobile and real-time information, even in HR.
Between time and cost, enterprise app development is becoming a $500K per app problem.
Productivity is the ultimate goal, but security and integration often get in the way of collaboration.
People and businesses do not have time to stop, exit the online world to print and transact business, only to have to find ways to bring that business transaction back into the digital world.