Enabling even one or two of these five considerations will start you on the path to BYOD and allow your business to start reaping the benefits while maintaining security and creating a productive environment for employees.
Cybercriminals go where the data goes, and so mobile malware is a serious threat to the enterprise. Since July 2011 the number of mobile malware samples recorded by Symantec has increased about 55% per month. Here are 8 best practices for keeping threats at bay.
You better consider your users expectations when approaching MDM. Without their buy-in, there won't be full adoption and the enterprise remains at risk.
Mobility is the most disruptive technology wave ever, but innovators who play offense instead of defense with their strategy approach, have been shown to increase revenue times two and profitability times three, while employee productivity increases by 50%.
What if you build an app that the workers don't like? What if IT hates your solution choice? What if it can't be changed without expense? Avoid these app traps.
Mobile malware has been identified by CIOs as one of the top threats to enterprise data. Here are 10 ways your company can stop breaches and protect sensitive information.
Windows 8 is prompting a lot of questions for businesses. Should we adopt it for employees and phase out Windows 7 and XP? Should we take a wait-and-see approach? What about Windows 8 tablets and phones? Where are the apps?
What technologies will become obsolete? Which will grow? Five trends around BYOD, VPN, AaaS, big data and business intelligence run in a circle.
A recent poll based on millions of stolen passwords posted online by hackers revealed that people are still using blatantly simple passwords and leaving businesses open to risk.
A recent study of consumerization of IT shows that a super-connected class of “mobile elite” workers is defying policies bringing any device and downloading any apps they want, creating risks along the way.