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08Apr 2016

BYOD is a Business Strategy, not a Technology Decision

Too often, the adoption of technology is predicated on whether a company can do it, rather than should they do it. While understanding the current technical capabilities of the company must influence any decision, many decisions are not technology decisions. This is true for an emerging trend in business today – Bring-Your-Own-Device, BYOD. The premise […]

31Mar 2016

How is the Future of Enterprise Mobility Shaping?

Mobile Technology is the latest disruption in current business practices as companies attempt to understand the power of mobility and capitalize on that power effectively and successfully. While having a mobile workforce is nothing new to business with telecommuters, field workers, and work-from-home programs becoming standard practices, the technology supporting the mobile workforce has advanced […]

24Mar 2016

Most Secure Mobile OS? Exploring the Debate from Wider Angles

Corporate security for mobile devices has been a concern for decades. Access to sensitive data and applications must be protected from outside influences and mobile devices were a simple means of stepping behind the corporate firewall. For years, BlackBerry was the primer standard for corporate mobility and still is for the highest-security environments. However, Apple’s […]

01Mar 2016

Common Mobile Security Vulnerabilities for SMBs

Corporate security has always been a huge issue. Security initiatives are designed to keep all that is under control by the company behind a security perimeter, while everything not under control of the company remains outside the perimeter. Mobile security was once concerned with those concerns when employees would take company assets outside of the […]

23Feb 2016

7 Things You Need To Know About Apple & FBI Battle Over iPhone Unlocking.

On February 16th, Apple received a California’s court judge order to forcefully unlock an iPhone that was used by the culprits involved in the San Bernardino shooting incident. The Apple device in question, the iPhone 5C had a screen lock passcode enabled. This security prompt automatically encrypts the device data with an encryption key that […]

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