Your employees are undoubtedly bringing their own devices to work, whether or not you have a BYOD policy in place. Rhonda Chicone, Faculty Member, Kaplan School of Business and Information Technology, explains why you should start settling on a BYOD policy now.
Help AG has announced the revisions of its go-to-market with secure access solutions vendor, Pulse Secure, to capitalise on the region’s growing Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) and enterprise mobility market.
Cloud-connected security and storage vendor, Barracuda, and networking company, Aerohive Networks, have collaborated in an attempt to bring their customers …
In a new addition to a revamped CNME, we talk to the region’s IT decision makers for their short takes on the issues that comprise their everyday ‘to do’ lists. We’re kicking off with the issue of mobility, posing the question: ‘What is your policy on BYOD?’
Nizar Elfarra, Pre Sales Director, CommVault, explains how to control data risk in a BYOD-enabled environment.
Hewlett-Packard has released its Touchpoint Manager service, that aims to make BYOD easier for small businesses through a new cloud-based service to manage and protect mobile devices and PCs.
Dell has unveiled enterprise mobility software for Google Android or Apple iOS that supports BYOD use by selectively applying VPN controls only to the corporate apps on the device, not the employee’s personal apps.
This will fail happen, according to the research firm, due to enterprise deployment of mobile device management (MDM) measures that are too restrictive. It also predicts that by 2018, less than 0.01 percent of consumer mobile apps will be considered a financial success by their developers.
CNME is this week set to host its BYOD Summit 2013, the Middle East’s first technology to conference dedicated entirely to the bring-your-own-device trend.
Alcatel-Lucent this week took BYOD by the horns with the launch of its Unified Access approach to wired and wireless networks.
Apple doesn’t promote enterprise features in its products, instead choosing to be seen as the consumer’s champion-but this doesn’t mean it doesn’t have any.
Mobile workers want to access their files while on the move but don’t want the complexity, according to Cortado APAC sales manager, Brendan Samuels.
CIOs who think they can abandon BYOD risk upsetting an important and growing constituency of their workforce: millennials, also known as Generation Y.
More and more workers around the world are bringing their personal mobile devices to the office daily, and companies appear to be having trouble keeping up with the trend.
New research has shown that the vast majority of businesses are exposing sensitive corporate data to cyber-criminals by failing to implement effective BYOD strategies.
The Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) movement is supposed to boost worker productivity but a study released on Monday said it can also breed distrust between employees and IT departments.
As more employees demand to use their personal devices for work, IT managers are struggling to both accommodate them and safeguard confidential company data.
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