Search Results for: BYOD

Dell Drills Dongle-Sized Hole in BYOD Assumptions

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Adding virtualization, security, management, custom apps, and legacy support to Android on a flash drive changes the options regarding secure remote-access decisions. continue…

Resources for Building Web Apps in a BYOD World

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Web apps are probably the closest programmers are going to get to the “write once, deploy anywhere” ideal. These apps are best suited for users that need to collaborate, share, publish and/or distribute data. Often, the “heavy lifting” for a Web app is done on the server side. They’re available anywhere there’s a Web browser and an Internet connection. This makes them ideal for a BYOD environment. No matter which device a user is carrying, it will have some form… continue…

IT Responds to BYOD With ‘Fear and Loathing’

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Few tools are available to secure data and devices; many companies avoid security policies that would affect employee-owned devices. continue…

Time Analysis Leaves BYOD Justifications Fuzzy

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Online leisure time steals lots of minutes per day from other activities, but it’s not clear what effect that has on worker productivity. continue…

The Key to BYOD: Secure Apps

With 80 percent of BYOD initiatives categorized as poorly managed, there are some big steps needed for a secure environment. continue…

Americans Using Mobile, BYOD to Multitask in the Bathroom: Survey

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Who says this country isn’t productive? continue…

Enterprise Update for Windows 8 Pumps Up BYOD, Remote Work

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VDI, remote disk-wipe, contextual application control, and automatic VPN launch are among key features. continue…

An iPhone Fingerprint Scanner Could Boost BYOD

If rumors prove accurate, and the next iPhone comes with a fingerprint scanner, it could persuade more businesses to jump aboard iOS. continue…

Latest Check Point Study Highlights Dangers of BYOD

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Check Point’s second annual mobile security survey found an increasing number of connected mobile devices, with BYOD growing quickly. Nearly half of the of 790 respondents — IT professionals in the U.S., Canada, UK, Germany and Japan — say they have five times the mobile devices connected to their networks compared to two years ago. Mobile devices are also now connected to more networks, 93 percent this year compared to 89 percent in last year’s survey. More than half of… continue…

The Downside of BYOD

BYOD grows like a weed; the ability of corporations to deal with it grows like… petrified wood. continue…