Chances are you've heard a lot of fiction about cloud-based mobile device management. We think you deserve to see the facts too.
Is your organization taking the right steps to achieve secure and compliant cloud computing practices amid the mobile age?
As cloud services continue to develop and bring your own device (BYOD) spreads its wings, how should organizations shape their strategy for managing their mobile workforce?
In a recent NetworkWorld post, Josh Marpet provided commentary on "Trust in the Cloud", a presentation by David Lingenfelter, Security Officer at Fiberlink.
Our new MaaS360 for Handhelds service was announced while Jim was at the Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona. He was interviewed by bnetTV.com, and asked about the new service and the future of cloud computing.
Clouds are everywhere……
The following was written by Chuck Brown of Fiberlink in response to "E-mail 'biggest' security risk, Microsoft says" published November 10, 2009, on Goverment Computer News.
In response to this post from David Linthicum's blog at www.InfoWorld.com.
There has been much written already about the issues and events that led to the massive service outage and data loss that occurred at the Danger/Microsoft datacenter that hosted the T-Mobile Sidekick services:
From David Lingenfelter, Fiberlink.
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