If you are one of millions who have downloaded the Android or iOS Facebook app to your smartphone or tablet, you may not "Like" this blog post. The privacy of your personal information—or that of your company—may be at stake. According to Gareth Wright, a mobile application developer, hackers can access the .plist file of your Facebook application with relative ease.
At yesterday's MORE series webinar, we took a dive into the hottest topic in enterprise mobility: Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) programs. Whether your IT team has begun putting a BYOD plan into practice — or is looking to start from scratch — we've got you covered.
Tablets and smartphones have become very popular among health practitioners and have redefined the doctor-patient relationship. While universities and hospitals are allocating budgets for developing medical applications for the iPads and iPhones, doctors and nurses are using them to keep track of patient records, discuss medical cases in online forums, view clinical data and issue prescriptions. The mobile technology has influenced the medical industry remarkably.
Employees are bringing devices to work in ever-increasing numbers. Gone are the days of IT handing out devices with just the company-approved software. Now more and more users want to use the devices they own and like, and these devices do double-duty for work and home.
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