The recently passed Application Privacy, Protection and Security (APPS) Act mandates app developers must maintain in-depth privacy policies that in part forbid them from collecting any personal data once the user has stopped using their application.
Gartner predicts Bring Your Own Device becoming the norm versus the exception.
Application development continues to intensify in the enterprise. Learn what IT do to ensure total management and security of these apps after they've made their way to devices.
Though today’s mobile ecosystem is bustling with new features, application and product launches, it is not doing enough to cater to enterprise security and privacy needs. Second to mobile security, mobile privacy is an emerging, sensitive issue for many bring your own device (BYOD) workers.
How can your colleagues securely access corporate data while preserving the mobile experience on their personal devices?
As mHealth gains popularity, protecting and securing health information on mobile devices has become a key concern for IT in healthcare. Learn how your organization can hurdle today's most common challenges.
Unchaining technology from the desk allows BYODers to get more done on the go, but what happens when these smartphones and tablets go MIA? Learn how organizations are securing proprietary information in the event of a loss or theft.
What is Facebook Home? It's all Facebook, all the time - permeating the mobile device everywhere from hardware to each app in use. What are the implications for IT in the BYOD era?
The new challenge of the day is finding a way to uphold security and productivity whilst accommodating for newcomer mobile technology. Is it realistic to assume that smartphones and tablets, their data, apps, and docs can be accessed, shared, and utilized in harmony – all while connected the longstanding corporate network?
IT in retail is looking for ways to capitalize on bring your own device (BYOD) and mobile payments. Look no further than mobile device management (MDM) for secure, productive mobility.