Mobile security

Mobile, Are We Secure Yet?

Despite the growing desire for mobility, security fears among CIOs and other business leaders are halting some mobile deployments. Three-quarters (76%) of the executives interviewed for the Q3/2013 Lopez Research Enterprise Mobility Benchmark listed security as their top mobile concern. What’s troubling...

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4 Components Of A Successful Mobile Strategy

CIOs face a landscape where mobile technologies and cloud computing are changing what we connect, where corporate data lives and how we transact business. It’s no surprise that in our last survey of 257 IT leaders that these trends topped...

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The Future of Enterprise Mobility Management

To successfully deploy mobile applications and support BYOD, IT leaders realize that they must create a mobile management strategy that defines how to manage and support an influx of devices, how to secure access to corporate data, and how to...

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6 Trends In Mobile Data Management From Citrix

Jesse Lipson, VP of Data Sharing at Citrix, recently spoke on “Managing Data in The Cloud” at Cloud Connect in Santa Clara. He launched his talk with statistics that illustrate the rapid adoption of mobile and cloud computing. He said...

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The School Of Hard KNOX: Preventing Security Issues Within Mobile Platforms

At Mobile World Congress, Samsung announced an end-to-end secure Android solution that provides security hardening from the hardware through to the application layer called KNOX. This announcement is another indication of the evolving world of security that is being driven by the adoption...

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Can IBM Help IT Deliver Mobile First Enterprise Apps?

IBM made a big splash at the Mobile World Congress show in Barcelona with it’s IBM MobileFirst announcement.  The new mobile portfolio combines security, analytics and app development software, with cloud-based services and optional development and integration professional services. All of the...

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BYOD Should Be About More Than Email

Yesterday, I posted an article on Forbes that discussed the multiple definitions of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) which you can read here.  In short, I said that analyst numbers (mine included) don’t accurately reflect what is happening in BYOD....

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Healthcare Technology: iPads in Healthcare? How Mobile Devices Change Healthcare

In November, I moderated a panel titled the “Apps, tablets and the open mobile enterprise” at the Open Mobile Summit, a mobile technology conference.  I had the pleasure of interviewing executives from Cisco Systems, ING Direct, Texas Health Resources, VMWare...

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