New threats reported by F-Secure underscore Android's vulnerability and may make it even harder for enterprise professionals to embrace Google's mobile OS.
Do you know what information your employees are creating, and where they're storing it? Could you retrieve it if required by law? Are they destroying information that's supposed to be kept, or keeping information that's supposed to expire after a certain date? Data governance is going to become a big deal in the coming years, warns CITE Conference speaker Deborah Juhnke.
As a result, many employers continue to wipe compromised phones completely.
Appthority offers IT pros incredible insight into the security and risks of mobile apps being used in their organizations. It also highlights the challenges that stores with hundreds of thousands of apps pose to the selection process for both IT and business users.
A bunch of new apps are out for Google Glass, but we're still waiting for truly unique applications.
Security and device manageability are key IT concerns around BYOD. Providing a consistent and attractive user experience shouldn't be overlooked, however, because the user experience will ultimately determine how users respond to BYOD policies and restrictions. Enterproid has a solution.
So you’re not one of the bold and lucky 15,000 people chosen to try Google Glass Explorer Edition (for $1,500). Fear not: You can still get a small taste of what it’s like to wear Google Glass by visiting a site called Glass Sim.
That's where the money is.
Verizon is now selling two phones -- from LG and Motorola -- that run VMware's Android virtualization technology. But containerization solutions like Samsung Knox, Enterproid, and BlackBerry Balance are a strong rival.