Few tools are available to secure data and devices; many companies avoid security policies that would affect employee-owned devices.
By 2015, any company wanting to capture the attention of its customers or employees will have to compete with digital media flowing every waking second.
Online leisure time steals lots of minutes per day from other activities, but it’s not clear what effect that has on worker productivity.
With 80 percent of BYOD initiatives categorized as poorly managed, there are some big steps needed for a secure environment.
Who says this country isn’t productive?
Enterprises struggling to support datacenters, smartphones and tablets will get another set of options in 2014 from massive, Android-powered tablets.
WLAN sales drop following 802.11n migrations; 2014 move to 802.11ac will force widespread upgrades to Ethernet that can keep up: analysts.
Outdated OS versions, unpatched software, and an increasing number of malicious apps make Android a tempting target.
Check Point’s second annual mobile security survey found an increasing number of connected mobile devices, with BYOD growing quickly. Nearly …
BYOD grows like a weed; the ability of corporations to deal with it grows like… petrified wood.