To help companies adapt their operations to the new mobility era, Extreme Networks® Mobile Enterprise Solution is designed for the growing numbers of users, devices, and virtualized machines that are in constant motion.
With the increase in smartphone usage, consumers are increasingly using their mobile devices for online activities such as shopping and social networking, and this involves the sharing of personal information.
The advantages of implementing an effective BYOD strategy, such as increased employee satisfaction, workflow efficiency and productivity gains, are well known. A recent report from Ovum even highlights that over 70 percent of multinational companies in Asia Pacific recognize this trend and are beginning to implement the relevant policies.
Attendees at the BYOD and Mobile security event in Singapore learnt that the march of BYOD was inevitable and there would be no use fighting against it.
Daniel Angelucci, Principal Consultant, Verizon Enterprise Solutions said that fighting consumerization is like fighting the tide and what companies need is a strategy that can enable this.
Mobile platforms have become increasingly attractive to cybercriminals as consumers live more of their digital lives on smartphones and tablets.
When was the last time you ran a search on your own name – do you know if someone has been pretending to be you, or if unwanted eyes have easy access to your personal details?
Gartner Thursday held forth on what it expects to be the top security trends for 2013, citing the rise of cloud computing, social media and employees bringing their own devices to work as among the forces likely to produce radical changes in how enterprises manage IT security.