Business White Paper | A Holistic Approach to BYOD Security and Management
Mobile technology is transforming your business. Your workforce uses a variety of mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets to conduct business and engage customers anywhere, anytime. The Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend presents opportunities and challenges. On one hand, you can boost employee productivity, convenience and, in many cases, reduce capital expenses by allowing workers to use personal devices for business. On the other hand, you need to ensure that your IT infrastructure can accommodate the influx of mobile devices and continue to deliver predictable, high‑quality user experiences, as well as secure and reliable services.
A Global Ernst & Young survey has shown that many big corporations are dealing with recurring security issues found with latest technologies.
On Nov. 7, The New York Times ran a story called “How to Devise Passwords That Drive Hackers Away.” Written by Silicon Valley correspondent Nicole Perlroth, the piece reigned over the paper’s Most Emailed List for a full week, and for a good reason: It’s properly freaked out about just how vulnerable we all are to hackers. But by focusing on the password, it tries to prop up the unsustainable heart of our moldering security system — and it implicitly blames the victim for problems that big corporations let fester for selfish reasons. This post will argue that it's time to kill the password entirely.
Compliance is an issue that plagues every IT Manager and Administrator. Here we'll examine how easy it is to actually navigate the minefield and ensure that your company is fully compliant.
The benefits of social software to the enterprise have been shouted from the rooftops for a while and this technology will likely be on “top trends” lists for the next several years. The potential benefits of adoption are evident. Touted gains include improved organizational innovation, collaboration, transparency and the ability to make faster decisions based on better data.
Organizations that outperform financially are 57% more likely to allow their people to use social and collaborative tools. Additionally, three times as many CIOs in top-performing organizations view social network analysis as a top priority than their under-performing counterparts do.
Small businesses are crying out for something that will simplify the management of their IT. Read on to discover how a cloud-based administration platform, offering ‘pay-as-you-go’ services is a simple way of easing IT management headaches by allowing you to take control of everything remotely.
It is generally understood that it is cheaper to purchase IT hardware and software online, but what does this mean for Value-Added-Resellers? They can still maintain profitability in these turbulent times by offering something the online resellers like Amazon cannot - service, knowledge, and a dedicated Account Manager.