Enterprise wearables are most likely to be the cause of a data breach out of all Internet of Things devices connected to a workplace network, according to a group of 440 IT pros surveyed by IT networking company Spiceworks.
Insufficient security is stunting the growth of enterprise mobility and BYOD, according to a new survey by research content creator Crowd Research Partners.
Increasing realization among companies about the advantages of adopting BYOD will fuel strong growth in the BYOD market, which is forecast by Global Market Insights to reach $367 billion by 2022, up from $94 billion in 2014.
As networks and the endpoints connected to them continue to drive complexity, there is significant pressure being put not only on the network, but on the engineers and administrators who build and manage them.
Mobile devices and apps are becoming mainstream tools for employees to get their work done, according to a recent survey of more than 850 professionals by work management platform Wrike.
VMware unveiled Tuesday its Workspace One platform designed to provide secure digital workspaces for companies that support BYOD, corporate-owned and hybrid mobile work environments.
With trends like bring your own device and the Internet of Things, there are frequently more devices connecting to the corporate network than IT administrators are actually aware of. According to ForeScout, when its detection and monitoring technologies are deployed within enterprises, they frequently discover an additional 20 to 30 percent of devices IT was unaware of.
The BYOD trend is confronting IT departments with a number of challenges, including data security, record-keeping, expense management, and compliance issues. Movius, a provider of cloud-based enterprise mobility products, unveiled Monday its Movius Work Phone app, which helps IT folks tackle these problems.
BYOD is one of the forces driving the endpoint security market, which is expected to be worth $17.4 billion by 2020, up from $11.6 billion this year, according to a new market research report from MarketsandMarkets.
Since the emergence of wearable devices and the Internet of Things, BYOD has gotten even more complicated. Surveys conducted by Tech Pro Research, a joint venture between TechRepublic and ZDNet, over the last couple of years have shown confusion and uncertainty among companies about how to incorporate wearables and IoT devices into their BYOD plans.