Enterprises are increasingly turning to "off-the-shelf" Internet of Things (IoT) products instead of the more expensive customized products that have characterized many enterprise IoT implementations, according to a Verizon report released Monday.
Beacons are all the rage for large indoor and outdoor venues. But they are also making their way into the enterprise, according to Baseline Magazine article by contributor Mike Elgan.
A robust 95 percent of enterprises now allow the use of employee-owned devices, and close to two-thirds of employees say that having access to work email and other business apps at all times increases their productivity, according to stats compiled by security firm Symantec in an infographic.
In response to the growing complexity of malware attacks, managed security service providers are playing a more active role in malware threat remediation for enterprises in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, notes market research firm Frost & Sullivan.
Enterprises face myriad security challenges from mobile devices, and it's only going to get worse with the Internet of Things, a panel of vendors warned at CTIA's Super Mobility Week.
Enterprises are facing increasing security risks from attackers, malicious insiders and new technologies that improve productivity but also open up security holes. Gartner advises enterprises to consider deploying the latest security technology to combat these threats.
Enterprises will make up a whopping 97 percent of the $4.3 billion femtocell market in 2019, far outpacing residential femtocells, according to the latest stats from ABI Research.
Enterprises continue to be the leading target for distributed denial of service attacks, with 127 reported in the third quarter of 2013, according to Akamai's quarterly State of the Internet Report.
Today, I came across some good BYOD advice from the UK Information Commissioner's Office, which I thought I would share with you.
Enterprise use of femtocells, which are small, low-power base stations that beef up indoor wireless coverage, is driving growth in the femtocell gear market, according to the latest stats from Infonetics Research.