BYOD can enhance employees' productivity and their willingness to work extra hours, yet there are BYOD pitfalls that companies need to avoid.
Mobile conferencing is on the rise, but not everyone is doing work when they listen in on a conference call using their mobile phone.
Blocking or ignoring BYOD can cause employees to take matters into their own hands, resulting in shadow IT that can pose security risks for the enterprise.
Enterprises in the Asia-Pacific region are increasingly adopting mobility. However, few of those firms have a clear strategy of how to use mobile devices effectively in the workplace, a survey by IDC finds.
The BYOD trend, along with strict regulatory requirements for data retention, is fueling demand for data storage at small and medium-sized businesses, IDC analyst Liz Conner tells PC World.
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Mobile devices infected with malware could compromise mobile point-of-sale terminals, warned researchers with MWR InfoSecurity.
Bitglass, a provider of mobile cloud security for the enterprise, has secured another $25 million in venture capital funding, adding to the $10 million it has already raised, the company announced Tuesday.
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