While firms are concerned that BYOD means more security risks, employees worry that it means more overtime.
Manufacturers' increasing use of wireless technology is improving productivity but also increasing security risks, warns IHS Technology.
The BYOD trend gaining traction across enterprises isn't a strategy and it certainly isn't something chief information officers should sign off on, warns an IT security mogul.
Most employees with mobile devices who commute on public transportation use public Wi-Fi connections to access the corporate network, according to a survey of 1,000 U.S. office workers conducted by Opinion Matters for GFI Software.
Roughly one million malicious or high-risk Android apps are expected to be introduced into the enterprise this year, according to an Infonetics Research's mobile security report, which was based on a survey of decision makers at 103 medium and large enterprises in North America.