The U.S. Department of Agriculture is drafting a BYOD strategy, which our sister publication FierceMobileGovernment reported on.
Microsoft is teaming with enterprise mobility management firm Good Technology to provide the first containerized version of its Dynamics customer relationship management mobile app.
In an era of mobile and remote workers, The Sixth Flag has stepped up to the plate and offered a secure way to access corporate content remotely through the cloud.
Bad behavior is not just an issue regarding employees. It can also be an issue with mobile apps coming into your workplace.
Microsoft has inked agreements with Samsung, Dell and nine other manufacturers to preinstall its Office software as well as its OneNote, OneDrive and Skype on Android devices.
An attacker could exploit vulnerabilities in SAP mobile medical apps to gain access to confidential patient information, warned security researchers at ERPScan in an advisory.
A number of recent court cases have clarified some of the legal issues around BYOD, observed Amanda Towney, an associate at the law firm of DLA Piper.
Leaky mobile apps, not mobile malware, pose the greatest mobile threat to the enterprise, according to Andrew Hoog, CEO of NowSecure, a maker of mobile app security testing products.
Employees are using their personal mobile devices to "work around" restrictions that prevent the use of corporate laptops to watch streaming video of the NCAA basketball tournament games. This can open up the company to security threats and can impact network performance, according to a survey of more than 350 IT pros by IT staffing firm TEKsystems.
Enterprises large and small are at risk from insecure mobile apps and mobile malware, particularly those that allow employees to bring their own devices to work. To give IT tools to combat these threat, IBM is bringing together technology from two of its recent acquisitions--Fiberlink and Trusteer.