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19
Feb

How to Have Responsible IoT Security

Enterprise adoption of the Internet of Things (IoT) has increased efficiencies and produced amazing amounts of data. More data means businesses can leverage information to be faster and more profitable than their competitors. However, before leaping head first into IoT adoption and digital transformation, enterprises need to be strategic about purpose, use and most of …

12
Feb

Biggest Challenges with Enterprise Mobility Management

Enterprise mobility management initiatives are complicated and can be full of missteps. Unfortunately, threats or mismanagement can quickly derail a mobility management program before it can get started. Below are the top challenges for your enterprise mobility. Fragmentation Enterprise systems are growing more complex with varying mobile devices and operating systems. Organizations, particularly those who …

5
Feb

6 Things About Managed Mobility Service Providers

With the new horizon of IoT adoption and digital transformation, managed mobility service providers are becoming an essential partner. Strong managed mobility service (MMS) providers can organize and optimize mobility expenses. This can free your IT department from mobility management to handle more pressing tasks. Despite the benefits of partnering with an MMS, there can …

29
Jan

The Increasing Shortage of Cybersecurity Professionals

While cybersecurity professionals earn a decent salary, averaging $95,000 a year, there is a sharp shortage available in the workforce. To be exact, there is a shortfall of about 40 percent in the U.S. alone with the shortfall increasing to 3 million positions worldwide. As businesses continues to digitize for efficiencies, they step further into …

22
Jan

Confronting Mobile Device Security Issues

Over ten years ago Apple changed the world forever with their introduction of the smartphone. In that time, smartphones have started replacing desktop and laptop computers, making mobile device security essential to address for enterprises. According to a 2018 Enterprise Mobility Exchange survey, 28 percent of enterprises believed fake wi-fi networks are the largest security …

15
Jan

Increase Cloud Security in a Shared Responsibility Model

Enterprises are accelerating the pace at which they are moving workload to cloud computing solutions. Cloud computing provides a greater cost, scale and speed advantage. However, cloud security remains a concern for enterprises. Especially since both Amazon’s AWS and Microsoft’s Azure follow a Shared Responsibility Model. A Shared Responsibility Model is designed for the vendor …

8
Jan

The Future of Enterprise IoT Adoption

The Internet of Things continues to play a disruptive role in society. IoT adoption is connecting businesses and homes at an exponentially faster rate. Enterprises can continue to maximize the disruptive technology to gain efficiencies, and many still plan to do so. Yet IoT adoption continues to run into delays as reality and ROI are …

26
Dec

5 areas where you are failing in your digital strategy

Technology is rapidly changing the landscape of business. Currently, consumers and employees alike carry small computers in their pockets via smartphones that are more capable than the computer that put a man on the moon. Yet business is failing in digital strategy. If asked, almost every CEO will say digital transformation is necessary. Yet most …

18
Dec

Horizon of digital transformations for 2019

As we approach the end of 2018, there are certain things that have panned out and other things that have failed regarding digital transformations. Cryptocurrencies have skyrocketed and plummeted, along with the underlying disruptive technology of blockchain, and AI continues to preserve. The landscape business is approach with mobility in 2019 is not the same …

11
Dec

Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is melting

If you are using an old cell phone equipped with Google’s Android OS, you probably want to verify which version. Google has announced they will no longer support Android 4.0, also known as Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS). Google made the announcement on its Android Developers Blog that they will be ending support for Android 4.0, …