BYO policies News
December 02, 2015
In this week's blog roundup, networking analysts explore effective packet editing, cite some significant trends in networking and discuss the evolution of BYOD policies.
April 28, 2015
Companies operating in the digital age generate more data than ever before. Storage costs also remain relatively cheap, so many businesses keep data "just in case" it is needed for business purposes or to settle a compliance issue. With so much data to manage, however, establishing a regulatory compliant records management strategy is difficult. New and expanding regulatory compliance requirements are further complicated as consumer-centric mobile technology create new opportunities to expose sensitive information.
In this SearchCompliance handbook, we examine the latest records and information management strategies best suited to modern companies' data needs.
March 04, 2015
As the number of IoT devices in the enterprise grows, so do the potential risks. In this #CIOChat, participants identify the biggest IoT security challenges facing IT and the enterprise.
January 19, 2015
WebView vulnerabilities in older versions of Android are putting the majority of Android devices at risk. Google will not provide patches, forcing enterprises to determine the risk posed by unpatched Android devices.
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As companies embrace mobile devices, they should also introduce guidelines for their use. Learn about bring your own device and other policy types. Continue Reading
Google is beginning to encrypt data by default on its Android devices. Expert Michael Cobb explains how this change will affect enterprise BYOD security. Continue Reading
BYOD is becoming increasingly more complicated as more devices enter the enterprise. Establish policies that can manage the BYOD lifecycle from start to finish. Continue Reading
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As IT teams become tasked to manage connected devices more often, what steps need to be taken to avoid performance and security-related problems? Continue Reading
What are some challenges of implementing BYOD in a UC environment? UC expert Jon Arnold explains the three high-level challenges organizations face with BYOD. Continue Reading
Bring your own device (BYOD) policies are a good way to get mobility off the ground, but they‘re not a magic pill. Every organization needs to clearly lay out its expectations for mobile workers, regardless of who owns their devices, in order to protect data and network access. BYOD policies must account for acceptable use and enterprise mobility management technologies. IT must also be ready for employees who try to get around policies and address privacy concerns. Continue Reading
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With so many mobile security challenges around the bend, admins may worry they'll never see the finish line. IT can achieve security success by staying ahead of the curve. Continue Reading
From version to version, mobile device releases aren't that different. It might make for a boring news cycle, but it keeps prices down and simplifies the learning curve for users and IT. Continue Reading
While a BYOD program may, at first, seem like an easy cost-savings initiative, an organization that hasn't set usage policies and prepared its network may face unexpected costs. Continue Reading
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Expert Julian Weinberger says limiting user VPN access can help enterprises enforce security and BYOD policies and reduce risk at the same time. Continue Reading
Wearable technology has started to creep into the business world, but companies must overcome the data governance complications to reap any benefits. Continue Reading
Tools are now available to IT for a remote wipe of user-owned laptops. But set clear BYOD security policies and inform users. Continue Reading