There is a good chance someone at your company has lost a phone at some point in the past and there’s a good chance you’ve had a laptop or tablet stolen too. As costly as it is to replace a device, the company data on the device is more valuable than the device itself.
People use a lot of terms when they talk about managing devices within companies. Sometimes you hear enroll your device in an MDM (mobile device management) and other times you hear endpoint management or UEM software (universal endpoint management).
We take for granted that between mobile data and WiFi hotspots, you can get online virtually anywhere, virtually anytime. While most people don’t think twice about connecting to WiFi at a coffee shop, store, airport, or hotel, there are WiFi security risks that come with a host of real risks to your privacy and security.
This isn’t your typical first-post-on-a-new-blog post. Usually you read the welcome post and there isn’t much else for a while. Not us. We’re different. This isn’t actually the first post on the blog, it’s the seventh. We knew launching a blog with a single post and
Just because the mail isn’t getting through, doesn’t mean business stops. People still need important documents, contracts, and other confidential information to get to employees, customers, and outside partners with secure file sharing options.
Our two-part series on BYOD (part 1 and part 2) was aimed at employers thinking about BYOD and Mobile Device Management (MDM) software, but this post is for you—the employee told that office security will be improved by