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Enterprise Mobile Security: Does a New Study Expose EMM’s Limits?

Posted on Tue, Apr 21, 2015

A new study conducted by Decisive Analytics for CUPP Computing shows that across the U.S., Europe, and Asia the majority (68%) of enterprise IT decision makers say that preventing or mitigating targeted attacks is the single most urgent mobile security priority, closely followed by achieving and maintaining regulatory compliance (66%).

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Tags: IT security, Breezy, EMM, enterprise mobility security

Mobile Security Demographics: High-Paid Young Men are Riskier

Posted on Thu, Apr 16, 2015

Aruba Networks is calling for businesses worldwide to take action as a new mobile security risk report reveals that businesses are ill prepared for the high-risk, high-growth mindset of what it calls the #GenMobile workforce, creating alarming disparity around security practices in the corporate world. The chasm that is exposed between age, gender, income level, industry and geographic location has a direct effect on the security of corporate data.

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Tags: data security, mobile device security,, new mobile security threats 2015, Aruba Networks

Pentagon, White House Moving to BYOD

Posted on Tue, Apr 14, 2015

This summer, the Defense Department is launching a bring your own device (BYOD) pilot program at the Pentagon. It’s the latest in a series of high-profile government departments to change a long-standing policy barring government employees in many departments from bringing personally owned devices to work. The Pentagon’s BYOD pilot will involve users within the DoD headquarters staff and will help evaluate the security concerns of using personal devices at work, DoD CIO Terry Halvorsen said in a March 18 call with reporters.

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Tags: BYOD security, BYOD planning, Pentagon, Federal government IT, White House, White House Digital Government Strategy, mobility planning for U.S. federal government

Mobile Threat Report: 391% Increase in Malicious Apps

Posted on Thu, Apr 09, 2015

A new report released yesterday by the Pulse Secure Mobile Threat Center analyzed threats to the enterprise during 2014 from mobile devices. The report, available for download here, found nearly a million (931,620) unique malicious applications during 2014 – a 391% increase over 2013.

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Tags: Android, mobile device security,, BYOD security

Why Email is a Hot IT Topic Again

Posted on Tue, Apr 07, 2015

The first email was sent by Ray Tomlinson to himself in 1971, and it’s been the workhorse powering corporate IT for decades. But lately, many CIOs and IT staffs are taking a closer look at email again. Now that most employees are connected to email around the clock, the once nearly-forgotten workhorse has become a hot topic in IT circles again.

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Tags: secure mobile printing, email printing from smartphones, how to email a document to a printer, email printing

Texas BYOD Case’s Important Lessons for Employers & Employees

Posted on Thu, Apr 02, 2015

(Note: This article was written by Carl Spataro for the MobileIron blog, and was originally published on that blog on March 27, 2015. It is reprinted here with permission, because we think the information it contains is important for anyone concerned with issues of mobile device security, privacy, and management.)

A recent Texas case holds several simple but important lessons for implementing BYOD (mobile) policies for employers and employees alike. In Rajaee v Design Tech Homes et al., (Dist. Court, SD Texas, 2014), Saman Rajaee sued his employer, Design Tech Homes, for remote wiping personal data from his iPhone shortly after Rajaee gave notice of resignation. Rajaee cited violations of both federal and state law. Although the case was dismissed in federal court, the state court claims are still pending.

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Tags: CFAA, MobileIron, BYOD, privacy, BYOD planning

Why We Hate Our Printers (And How to Love Them Again)

Posted on Tue, Mar 31, 2015

Last week, Wall Street Journal Personal Technology reporter Joanna Stern said what we all think when she wrote, “I want to kill my printer. I have come to believe that living inside the machine is a tiny demon whose sole purpose is to torture me with paper jams and failed wireless connections. When things are working, it chugs my $50 ink like it’s an open bar. So, yes, I repeatedly think about taking a baseball bat to the possessed plastic contraption.

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Tags: secure mobile printing, iPad printing, printing, iPhone printing, printer management, printer drivers, Android printing

66% of Businesses Rely on Android, But 40% Worry about Security

Posted on Fri, Mar 20, 2015

According to a new study from SOTI, more than two-thirds of global businesses consider mobile devices running some variation of the Android operations system to be integral to daily operations. At the same time, 40% of those businesses still have concerns over how secure Android devices really are.

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Tags: Android, print from android phone, IDC, Android smartphones, SOTI

Is Mobile Device Spying Revealing Your Company’s Secrets?

Posted on Tue, Mar 17, 2015

How much information about your company’s employees, processes, and daily operations is being revealed to outsiders through the mobile devices carried by your employees? According to new data from two different sources, it’s probably a lot more than you think.

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Tags: mobile security, EMM, mobile device security,, enterprise mobility management, spyware

InfoTrends Announces New Study on Mobile Device Impact on Print

Posted on Thu, Mar 12, 2015

InfoTrends, one of the largest worldwide market research companies, announced a new study at the end of February called Mobile Devices and the Impact on Print. According to InfoTrends analyst John Shane, there is ample evidence to suggest that many mobile device users want to print from their devices, but find it too difficult to do so.

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Tags: secure printing, secure mobile printing, mobile device productivity, InfoTrends

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