According to Gartner, nearly 2.2 billion smartphones and tablets will be sold to end users in 2014. And it’s a good bet that most of them will wind up housing at least some data that belongs to the device owner’s employer.
Nestled in the rolling hills of southern Indiana, Floyd County Indiana is home to the first public high school in the state – New Albany High School, founded in 1853.
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In the beginning, words and images were created by hand. The process was slow and difficult, and written documents were expensive and highly prized.
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It seems that every day brings a new, attention-grabbing headline about the speed at which tablets (iPad, Android, and Windows Surface) are taking over classrooms. But are headlines like these really indicative of what’s happening in U.S. schools?
Breezy, the leading provider of secure mobile device print solutions, has been added as a sponsor to the AirWatch Connect 2013 User Group Conference this week in Atlanta.
Two recent surveys confirm what many IT managers have long suspected: if employees are unhappy with company policies on mobile devices or strict mobile security policies that they see as hindering their ability to get work done, they will find a way around the policies so that they can use unsecured devices to access company files.
Forrester Research Analyst Michael O’Grady says that if you don’t own a tablet yet, you probably will soon. In a new forecast on the tablet market, O’Grady and his team predict that 6 out of 10 consumers in North America will own a tablet by the year 2017. Worldwide, the report predicts sales of tablets will reach 381 units in 2017, resulting in a global installed base of 905 million units.