Each year since 2010, the annual InfoTrends survey of knowledge workers in Europe and the U.S. has reported that workers spend up to half their working hours away from hard-wired network access. This means that they’re relying on wireless access via WiFi, VLAN, or cellular connections to access, share, and print the information they need.Read More
With more than 1.2 billion workers using tablets or smartphones in the course of their everyday jobs – about 75.5% of all employees, according to IDC – and the compound annual growth rate of enterprise spending on tablets expected to be 48% over the next five years according to Veritec, it’s no surprise that companies are scrambling to secure these vital business tools. And they’re doing a good job of minimizing the risks posed by mobile devices, analysts agree, with one glaring exception: printing infrastructures in most American businesses have not kept up with mobile technology.Read More
According to a February 2013 report from Zogby Analytics, nearly 80 percent of American investors say they aren’t likely to invest in companies that have suffered multiple cyber attacks. It’s no wonder, since analysts at the Ponemon Institute estimate that data breaches cost large enterprises an average of $5.4 million per breach and can erode brand value by hundreds of millions of dollars.Read More
When it comes to data security, the most obvious solution is to lock down the choices that employees have. That’s what most companies did a decade or more ago, when Cloud-based solutions were still on the drawing board and it was common for employees to be issued a laptop and BlackBerry for work usage.
Prat Agarwal, director of business development at secure mobile printing leader Breezy, says that in today’s world, the key to a secure environment is locking down data – not vendor choice. There are many reasons that locking down device and software choices no longer work, he says.Read More
The U.K. analyst firm Quocirca warns that a growing gap between how business leaders and their employees view the value of mobile printing is putting many companies at risk of a costly data breach. In fact, the company says that 66% of financial services firms had at least one print-related security breach, and 90% of public sector organizations had at least one data breach related to printing.Read More
This Halloween, the cautionary warning for businesses of all size is: Beware of the cyber ogre!Read More
Frequently, when a prospective buyer contacts Breezy about adding a secure mobile printing solution to their BYOD or EMM solution, we ask them to describe the primary problem that they need to solve. Over time, three primary reasons have emerged.Read More
Secure mobile printing leader Breezy today announced that it has joined OpeanPeak’s SECTOR Network. The addition of the leading Android & iOS secure mobile print app allows global service provider EMM solutions to print without sacrificing security.Read More
Mobile printing is more than cloud printing although the two are often mixed up when bloggers and journalists talk about the category. Mobile printing is the act of printing a file (a document, photo, web page, email or something else) from a mobile device such as a smartphone or tablet on a printer that is probably connected wirelessly to the mobile device.Read More
Everyone in IT knows about BYOD – bring your own (mobile) device. But does your company have a policy and procedure in place to deal with BYOA? Employee use of third-party cloud application services and consumer applications in the workplace is one of the biggest challenges facing IT right now.
According to a recent report from Gartner, this is trend represents such a challenge because more than 75% of mobile apps fail basic security tests. Employees download from app stores and use mobile apps that can access enterprise assets or perform business functions, and many of these apps have little or no security assurances. Well-meaning employees can easily expose themselves to cyberattacks and violations of enterprise security policies.Read More