Category Archives: BYOD

Understanding the rise of DevSecOps

DevSecOps is an innovative application development strategy meant to yield agile yet sturdy software.

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Mobile data security threats enterprises should address in 2018

Internal IT stakeholders must familiarize themselves with the particular mobile security risks they may face throughout 2018 and beyond.

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Why The Human Element Is A Security Concern

Companies who don’t take the human element into account when assessing their IT modernization and integration requirements could be leaving themselves open to a potential data breach.

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Essential enterprise IT predictions for 2018

Here are some of the essential enterprise IT predictions for 2018.

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BYOD security: One password is not enough

Passwords alone cannot protect BYOD devices and infrastructure.

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Essential data security strategies for enterprise wearable adopters

Modern enterprises considering taking advantage of wearable enterprise devices must allocate significant resources toward developing and deploying new data security strategies designed to protect these vulnerable fixtures.

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Java at the center of massive Equifax hack

An Apache Struts vulnerability is at the root of the massive Equifax hack.

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Understanding the common pitfalls of BYOD

Prospective adopters should gain an understanding of the roadblocks that can materialize during BYOD implementation and develop the appropriate preemptive strategies needed to address them.

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Is COPE the right mobile strategy for your organization?

Many businesses unable to take full advantage of BYOD have turned to corporately-owned, personally-enabled mobile strategies.

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Is 5G coming to the enterprise?

Fifth-generation wireless technology may soon be available for the enterprise, but businesses should modernize first.

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