Bring Your Own Device
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Worldwide security technologies and services market will climb 8.7 percent to gross US$67.2 billion in 2013, boosted by increasing complexity and number of targeted attacks.
One of the pitfalls of BYOD is not being able to freely install apps on your iOS smartphone or tablet. But what apps do companies regularly blacklist? Can you imagine your smartphone or tablet without Angry Birds installed on it?
Sure, everyone is talking about the BYOD movement -- but a new survey reveals hardly anyone is doing anything about it.
On the face of it, the move to BYOD seems great. Employees get to fondle their shiny smartphones, tablets, and notebooks at work, while the employer gets to save money on hardware. But as with most things, there are pitfalls you have to watch out for.
Today, the internet is everywhere, and we're still getting our minds around what that really means for our personal lives and our businesses.
The semiconductor company is aiming to solve network bottlenecks caused by more and more 4G LTE deployments.
HTC's May revenue tally brings it back to late 2012 levels, but there are a bevy of wild cards. The biggest worry is that HTC's sales going forward will start falling again.
Indian CIOs say they are struggling to securely manage personal devices employees use to access corporate networks and applications, reveals a new survey.
Samsung makes a big leap in customer satisfaction, but it's unclear whether the company can keep it going. Apple still leads the smartphone pack by a wide margin.
Samsung has a winner in the Galaxy Note 8.0. It competes directly with the iPad mini by adding features that Apple can't duplicate.
Over the last few months, several IT companies and telcos have launched desktop virtualization, mobility management and enterprise security tools designed for BYOD.
HP knows hybrids as evidenced by the Envy x2. This summer will see a big Windows hybrid and a high-end Android hybrid from the company.
BlackBerry is having its big hoedown in Orlando this week, and has announced that version 10.1 of the OS will hit the Z10 later this week.
NetApp is turning around some of the products included in its acquisition of ionGrid with a new mobile channel for data access.
HP Software today announced four products that aim to tackle the thorny reality that traditional apps deployment is broken, and that the new requirements make automation and comprehensive management an inescapable necessity.