Bring your own device (BYOD) refers to the policy of permitting employees to bring personally-owned mobile devices (laptops, tablets, and smart phones) to their workplace, and use those devices to access company information and applications.
Nearly three quarters of IT professionals in Canada feel strongly that some of their security solutions are outdated and inadequate, according to a Citrix report. Citrix's latest security report, "The Need for a
The Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend is growing, and it's growing steadily, and security options regarding personal devices in the workplace has been lagging behind. Avast Mobile Enterprise has been following this
Channel partners should keep an eye on the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend considering the latest growth figures. According to a new report from MarketsandMarkets, the BYOD along with enterprise mobility market
Dell Security has announced version 8.5 of its SonicWALL Secure Mobile Access 100 Series OS, with improvements to security, mobile access and role-based privileges. Version 8.5 features policy-enforced SSL VPN management tools to
What does it take to digitize an entire airline? Time, apparently, and heaps upon heaps of devices. At the inaugural SOTI Sync conference in Toronto, Greg Perley, senior infrastructure team lead at American
TORONTO, ON - It looks like SOTI wants to become a household name, albeit one associated with Canada. At its first ever SYNC conference in downtown Toronto, the Mississauga, ON-based enterprise mobile management (EMM)
Less than half a year following its acquisition of Israel-based security company WatchDox, BlackBerry is at it again. This time, the Canadian smartphone maker has acquired former rival Good Technology, which offers secure
Tech distributor Ingram Micro has partnered with two more IT providers this week to bring their solutions to market, which include services in secure messaging, virtual private network, network access control, and mobile security.
Las Vegas, NV – IBM has announced an update to its MobileFirst platform that makes the app-building solution modular, cross-platform and more secure than even BlackBerry’s offering. “The BlackBerry security experience is somewhat