Anita Karvé, Principal, AlphaNova Group, 12/12/2013 Comment now
With more and more employees bringing personal devices to work, and more and more companies supporting them, naturally mobile security is high on the list for most IT departments. And as enterprises lock down their networks and create strict BYOD policies to keep corporate data safe, studies have shown that it's the mobile apps themselves that are the ...
I like a good mobile backend -- and I am not talking about twerking videos. When it is provided via the cloud it is called backend-as-a-service (BaaS), and one of the most well established players in that field is Kinvey.
Tapping into a network cable requires both skill and physical access. Mobile device eavesdropping, on the other hand, requires only skill, since wireless signals are transmitted out in the open, ready to be snatched out of the air.
Securing mobile devices with multi-modal biometrics encryption, partitioning, and multi-role access controls is the norm. Critical information containing encrypted company and biometrics data about you is stored in the protected partition of your mobile device.
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Documents are part of just about every business process across organizations of all sizes. The "bring your own device" (BYOD) trend is going to bring some profound changes to how corporations author those documents.
Over the Thanksgiving holiday I caved and bought a new Moto X smartphone from Motorola Mobility Inc. (NYSE: MMI). I know, I know -- I had promised myself I would hold out until Verizon got the new Nokia Lumia 1020 before upgrading, but an Amazon Black Friday deal on Thursday was just too good to pass up.
The Internet of Things is making the real-time adjustments of business processes and resources possible. The information flow from networked sensors, embedded in workflows of enterprises, is the lever to control business processes and ensure prompt service delivery. Enterprises were laggards in the adoption of mobile applications, but M2M-related ...