Mobile Technology News

Enterprise mobile technology is becoming essential in today's increasingly connected world. A deep understanding mobile and wireless technology is crucial for unlocking its tremendous potential. Read the latest in mobile technology and wireless news below:

Is this the future? Microsoft suggests swapping phones for PCs

We’ve all heard theories that someday the phones in our pockets would replace the computers at our desks. Obviously that hasn’t happened yet, but could the change be coming? 

Malicious code sneaks through App Store’s defenses

Usually when you hear about malicious applications, it’s a case of hackers evading Google Play’s defenses. But it was recently discovered thousands of App Store apps have potential security flaws. 

3 new developments in ransomware could spell trouble

The cyberattack that holds devices and information for ransom is only getting more popular with attackers. Find out what’s changing in ransomware, and whether your users should actually be concerned. 

10 keys for a BYOD policy that won’t get you sued

At first, BYOD was something a few brave companies were giving a shot. Then it became a nice way to get users off corporate devices. Now company phones are rare and BYOD is becoming the norm. What’s the next hurdle for Bring Your Own Device? Keeping it from becoming a legal liability. 

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Lock screen flaw found in Android devices

One of the most basic security steps for mobile devices turns out not to be secure after all. 

Why remote support is more crucial than ever

It appears working from home has finally reached the tipping point, with three-quarters of employees saying that’s where they feel most productive. But is this really a secure option? 

iOS malware affects jailbroken phones

iPhone users who were looking to free themselves from some of Apple’s restrictions could find their phones infected with malware – and paying a hefty price, according to reports. 

Companies still aren’t ready for the risks of a mobile workforce

Believe it or not, it’s been almost ten years since the iPhone’s introduction. While that wasn’t the first smartphone by any means, it marked a serious change in the IT landscape: Suddenly, mobile devices were everywhere, and company data was on them. 

Android apps put passwords at risk: Where developers came up short

An app security company has found that several big-name applications on the Android operating system are putting users’ passwords at risk. 

LastPass hacked, highlighting yet another password weakness

Password managers are seen as a savior for many companies. They allow users to make more complicated and unique passwords without having to remember them every single time they go to a website.