Mobile viruses aren’t the only BYOD security threat companies need to watch for. There may also be legitimate apps that snoop on users’ data more than organizations are probably comfortable with.
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As companies start allowing employees to bring in their personal mobile devices to work, IT departments need to find a way to manage those devices. Here’s a look at some of companies’ most common BYOD management strategies.
Even as many companies are still deciding whether to allow BYOD, a new report says organizations will soon require it.
Along with tips on how to keep mobile devices and data secure, here’s another item companies may want to add to their smartphone training:
As workers become more mobile, IT departments need to take steps to secure smartphones and tablets. But those efforts may be hindered by some incorrect beliefs about mobile security.
As Android viruses and other types of mobile security attacks become more common, researchers have discovered some new methods hackers are using to spread their malware.
Right now, there’s a two-way race between Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android for dominance of the mobile market. But that could change with some brand new mobile operating systems planned for the near future – including the upcoming Ubuntu Touch.
As more mobile devices are brought to work, IT support costs are rising. Here are some keys to keep in mind for effective mobile training that helps cut down on support calls.