Free public WiFi is a godsend for users. It helps them avoid data caps and gives them faster browsing speeds. But a recent report shows how hackers could use it to automatically connect to devices.
Thinking of switching providers for your users’ wireless service? Consumer Reports has some advice for you.
A group of cybercriminals recently stole the e-mail addresses of over 100,000 Apple iPad users from AT&T — without actually having to hack into the company’s network.
If your users send and receive a lot of data on company-issued smartphones, look out — your bills might go up soon.
Since the iPhone was first released, there’s been a disconnect between users who want to use the device for work and IT pros concerned the iPhone doesn’t belong in a business setting. Are IT departments coming around?