A recent survey has some news that likely won’t be a shock to most technology pros: Younger employees typically have no qualms about breaking IT policies that they don’t agree with. But there was another finding that could give IT managers some hope.
Many data security breaches are blamed on user mistakes. But IT’s security strategy is often to blame for those errors.
Everyone in IT knows that the field is changing. In this guest post, David Walker lists some of the critical skills IT managers will need to stay successful.
Many IT departments are worried about the risks of allowing users to bring their own devices into work. But some reports say it’ll soon become risky for companies to not allow BYOD.
While most organizations are still figuring out the best ways to support smartphones, many IT departments are struggling to keep up and begin supporting tablets in business.
Many companies have been thrown into BYOD and have started allowing personal devices in the workplace without really developing a strategy.
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.
While more companies are starting to allow and manage personal mobile devices at work, nearly half of firms still don’t have a plan for BYOD security, according to a recent survey.