One of the biggest security risks associated with traveling users is that their laptops, tablets and other mobile devices will be stolen. What are the most dangerous places to bring laptops?
When IT pros hear “security,” they most likely think about protecting data from cyberattacks. But it’s also important to pay attention to the physical security of sensitive information.
Though many business IT environments remain Windows-only, some experts say it’s time to start supporting Macs – partly because employees are using them anyway.
According to recent studies, cyberattacks on businesses are becoming more frequent – and difficult to prevent.
Next time you give a user a laptop, you may want to include a warning:
There are a lot of common beliefs about prolonging the lives of phone and laptop batteries – but not all of them are true.
Encryption’s long been heralded as one of the most important security tool’s at IT’s disposal. Then why aren’t more companies using it?
Can users in your company securely access data from outside the office? Secure or not, they’re going to try.
While some users may enjoy the summer weather, their computers definitely don’t. Keeping those devices cool is key to extending their lives.