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On-Demand Webcast: The Software-Defined Future: How the SD phenomenon is driving business trends like social, cloud, analytics, and mobility
There once was a time when every enterprise application was locked to a physical server. Scaling to handle more users required forklifts to move in new boxes. Today, of course, ser...
Okta is bringing its identity management experience to mobile device security. Find out the details in this review.
If your workforce wants mobile collaboration, be prepared to crack your organization's mobile collaboration code first.
Recent Bluebox Security research reinforces the role that CAs play in mobile device security.
Google's BeyondCorp security model verifies people and devices before allowing access to applications. It might even prompt you to rethink your organization's security.
You are looking for a mobile business strategy that enables your mobile workforce while providing security, control, and compliance for the devise, apps, and content. You need the ...
Will Kelly gets some insights from mobile security and cloud experts about how contractors may or may not impact your BYOD policies and security.
Most messaging apps are advertised as secure. The Electronic Frontier Foundation decided to verify those claims and then put its findings in a scoreboard. See which apps pass with ...
The augmented reality future is now for workers using 3D smart glasses in healthcare, warehousing, construction, and oil and gas industries, notes Atheer Labs CEO Alberto Torres.
On Wednesday, April 22, Google hosted its first ever Chrome Live event, focused on Chrome for Work. Here's what you need to know.