Enterprises today require a comprehensive security solution in a landscape where a perimeter-based approach has been shown to fail, writes Edward Lim of RSA.
Asia Pacific is a fecund market for mobility solutions, and MobileIron wants to ride this trend, expecting the region to be a growth engine for revenue, says its CEO.
Before you jump head first into your BYOD programme, consider a few things to help you establish the right blend of personal preference and workplace functionality, writes Brian Robison of Citrix.
A survey by Parallels indicate that although the majority of analysts polled in the Asia Pacific region prefer a Mac for personal use and are open to using a Mac system in their work environment, their employers have yet to demonstrate support for the use of Mac in the workplace, as well as implement a BYOD policy, writes Eugenio Ferrante.
Big data, security, mobility, private cloud adoption and IT modernisation the top IT trends to look out for in 2015, writes Ng Tian Beng of Dell.
Mobility was a dominant theme last year as smartphone and tablet sales grew exponentially, but one theme connected closely with it that did not receive as much spotlight was security, writes Edwin Yapp.
Mobility is much more than issuing a few tablets or smartphones to employees. Implemented properly, it transforms where, when, and how people work. Citrix’s Mark Micallef shares seven tips on how organisations can kick off their mobility strategies effectively.
Embracing and managing the consumerisation of IT takes a people-centric approach and must go beyond simply allowing people to choose which devices they want to use, writes Felix Foong of Microsoft Malaysia.
As businesses become more globalised, many organisations are leveraging new technologies to give their employees access to information and the corporate network outside the office – which gives rise to new security risks, writes Sophos’ Sumit Bansal, who also offers advice on how to deal with this.
Startups and very small businesses (VSBs) – those with fewer than 25 employees – have the same rate of mobile device adoption as large enterprises. However, most lack the security awareness, technical expertise, and budget needed to properly protect company-issued or employee-owned mobile devices, a Kaspersky Lab survey found.