BYOD

Microsoft launches Surface enterprise assault with cautious approach
Just over three months after the official Malaysian entry of Microsoft’s Surface line of devices, the company has launched its commercial expansion phase with six new authorised resellers.
CA Technologies aims to help CIO harness ‘disruptive technologies’
CA Technologies is urging CIOs in Malaysia to embrace disruptive technologies such as cloud, mobile, social, and big data, and put IT in the driver’s seat to create business innovation.
Sophos MDM delivers immediate support for iOS 7
Sophos said that its mobile device management and security platform Sophos Mobile Control (SMC) will immediately support iOS 7, Apple’s latest mobile operating system.
Cloud stoking demand for network security in Asia Pacific: Frost & Sullivan
Virtualisation and the popularity of cloud computing have thrown up numerous challenges for enterprise networks, with threat exposure being one of them. The spurt in security requirements saw the Asia Pacific network security market grow by 5.7% in 2012 year-on-year and 7% quarter-on-quarter in Q2 2012.
Private sector hunkers down, but govt IT budgets rise: Gartner
Despite a continuing drive to lower the cost of IT services, nearly 75% of government IT budgets globally were reported as flat or increasing in 2013, according to the Gartner Executive Programmes 2013 CIO Agenda survey.
Securing enterprise mobility in Malaysia’s BYOD world
As employees bring their smartphones and tablets into the workplace to access the corporate network, business applications and enterprise data, it is essential for IT teams to improve security of the multiple access points, writes Mark Micallef of Citrix.
BYOD in colleges: Sunway uses Ruckus WiFi for its campus network
The Sunway Education Group has selected Ruckus Smart WiFi solutions to build a campus-wide wireless infrastructure to enable more than 12,000 students to access educational software applications via the school’s virtual network.
U Mobile’s ‘share one, share all’ Internet plan
U Mobile has launched its Internet Share Plan, claiming it was the first telco in Malaysia to offer data sharing.
Intense competition seals IT-marketing partnerships
Asian C-suite executives are making investments to build a more secured IT infrastructure, address an increasingly complex IT+business environment, and tackle talent shortage in an intensively competitive marketplace, writes IDC's Sandra Ng.
Aruba Networks gets ClearPass at IIUM
Aruba Networks Inc has announced that the International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM) is deploying the company’s enterprise-grade Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) solution to manage the mobile devices of over 10,000 users.
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