BYOD

Dell aims at BYOD challenge with mobile management offering
Dell Software has announced a limited release of Dell KACE’s K3000 Mobile Management Appliance, which it claimed helps IT managers solve the challenges posed by the proliferation of mobile devices in the workplace.
BYOD still has some way to go
BYOD has been the buzzword this year in the enterprise world. Some enterprises, especially MNCs, have developed policies to embrace the trend, but the support is not there, says one survey by Ovum. The road to further adoption could still be far off, argues Edwin Yapp.
AsiaPac up on BYOD cost-savings, down on innovation benefits
According to a recent report by analyst firm Ovum, the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend is becoming very popular among multinational corporations (MNCs) in Asia Pacific, with over 70% of surveyed companies saying they already have policies to support approved employee-owned devices.
Malaysia’s ICT spend to surpass US$10bil, but challenges abound
Malaysia's information and communications technology sector spending is expected to breach the US$10-billion mark for the first time in its history, according to a recent forecast by analyst firm IDC.
Trend Micro offers extra protection for social media users
Trend Micro Inc has launched the Titanium 2013 family of security software, with extra personal data protection for social media users.
Security as a business enabler, not a bottleneck
For many companies, security is about restricting access to, and putting up walls around, sensitive data and systems. But for vendors in the identity management space, providing the right kind of access to the right kind of information to the right people actually opens up business opportunities.
Asia Pacific IT spending to hit US$743bil in 2013: Gartner
IT spending in Asia Pacific is forecast to reach US$743 billion in 2013, an increase of 7.9% over 2012, according to Gartner Inc. In 2012, IT spending in Asia Pacific is on pace to grow 7.6%.
Time to get serious about BYOD
Citrix Systems' chief security strategist Kurt Roemer sits down with Digital News Asia to share his thoughts on securing enterprise environments in bring your own device (BYOD) age.
Bring your own danger with Google Play: Survey
More than 100,000 Android apps may pose security risks to organizations and attempts to secure bring your own device (BYOD) environments, according to a new study by endpoint security solutions provider Bit9.
With new network OS, Fortinet offers better protection
Fortinet has announced the availability of FortiOS 5.0, the network security firm’s operating system for all FortiGate integrated security platforms, aimed at providing better protection against today’s advanced threats.
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