Go mobile or go bust? IBM’s David Lee Heyman has five guiding principles for a robust and sustainable mobile strategy.
Singaporean mobile security startup Appknox has raised US$625,000 in a pre-Series A round led by SeedPlus.
It has been a quick fall and a long, still ongoing clamber back up for BlackBerry Ltd, but it hasn’t thrown in the towel yet.
As network quality improves, mobile subscribers globally are placing more importance on customer service and value when choosing an operator, according to Nokia’s 2016 Acquisition and Retention study.
South-East Asia is home to a hodgepodge of developed and emerging markets with growing Internet penetration, but with no real capability in cybersecurity, warns one expert.
BlackBerry Ltd, the struggling Canadian handset maker that once dominated the enterprise market has done what it arguably should have a long time ago: release an Android-powered device. DNA's Keith Liu attended the launch event and used the device for a week to give us his impressions.
Businesses continue to use unsecured devices to house and transmit sensitive corporate data,k which is was what drove infocomm security expert Dr Kwok-Yan Lam and banker and financier Michael Tse to found Soda, a Singapore-based startup that has developed a virtual tokenisation layer to secure mobile devices.
BlackBerry may no longer be a mobile powerhouse but it plans to remain relevant and lead the mobile enterprise security market – through organic growth and acquisitions, as well as an increasing focus on the IoT, Goh Thean Eu reports from the BlackBerry Security Summit in New York.
With new trends like the Internet of Things, big data and mobility, today’s security startups have it tougher than they did a few years ago, and may require the guiding hand of industry veterans, ventured a Singapore Government executive.
US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s use of her personal email account for official business has lessons for businesses in terms of securing their users and devices, writes James Chia of Aruba Networks.