Mobile Enterprise Management Tools Are Targeted By Spyphones, Researchers Warn – CIO.com

Mobile Enterprise Management Tools Are Targeted By Spyphones, Researchers Warn – CIO.com

Mar 20

Mobile Enterprise Management Tools Are Targeted By Spyphones, Researchers Warn IDG News Service — Enterprises that use mobile device management (MDM) systems to protect their corporate data on employees’ mobile phones are not safe from attacks from spyphones, researchers warned at BlackHat Europe on Thursday. Over the next five years, 65 percent of enterprises will adopt a mobile device...

Verify the Security of Your Mobile Apps – CIO.com

Verify the Security of Your Mobile Apps – CIO.com

Mar 20

Verify the Security of Your Mobile Apps Network World — The enterprise is increasingly turning to mobile app developers for solutions to leverage interest in BYOD.Gartner estimates that 70% of mobile professionals will conduct their work on personal smart devices by 2018. The app development boom has fostered a competitive environment for developers and there is a focus on speed. But In...

Chart of the day: U.S. smartphone market 2005-2012 – Apple 2.0 -Fortune Tech

Chart of the day: U.S. smartphone market 2005-2012 – Apple 2.0 -Fortune Tech

Mar 20

Chart of the day: U.S. smartphone market 2005-2012 By Philip Elmer-DeWitt March 20, 2013: 5:57 PM ET   It’s increasingly a two-platform race — at least for now Click to enlarge. FORTUNE — ComScore released dozens of useful slides in itsMobile Future in Focus“webinar” Wednesday. The one above shows that not once since the iPhone was introduced in 2007 has...

BlackBerry 10 isnt secure enough for the British government update | The Verge

BlackBerry 10 isnt secure enough for the British government update | The Verge

Mar 20

BlackBerry 10 isn’t secure enough for the British government (update) The British government has determined that BlackBerry’s new devices are not secure enough for sensitive work, The Guardian reports. Though BlackBerry’s pedigree shows a focus on enterprise security, its upcoming Z10 and Q10 smartphones didn’t receive clearance from the UK’s Communications...

BlackBerry Chief Deems iOS User Interface Outdated, Praises BlackBerry 10 UI | Redmond Pie

BlackBerry Chief Deems iOS User Interface Outdated, Praises BlackBerry 10 UI | Redmond Pie

Mar 19

BlackBerry Chief Deems iOS User Interface Outdated, Praises BlackBerry 10 UI By Goncalo Ribeiro | March 18th, 2013 Several years back, the BlackBerry was the dominant smartphone platform among consumers and business users, until the iPhone revolutionized the space 6 years ago. One of the main aspects that made the iPhone so relevant was a then-revolutionary and user-friendly touch-based user...

Your Password Is The Crappiest Identity Your Kid Will Ever See – Dark Reading

Your Password Is The Crappiest Identity Your Kid Will Ever See – Dark Reading

Mar 19

Your Password Is The Crappiest Identity Your Kid Will Ever See Ever watch an episode of ‘Mad Men’ and see everyone smoking? Some kid in 2045 will look at their parent and ask, did you really have to enter a password that many times? Mar 18, 2013 | 12:42 PM | By Gunnar Peterson Dark Reading   It’s easy to look back a few decades or centuries and wonder, “Geez, how...

The Power of App Data | How-To | Mobile Enterprise(ME)

The Power of App Data | How-To | Mobile Enterprise(ME)

Mar 18

Posted Date: 3/13/2013 The Power of App Data By Chris Garber, Director of Product Management, Verivo Software Enterprise mobile apps, and therefore the power of enterprise mobility, rely on integration to back-end systems for timely access to data. Just think about all the information that apps get from established systems of record. In addition, a flow from the app back is needed because mobile...

Government needs are redefining what goes into a tablet — GCN

Government needs are redefining what goes into a tablet — GCN

Mar 18

By Greg Crowe Government needs are redefining what goes into a tablet In preparing for an upcoming roundup of tablets for government use, I have been pleased to find government-friendly features such as ruggedness and advanced security are becoming commonplace. But it’s not as if manufacturers have settled on a standard size or set of features. As Agam Shah of Computerworld noted, no one...