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BYOD and its Impact on Enterprise Mobility Market
   Tue Oct 16, 2012 12:58 pm

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Permanent LinkPosted: Tue Oct 16, 2012 12:58 pm 
Many CIOs (Chief Information Officers) look back to the early days of enterprise mobility as the good old days, when things were just so much simpler for them. There were few mobility devices and fewer platforms, which made it much easier to implement security solutions. Most of the enterprise employees were baby boomers and the attempts to circumvent company security were much fewer. In those early days, the mobility devices were mostly company owned and provided to the employees for carrying out the company’s work. The cost of buying and maintaining such devices was considered to be a necessary evil by most companies in those days. At that point, few people could have predicted that there was a storm coming.

The storm came with the introduction of the first Apple iPhone, intensified with the advent of devices powered by Google’s android and the whole enterprise mobility landscape started to change at a rapid pace. The availability of iPhone and Android powered devices, which were cap...

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Since the early days of enterprise mobility, IT departments all over the world have grappled with how to control accessibility of emerging mobility devices and what kind of action can help prevent unauthorized access of enterprise data even if a device is lost or stolen. These have been burning questions for IT departments worldwide and many organizational have come up with techniques to handle the possibility of network security breaches. Some of the common methods of combating the risk associated with implementing enterprise mobility at the workplace include: enforcement of password policies for connecting to network and accessing information; configuring a device for remote wipe prior to allowing its use on the enterprise network; enforcement of VPN (Virtual Private Networks) for connections between enterprise servers and mobile devices. However in the ever changing IT and mobile solutions market, the flooding of new devices led...

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Permanent LinkPosted: Fri Sep 07, 2012 1:58 pm 
In today’s digital age information is power and all critical information is currently stored on protected servers operated by companies themselves or by 3rd party operators. If a company cannot protect its data from access by unauthorized individuals, the result can be devastating for the company itself as well as all vendors and stakeholders involved with the company. Such critical data which are usually protected using leading information security services can be used by unauthorized individuals to commit crimes such as insider trading, tender fixing etc. Countries all over the world have laws to prevent such unauthorized data access and non-compliance with the guidelines is cognizable offence with the companies paying hefty fines to the government, if the data security measures are breached. However, a common question that arises is how to companies ensure that their data stays protected from access by unauthorized individuals. Some of the security solutions designed to ensure proper d...

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