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What are the downsides to BYOD in the enterprise?
“Without the right policies, and the IT infrastructure to back those policies up, organisations' BYOD policies can lead to disaster.”
Fortinet: The case for internal firewalls
Fortinet protects data from attacks originating inside the datacentre, as today it is not enough to protect against just external intruders.
New case study reveals benefits of BYOD collaboration in schools
“With tech becoming commonplace in the classroom, we have found a way to use that to our advantage to create a more engaging learning environment."
VPN and BYOD: what are the risks?
“The problem is, most enterprises don’t realise that private, inexpensive VPN alternatives offered to consumers are not adequate for business use."
Are smartphones distracting our students?
Personal devices are being banned in classrooms due to teacher’s fears they are distracting, although many recognise they will be central to learning.
Is BYOD in the classroom too much of a distraction?
A new study has revealed some teachers are banning personal devices for fear of distraction, despite recognising they may be central for learning.
The Year of Mobile Collaboration: What to Expect in 2016
IDC and AT&T discuss the new age of the mobile worker population and it's impact on modern business
BYOD and you: How to successfully bring tech into the classroom
The BYOD trend has the ability to bring many benefits to schools but it also has the potential to cause significant disruption.
Five steps to maximise BYOD benefits without compromising data
The right technology and systems can ensure companies make the most of BYOD without compromising data.
BYOD and UC&C adoption shows no sign of slowing down
In recent years, BYOD has blossomed in the consumer space and proceeded to move steadfastly into professional settings, disrupting the traditional wor
Encryption: The answer to the enterprise mobility problem
Mobility brings opportunities to businesses, enabling employees to work and collaborate from anywhere in the world, but it also brings up new threats.
BYOD demands putting more pressure on wireless infrastructure
“Additional demands on wireless have created more pressure to redesign and upgrade wireless infrastructure to provide more bandwidth at higher rates."
Enterprise mobility management market set to quadruple
Enterprise mobility management software market is expected to quadruple over the next 4 years, with opportunities for fastest growth coming from APAC.
Schools need to be ready for the tsunami of 'digital change'
Pakuranga College in Auckland will be exploring the key issues facing schools when implementing eLearning/BYOD programmes with an ELearning summit.
BYOD data usage costing enterprises
“Visibility into data usage is of interest since most organisations pick up the tab without knowing what amount is actually being used for business."
Ricoh: organisations must adapt to suit mobile workforce
"Organisations stand on the cusp of a new age in workplace mobility and connectivity."
BYOD market to reach $266 billion by 2019
The Bring Your Own Device and enterprise mobility market is forecasted to grow from $71.93 billion in 2013 to $266.17 billion in 2019.
Wi-Fi networks more important now than ever before
Increased adoption of the Internet of Things and Bring Your Own Device is resulting in growing demands for Wi-Fi networks.
Why digital technologies are used for learning
Digital technologies offer new opportunities for teachers and education leaders, and new ways for parents and communities to contribute to learning.
Many businesses still lagging behind in BYOD adoption
Nearly a third of companies still do not actively support a BYOD programme, despite the fact that mobility and remote working are growing trends.
Technology: Just one part of the security problem
“As organisations embrace cloud computing and mobile technology solutions, they have extended the security perimeter, creating new considerations.'
Fortinet snaps up Meru; launches BYOD service
Fortinet is the latest company in acquisition mode, announcing it will acquire Wi-Fi networking company Meru Networks, in a US$44 million deal.
Mobility moves from BYOD to business transformation
Australia is at the forefront of enterprise mobility maturity and vision with BYOD solved and companies seeking complex business transformation.
Disaster recovery: version 2.0 of online back up?
Data is becoming more and more vital for businesses, and it is becoming even more difficult to protect that data.