Financial transactions on smart phones and other mobile devices aren’t only becoming more popular with consumers, they are also becoming bigger targets for cyberthieves, says Alan Dabbiere, chairman of AirWatch, an enterprise mobile device management vendor.
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A lot of businesses trust cloud sync-and-store provider Box, but they trust a lot of other solutions, too, for things like identity, data loss protection and digital rights management.
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VMware acquires AirWatch for $1.5B—Atlanta tech industry poster-boy and IPO candidate AirWatch cashed out. The Sandy Springs-based mobile device management firm was acquired by Palo Alto-based VMware for $1.54 billion in cash and stock. Atlanta became the base for VMware’s mobile security division.
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In today’s day and age mobile technology is more prevalent than ever before. Consumers are taking time to boot up the old desktop less often as their smartphone and/or tablet gives them access to most things their PC does, but this isn’t just a trend, and it doesn’t only effect consumers.
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It looks like some U.S. Marshals Service personnel are getting an early holiday present. The agency is switching employees from BlackBerrys to iPhones, during the 2015 federal fiscal year that started in October, according to contracting documents.
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Alan Dabbiere, chairman and co-founder of mobile device management specialist AirWatch, is an enthusiast about the life-changing convenience of Internet of Things (IoT) technology, but stresses the importance of ensuring personal data use is transparent to the consumer and, above all, secure.
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Hey CIO, get with the program. Employees are accessing your content remotely. And though they may be using the service you’ve told them to use, they’re probably using something else too. We’ve seen surveys that say that the average employee uses three to five file sharing solutions.
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Some CIOs are opting for a Company Owned, Personally Enabled approach to managing mobile devices in the enterprise. COPE creates a tricky scenario, however, because IT is asking employees to trust them to do the right thing with a device that the company owns.
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Bring your own device (BYOD) has become an accepted practice in business. Gartner predicts that by 2017, half of all employers will require workers to supply their own devices for work. Yet there are mixed reports about whether BYOD actually saves businesses money.
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Paul McRae, Director of Business Development for Healthcare Solutions with AirWatch, shares perspectives with The Healthcare Insider.
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