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Five Tips For Successful Enterprise BYOD Implementation

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies continue to be a top choice in the workplace due to the flexibility and ease of use they afford end users. Indeed, a recent AirWatch survey found 50 percent of organizations now offer a BYOD program.

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The week in security: Old malware continues onslaught as new devices found vulnerable

A broad study of equipment firmware found poor security practices are rife, with weaknesses presenting new opportunities for hackers to exploit the emerging ‘Internet of Things’.

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Colleges Expand into Mobile Content Management

Campus IT staffs start slowly with basic mobile device management and branch out into securing data.

Read the article on EdTech: Focus on Higher Education

Unlock Your Phone With the Whites of Your Eyes

EyeVerify CEO Toby Rush discusses how his company’s software can help protect smartphones, innovation in mobile security and the future of biometrics.

Watch the video on Bloomberg TV

7 IT Best Practices for 1-to-1 Districts

CTOs and directors of technology share the lessons they’ve learned in rolling out devices to every student and teacher.

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AirWatch Secure Content Locker certified by Australian Signals Directorate

The Australian Signals Directorate (ASD) has certified the security of the AirWatch Secure Content Locker for Apple iOS devices.

Read the article on Computerworld Australia

Australian government gives AirWatch security tick of approval

AirWatch by VMware’s Secure Content Locker for iOS devices has achieved protected level security status in Australia.

Read the article on ZDNet

4 experts on how BYOx changed the way company data is managed

The spotlight on corporate data tends to focus on protected information, like financial data or limited access files. But in today’s world of Bring Your Own Anything (BYOx), corporate data can easily mingle with an employee’s personal data, such as family photos, social media accounts and even productivity apps they choose to use for work.

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Giving Teachers Control of MDM

Mobile devices give students instant access to interactive online learning resources, but they also create classroom management challenges for teachers, who can struggle to keep students engaged in the task at hand.

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How One School Prepared to Deploy 800 iPads in Just Two Hours

Immaculata-La Salle High School is in its third year of a 1:1 iPad initiative. Last year’s deployment of the newest devices went off without a hitch. In just two hours, over 800 iPads were fully configured and ready to be rolled out to students and staff. Unfortunately, this hasn’t always been the case.

Read the article on K-12 TechDecisions

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