Concerns about corporate information leaving the data center shouldn't hold you back from letting employees use cloud productivity apps, but you have to trust your employees and cloud service providers to do the right thing.
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Samsung has made strides in making Android enterprise-ready, but the operating system remains too fragmented for most organizations to standardize on.
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If your organization lets employees bring their own smartphones and tablets to work, policies and procedures must be in place to mitigate BYOD security risks by controlling data and network access.
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NEW YORK -- Administrators spend a lot of time trying to resist end users' whims, but the consumerization of IT is not just a passing phase.
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IT administrators can mitigate many of the mobile data security risks associated with mobile devices and applications by instituting best practices and native security measures.
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Lack of enterprise adoption of Windows 8 and the anemic response to Windows RT has overshadowed the fragile inroad that some Windows-based tablets have made in the enterprise.
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The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 features many advantages over the typical smartphone, including speed and battery life. But its large design is only an asset for some workers. For others, the bulky device is just too big.
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Having mobile device policies in place can make handling users' devices easier, but you have to implement them well and get users on board. Guide | SearchConsumerization.com
Before allowing employees to use their own smartphones and tablets, organizations should have a clear understanding of BYOD pros and cons and their potential long-term effects.
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