The summer product release introduces powerful new capabilities that protect enterprise data in the app, in the network, and in the cloud. The shift of the modern enterprise to mobile and cloud has forced a rethink of enterprise security fundamentals. Now MobileIron allows enterprises to accelerate mobile adoption and business transformation while effectively protecting...Read More →
The release of Windows 10 is more than just another OS upgrade; it’s part of a whole new era of computing for the modern enterprise. For the past few decades, legacy IT infrastructures have been structured around the Windows desktop and an IT-centric management model.
Apple's annual Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) brings together app developers from around the world to learn what new things Apple will be adding to iOS and OS X. With the addition of watchOS, app developers can now plan and develop their apps with three platforms. The combining of Apple's developer programs into a single developer program...Read More →
One of the major differences between traditional enterprise PC deployments and mobile is that IT no longer controls the update process. In the traditional PC world that has dominated enterprise computing for decades, IT...Read More →
A group of vulnerabilities were announced by team of researchers at Indiana University targeting Apple’s OS X and iOS. It has been referred to as XARA, which based on the white paper stands for “Unauthorized Cross-App Resource Access” and outlines vulnerabilities and methods for accessing information in a legitimate App through interception locally on the device...Read More →
It’s been a few days since our Mobile First Conference wrapped up on Friday. Like many attendees, I’m still processing the incredible experience. My post from the conference last week focused on the keynote, which included presentations by Microsoft, Google, Samsung, and Uber, and the overall theme I heard from customers attending the conference — a recognition of the...Read More →
Over the past few weeks, Microsoft, Google, and Apple have held their annual developer conferences. All three companies made major announcements and previewed upcoming versions of their...Read More →