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What to Do After a Data Breach

Taking the right cybersecurity measures on a daily basis can help reduce the risk of becoming a victim of an online attack. Unfortunately, no matter how much effort you put into securing your data, there’s always at least a 10% risk of having

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Several new phones to launch in 2016

If you decided to pass up on buying a new phone in 2015, you might have done yourself a favor. While there were some good releases over the last 12 months, 2016 is shaping up to be a banner year, with several new launches planned by all the major

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Is Apple’s new iOS 9 right for you?

While more and more iPhone users are installing the new iOS 9, there are still thousands of us holding out on the upgrade as we wait to hear more about it. So if you’re curious to know what kind of new features you’re missing out on, and if there

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Why Your Business Should Go Mobile?

From 2011 to 2012, the world has seen a 103% rise in the use of smartphones. Now, that is a figure to reckon with. It also means more and more people are switching to smartphones. With these smartphones, they shop, they get social and they do their

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5 Ways BYOD Implementation can Go Terribly Wrong

Asking your employees to bring their own device to work seems to be a great idea. It saves cost on hardware, software and even maintenance of devices and it is a great way to allow employees to take their work home with them. When they work on their

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BYOD isn’t all PleasantVille: How Businesses Face BYOD Issues

Over half of the employers should require employees to supply their own mobile device for work purposes by 2017, according to a Gartner’s Study of CIOs. That’s testimony to the fact that there’s a feverish rush to embrace BYOD, which is clearly for

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BYOD, BYOWD, BYOiD: The Devices Shall Roll. What Are You Doing About it?

You don’t have to go caress a crystal ball to know where we are going with the influx of devices that users will now own and use at work. By 2016, more than 200 million personally owned smartphones and tablets would enter the workplace. The

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Mobile Virtualization: Does it Make Sense for Your Business?

What do you get when you embrace the BYOD movement, and let everyone use Android-based phone at the enterprise, for instance? You get “Enterproid Devices”. It’s might sound like a fancy name, as of this writing, but it’s likely that this will be a

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BYOD: Is it as Good As It's Made out to Be?

We foresaw that BYOD would be a big trend and that it’d be next to impossible to stop the phenomenon from happening. We, however, also take new trends with a pinch of salt. We believe that he world of technology runs like god plays dice and so not

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Mobile Device Management: We Don’t Think it’ll Last

When you saw hundreds of thousands of Blackberry handsets in the hands of roving executives, it’d have been obvious to many (and certainly for users of such mobile devices), that Mobile Device Management was an important part of IT management for

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