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Why Do We Have ‘Not Spots’ in UK’s Mobile Coverage?

How many times have you had one of those mobile conversations that constantly dips in and out before communication finally flitters away in to blankness?  Too many, I hear you call!  And it’s not surprising considering the high level of ‘not spots’ in the UK’s mobile coverage. According to Ofcom’s report in January 2015, “coverage […]

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Mobile Security: Do the Basics!

By Allie Philpin As mobile device users, be it for work or personal use, you can’t turn the corner without hearing about the latest threat to the security of our data!  Companies are falling over themselves to provide us with the latest technological innovation that will secure your mobile device better than anything else on […]

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Forget MDM, Says Gartner; it’s Now EMM (or MTM!)

By Allie Philpin We’ve just got used to MDM and now we’re being told to forget that; today’s it’s all about EMM… or is MTM?  So many acronyms you’d be forgiven for struggling to keep up!  Let’s clarify: MDM is Mobile Device Management; EMM is the new term for MDM and stands for Enterprise Mobility […]

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BYOD: Protect Your Data when They’ve Gone

  • By Allie Philpin 
  • Category: Mobility 
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By Allie Philpin Talk about BYOD policies and the focus is on how an organisation can manage data; how to manage employee access to corporate data using smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices securely; and this is the right way forward.  As more and more employees use personal devices to carry out their work, a […]

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BYOD? MDM? Time to Embrace Enterprise Mobility!

ZONE SE7EN launch their next virtual event in their Insight Zone 2014 series, focusing on Enterprise Mobility. ZONE SE7EN brought together experts and key industry thought-leaders, and asked them the questions you wanted answers too, delivering informative, intuitive answers to help with those all-important security decisions. Insight Zone’s virtual Executive Interviews and Roundtable asks those […]

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To have a BYOD Policy or not?

By Allie Philpin Wherever you go these days, there’s a mobile phone glued to someone’s ear or a mobile device resting in another’s hand.  Many of these mobile devices belong to business people; many of these mobile devices are personal devices being used for business purposes.  It’s not surprising really, given the capabilities and functionality […]

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Mobiles and BYOD Highlights Unrecognised Security Issues

By Allie Philpin Every day, more and more employees are using their own mobile devices, including their own applications, as part of their carrying out their role in business.  But according to Jack Gold, principal analyst at J. Gold Associates, this trend that is growing at a significant rate highlights security issues that many businesses […]

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Mobile Malware is on the up!

By Allie Philpin It’s 10 years since we experienced Cabir; a worm that infected Symbian-based devices and spread via Bluetooth as a .sis package.  Since then, mobile devices and security seem to have run wild as incidents of mobile malware are significantly on the increase.  And it seems, says a survey about enterprise security carried […]

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5 Tips to Increase Productivity Using Today’s Technology

By Allie Philpin Technology has moved so far forward over the last few years, to the point that we can’t remember what it was like without our smartphones, mobile devices, apps and Facebook accounts.  Whereas in the past we relied on pen-and-paper and meetings to exchange ideas, take notes, share information, etc., and we had […]

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Know About BYOD? Then You’re in Demand!

By Allie Philpin, Like most industries, the IT industry has also had its fair share of hard times, particularly those working or wanting to work in this field.  But it appears that the BYOD trend is turning the tide and is having quite a significant impact on the IT job market.   Janco Associates recently carried […]

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