Displaying items by tag: Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)

GUEST OPINION by Rohan Langdon ANZ regional director Forescout: As organisations have had to support remote workforces during the COVID-19 restrictions set by the government, many of them have had to act fast to deliver digital capabilities to their remote workers. Unfortunately, this rapid organisational shift has also increased the risk of bad actors accessing corporate networks.  

GUEST OPINION by Rohan Langdon ANZ regional director Forescout: As organisations have had to support remote workforces during the COVID-19 restrictions set by the government, many of them have had to act fast to deliver digital capabilities to their remote workers. Unfortunately, this rapid organisational shift has also increased the risk of bad actors accessing corporate networks.  

Published in Security

Mobility is increasingly important strategically for Australian businesses and organisations, as a newly published report reveals that a combination of mobile device hardware, management software and value-added services will drive Australia’s enterprise mobility market up to $4.9 billion over the next five-years to 2019.

Published in Mobility
Monday, 15 September 2014 18:00

Centrify expands partnership with Samsung

Unified Identity Management solutions provider Centrify has expanded and enhanced its OEM partnership with Samsung in a move which sees Centrify's Identity and Access Management (IAM) technology embedded in the Samsung KNOX EMM (Enterprise Mobility Management) cloud-based service.

Published in Strategy
Tuesday, 09 September 2014 15:44

A Good way to save money on mobility costs

Good Technology has released a new online calculator tool which it says allows enterprises to reduce the cost of mobility deployments by addressing device, carrier, labor and infrastructure costs.

Published in Mobility

Australia has fallen behind the rest of the world when it comes to using a mobile strategy for anything other than internal processes.

Published in Mobility

A so-called ‘new age’ of ‘Develop Your Own Application’ (DYOA) to meet ever-changing business requirements is driving demand for rapid application development Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) technologies, according to new research study.

Published in Development
Wednesday, 04 June 2014 07:24

BYOD market growing – but it won’t last

The Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) market in the region is booming, but it is a transitional process and will not last, says a new report.

Published in MVNO

Australia is lagging behind the rest of the world in the digital stakes when it comes to digital-leadership, according to a new global report which warns that our IT leaders need to take up the challenge of digitalisation or risk falling further behind.

Published in CIO Trends

A lax attitude by enterprise employees in the US towards protection of corporate data stored on their personal devices should “sound a warning bell” for Australian enterprises, according to the Asia Pacific chief of one unified identity services vendor.

Published in Security

New Zealand’s financial conduct regulator, the Financial Markets Authority (FMA), has deployed a solution from enterprise mobility solutions vendor Good Technology to secure mobile applications and data in the field.

Published in Security
Thursday, 06 February 2014 01:44

AIMIA releases tablet usage guidelines

The Australian Interactive Media Industry Association (AIMIA) has released the third edition of its tablet guidelines, with this latest edition offering recommendations for using tablets as an enterprise tool.

Published in Strategy

The ICT industry is predicted to go through a huge transformation next year, with cloud and mobility the two main themes driving significant change and disruption in the ICT market.

Published in Industrial IT

Businesses moving away from BlackBerry, and the rise of the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) phenomenon, is making mobile device management one of the hottest markets for enterprise IT, with a leading analyst firm saying that the challenge for CIOs is how to manage and secure data, while also exploiting the innovation and productivity benefits that embracing the major smartphone platforms can deliver.

Published in Market

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