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The market size of enterprise mobility in Australia, in terms of spending opportunity, is set to reach US$1.4 billion in 2025, forecasts data and analytics company GlobalData.

COMPANY NEWS: With more than 11,000 Apple administrators around the world in attendance, Jamf, the standard in Apple enterprise management, kicked off its 12th annual Jamf Nation user conference. Jamf showed how its Apple enterprise management platform connects authorised people and devices to work resources, protects people and organisations from threats and empowers IT and end users with devices that are simple to support and easy to use. Jamf now serves more than 57,000 customers and runs on approximately 25 million devices worldwide.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

GUEST OPINION: Anyone who has ever watched a Bond movie will know that James Bond has a trust complex. Whether it's M, MI6, or a femme fatale – Bond always gets into trouble when he trusts the wrong person (i.e., Vesper Lynd in Casino Royale).

Published in Guest Opinion

GUEST OPINION by Jonathan Andresen, Bitglass: It wasn’t too long ago that most of us used to work in an office. Fifteen months into the global COVID pandemic it’s now certain that the future will not be a full return to the office or a continuation of the present remote working experience – it will be both.

Published in Guest Opinion

Bitglass today announced findings from its 2021 BYOD Security Report that show the rapid adoption of unmanaged personal devices connecting to work-related resources (aka BYOD) and why organisations are ill-equipped to deal with growing security threats such as malware and data theft.

Published in Guest Research

Even as organisations continue to adopt cloud technologies, the need for secure access to on-premises resources endures.

Published in Guest Opinion

VENDOR PROMOTION: The increased use of personal phones for work and the growth of mobile malware create a risk to organisations, says network monitoring provider Gigamon.

VENDOR PROMOTION: The increased use of personal phones for work and the growth of mobile malware create a risk to organisations, says network monitoring provider Gigamon.

Published in Networking

By Jonathan Andresen

GUEST OPINION Few would argue with Thomas Edison who said: “The three great essentials to achieve anything worthwhile are first, hard work; second, stick-to-itiveness; third, common sense.”

GUEST OPINION Few would argue with Thomas Edison who said: “The three great essentials to achieve anything worthwhile are first, hard work; second, stick-to-itiveness; third, common sense.”

Published in Security
Friday, 17 April 2020 02:25

Business Continuity Today, Ready For Tomorrow

GUEST OPINION by Ashley Diffey, Ping Identity: As the number of infections rises around the world, many companies have directed their employees to work from home as a cautionary measure in an effort to assist in flattening the curve. What at first was seen as a short term situation is being extended without a known or defined end date.

Friday, 17 April 2020 02:09

Business Continuity Today, Ready For Tomorrow

GUEST OPINION by Ashley Diffey, Ping Identity: As the number of infections rises around the world, many companies have directed their employees to work from home as a cautionary measure in an effort to assist in flattening the curve. What at first was seen as a short term situation is being extended without a known or defined end date.

Published in Security

The number of people with disabilities who are employed will triply by 2023 because artificial intelligence and other emerging technologies will reduce barriers to access, the technology research firm Gartner has predicted as part of its forecast for IT organisations and users in 2020 and beyond.

Published in Business Intelligence

Billed as making "meetings and communications smoother and more productive", Sharp's Huddle Board is a series of Windows 10-powered devices that bring the ultra modern office experience to modern offices.

Published in Enterprise Solutions
Monday, 26 June 2017 11:32

Millennials stress network security

Millennials, a.k.a. Gen Y, Net Generation, or Generation Now. Regardless of what you call them the infamous millennial characteristics are trying the patience of enterprise network security.

Published in Security
Tuesday, 18 October 2016 07:02

BlackBerry helps keep mobile data private

BlackBerry's WatchDox software is being increasingly used to secure corporate content on BYODs.

Published in MVNO
Tuesday, 11 October 2016 18:03

JAMF simplifies Apple management

Mac and iOS device management is made easy by JAMF's Casper Suite.

Published in Business Software

Mobile platform and services provider Syntonic says its "first of its kind" and "in-depth" survey has found that US businesses are overspending "more than US$2.6 billion annually on BYOD reimbursements".

Published in Mobility

A new Australian survey shows that corporate users are avoiding VPNs despite being requested to use them for secure access to corporate networks and data.

Published in Security

Parents all too often buy the wrong device when providing a computer for their student children. It is not just a question of Windows, Android, Chrome, OS X, iOS or the various form factors (if they understand those terms) but the curriculum and student’s needs.

Published in Home Tech
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