This is the second of a two-part virtual roundtable looking at lesser-known candidates vying to become the third major mobile operating system. More >
There is little doubt that the two leading mobile operating systems (OS) will continue to be Google’s Android and Apple’s iOS. What still is very much up for grabs, however, is which mobile OS will grab the third spot. More >
One of the most potentially powerful approaches to organizing and protecting a company’s data and applications on an employee’s smartphone is giving the device a split personality. More >
BYOD (bring your own device) is a well-established trend. The next steps are to redesign business processes as mobility takes root and implement a “buy the right device” program.More >
Corporate networks are ever-more complex, which leads to great increases in the sophistication of attacks and the ways in which malevolent people can try to gain entry.More >
Carl Weinschenk spoke with Sandvine President, Co-Founder and CEO Dave Caputo. The company released the Global Internet Phenomena Report 1H 2012 in late April. It's no surprise that the most More >
You can rapidly deploy scalable applications in the cloud by leveraging the key features of flexibility, scalability and on-demand resources.More >
This paper from the National Institute of Standards and Technology discusses the key issues surrounding smartphone securit...
Successful deployment of each BYOC model depends on a different mix of capabilities....