Mobilephobia: A family of fears typically impacting CISOs
and other security professionals associated with embracing and
deploying a mobile security strategy that enables access across the
enterprise, sharing of corporate data or interaction with associates,
customers and other third parties via mobile devices
This infographic shows the key points on the path to a secure mobile enterprise, and how holistic protection from IBM can help organizations move beyond device security and extend protection to sensitive content, applications and transactions.
When you think about mobile security and policies, do you ever think about all the places your enterprise data is going? We operate in a mobile economy, with an estimated 16M mobile devices infected by malware at any given time. There are more mobile devices connected to the Internet than human beings in the world. The question is: Are we prepared for that?
Cybercrime is more sophisticated and dangerous than ever before, and the scope of newly emerging threats is unprecedented.
At the same time, the growing number and diversity of endpoints in the enterprise is expanding the network edge to the point of disappearing. Both these trends will continue with ongoing bring your-own-device (BYOD) initiatives and explode with the emerging Internet of Things (IoT).
Today's enterprises support an assortment of end-user devices, including laptops and desktops (both PCs and Macs), tablets and hybrid devices, and, of course, smartphones. Not only do employees use a variety of form factors, but they run a variety of platforms on those devices, including:
Apple iOS and Apple macOS
To complicate the situation further, they run different versions of those platforms for example, Microsoft Windows XP SP3, Microsoft Windows 10 or anything in between. In addition, IT is being tasked more and more with managing and securing wearables, ruggedized devices and the Internet of Things (IoT).
Read this whitepaper to learn more.
Enterprise network architectures are evolving as a result of the growth of public cloud, proliferation of mobile devices, and organizational requirement to collaborate with global users. In this on-demand webinar, Gartner Research VP and Distinguished Analyst Mark Fabbi and Akamai Technologies' Enterprise Web Experience Product Manager, Greg Lord, will provide insight into
this new trend.
Published By: BlackBerry
Published Date: Jan 06, 2011
With consumer use of smartphones growing by the day, it's no surprise that users are taking them into the workplace as well. Thousands of people already use their personal smartphones for work-related tasks like checking email and calendars when they're away from their desks. And many wish they could do more with their smartphones, given their myriad functions and applications.
Employee-owned mobile devices are in the enterprise to stay. But the explosion in the numbers and types of mobile devices spawns questions that organizations must address if they are to gain the most benefits possible from employees, their devices and the business network.
This paper outlines practical “how-to” guidance to strategize and implement more effective mobile enterprise programs and details the robust capabilities that mobile enterprise partners can bring to the development and support of your corporate owned device or BYOD mobile enterprise programs. It focuses on mobile enterprise programs for employees, as opposed to customers.
Mobile computing via smart phone, laptop, tablet and e-reader is becoming commonplace in the enterprise today. Unfortunately, so are the challenges it brings. This White Paper examines the network security, device management, network performance and user expectation issues you need to solve for effective mobile collaboration, and outlines the planned, architectural approach IBM recommends.
The ubiquity of mobile devices is transforming the ways that business gets done in today’s world. IBM has the services that can help go beyond supporting devices to achieve a flexible, powerful mobile enterprise.
Mobile devices, including smartphones and tablets, enable increasing numbers of employees to work "anywhere, anytime."The security of enterprise data is a key concern, particularly on mobile devices that are easily lost or stolen. The security risk is further heightened by the proliferation of employee-owned mobile devices in many enterprises. Employees will almost always take the path of least resistance in leveraging mobile devices for business purposes, which may lead to unsafe computing practices. A clearly documented and enforceable mobile security policy is critical to reducing the risk of data loss.
As your employees bring their own smartphones and tablets to the workplace, you need to create a flexible mobile environment that allows personally owned and corporate-issued devices to co-exist. IBM Mobile Enterprise Services for managed mobility is designed to help reduce the complexity that comes with multiple mobile platforms. IBM recently commissioned Forrester Consulting to examine the total economic impact and potential return on investment that companies realized by engaging IBM to implement a “bring your own device” program. In this report, you’ll learn how these companies: Increased employee productivity and satisfaction; expanded revenues from improved sales mobility, and decreased replacement, mobility infrastructure and support costs.
Technology advances are changing the way employees work, consumers buy, and enterprises conduct business. Old methods for marketing products are taking a back seat to online distribution, and mobile devices are ubiquitous access points to the Internet. The resulting environment is ripe for the creation and distribution of new software for handling a constantly expanding array of functions. When there is an app for everything, organizations have no choice but to adapt or risk getting left behind as markets enter the era of the Web application programming interface (API).
This paper explores how companies can more safely introduce employee- or corporate-owned mobile devices into the work-place, identify the risks inherent in their broader access to corpo-rate data, and derive enhanced business value.
Published By: Polycom
Published Date: Aug 16, 2017
"Download this guide to learn how other SMBs are leveraging Office 365 with Polycom to bring together Office tools and communications to
enable employees to connect with colleagues, customers, suppliers and
business partners through every form of communication.
With 3 new Skype for Business features, Microsoft and Polycom helping businesses improve productivity, efficiency, and collaboration. New features include:
• Modern Voice with Cloud PBX, which will enable users to make and
receive enterprise-grade calls from within Skype for Business Online.
• PSTN conferencing which supports dial-in or dial-out to any device
• Skype Meeting Broadcast for presentations to audiences of up to 10,000
Learn how to achieve mobile access for your enterprise resource planning (ERP) data and see what steps your organization should take to allow your employees the ability to perform their jobs on any device at any time.
This infographic shows how AirWatch help enterprises meet new challenges as they cater to an increasingly mobile workforce by offering new solutions – such as content collaboration and consistency with any app on any device - and address the increased demand for mobile-cloud architecture.
This report details the results of a survey taken from pre-qualified IT decision makers from North America and Europe, and shows how AirWatch by VMware received the highest scores for EMM vendor promise and fulfilment. 950 surveys were completed.
This whitepaper shows how AirWatch® Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) easily integrates with both Office 365 APIs and VMware Identity Manager, or your on-premise identity management or cloud, to optimize UX and ensure your data is secure across all devices and platforms.
Today’s advanced cyber threats target every computer and
mobile device, including enterprise endpoints, especially
those that make up critical infrastructure like industrial
control systems and embedded devices that control much
of our physical world. The modern computing landscape
consists of a complex array of physical, mobile, cloud, and
virtual computing, creating a vast attack surface. Meanwhile,
the cybersecurity industry is prolific with defense-in-depth
security technologies, despite a threat landscape that remains
highly dynamic, sophisticated, and automated.
Cylance, however, takes a unique and innovative approach
of using real-time, mathematical, and machine learning
threat analysis to solve this problem at the endpoint for
organizations, governments, and end-users worldwide.