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Published By: Citrix Systems     Published Date: Nov 10, 2014
"Is your mobile micro app concealing a complex web property? The mobile web doesn’t just exist in your smartphone or tablet’s browser—there’s also an invisible but critical layer at the back end that powers mobile app services from content delivery to networking and collaboration. A micro app on a mobile device typically serves as the entry point to a web property. The combination of Citrix XenMobile and Citrix NetScaler offers enterprises an ideal solution that not only incorporates a comprehensive set of MDM and MAM features but also complements them with a market-leading, cloud-ready suite of capabilities for optimizing mobile web app performance, availability and security."
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mobile, web properties, applications, infrastructure, network devices, performance, communicate, security, reliability, netscaler
    
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Published By: Citrix Systems     Published Date: Feb 10, 2016
"Is your mobile micro app concealing a complex web property? The mobile web doesn’t just exist in your smartphone or tablet’s browser—there’s also an invisible but critical layer at the back end that powers mobile app services from content delivery to networking and collaboration. A micro app on a mobile device typically serves as the entry point to a web property. The combination of Citrix XenMobile and Citrix NetScaler offers enterprises an ideal solution that not only incorporates a comprehensive set of MDM and MAM features but also complements them with a market-leading, cloud-ready suite of capabilities for optimizing mobile web app performance, availability and security."
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Published By: Webroot     Published Date: Sep 18, 2013
Webroot conducted research on web security in the US and the UK. As remote users expand the security perimeter, the majority of companies reported significant effects in the form of increased help desk time, reduced employee productivity and disruption of business activities. The impacts of web-borne attacks are also more severe for companies with employees who have remote access to the corporate network or other corporate online resource via their laptops, tablets or smartphones. • 90% of companies agree that managing the security of remote users is extremely challenging • Twice as many companies with remote users reported Web-borne attacks by criminals, which compromised the security of customer data • 50% of firms with remote users say web-borne attacks impacted company financials
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security, remote users, cybercrime, web attacks, malware, phishing, mobile browser security, mobile device
    
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Published By: Webroot     Published Date: Sep 18, 2013
This infographic gives a quick visual representation of some of the key findings of a recent Webroot research on web security in the US and UK. As cybercriminals increasingly exploit vulnerabilities in mobile browsers and apps, companies with mobile workforces face new challenges in protecting users and critical data. And the impacts of failing to protect against mobile browsing threats can be severe. The infographic also gives a checklist of things you can do to reduce the risks. Among the key points: • 50% of companies in the US estimate that web-borne attacks cost from $25,000 to $1 million in 2012. • 90% of respondents agree that managing the security of remote users is challenging • 50% of firms with remote workers had a website compromised
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security, mobile device, mobile threats, mobile browsing, cybercriminals, data, protection
    
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