In a world with an increasing dependence on technology, the rapid user adoption of multiple devices as a way to conduct business productively has quickly become a reality for organizations.
With LegalTech fast approaching, it’s more important than ever to understand the challenges of maintaining secure productivity while on-the-go.
Staffordshire University in UK reported that a laptop containing applicant information was stolen from a car belonging to a staff member. Due to the size of the data file, the information was held locally on the hard drive of the laptop.
If Cisco’s forecasts are accurate, in a couple of months the number of mobile-connected devices will exceed the number of people on the planet, and by 2017 there will be nearly 1.4 mobile devices per each person.
With the growing world of technology, the IT manager is plagued with the grueling task of technology audits. Audit checks are carefully planned, controls are tested and evaluated, and then reports help identify problem areas to work on. The method in which you choose to audit an organization depends greatly on the organization; nonetheless, one factor of auditing should not be overlooked—the follow-up.
This post is going to be a lot of shameless self-promotion for WinMagic but it’s something we think is important as it’s tied directly to the recent launch of SecureDoc 6.1.
Previously I had been talking about BYOD and the hardware implications for businesses and their IT departments; the headaches, the challenges, the costs.
In today’s world, Bring Your Own Device or BYOD has quickly become a reality that organizations have come to expect. With over 76 per cent of employees using multiple devices, many of which are now owned by the individual not the organization, companies need to ensure that their corporate data is well protected. The solution for this issue is SecureDoc 6.1. Data Encryption from WinMagic.
There is a great debate raging in the security industry today on how to best provide secure corporate data in a BYOD world. The consumerization of IT and bring-your-own-device (BYOD) are becoming prevalent in organizations at lightning speed, both with and without the knowledge of corporate IT departments.