Posts Tagged ‘Android’

It’s been a rough couple of years for Android devices. Sure, there may have been more than 900 million of them activated in 2013 alone, but those impressive sales numbers do nothing to inhibit cyber criminals from exploiting these open source devices. We’ve discussed Android vulnerabilities at some length, and have demonstrated how a centrally […]

Despite the rise of the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) movement in recent years, Apple’s popular iPhone and iPad haven’t really been geared toward making the lives of enterprise IT administrators any easier. However, with several new business-centric features now included in the upcoming iOS 7 release, that could all be about to change. Apple is billing the […]

We’ve given Android at lot of attention over the past year, and rightfully so. The operating system is, after all, the most widely used in the world. Yet, with each version and new feature that Google rolls out, the security of mobile devices with older Android releases falls farther down the priority ladder, and unfortunately […]

A recent Linux enterprise end-user survey found that more than 80 percent of respondents plan to increase the number of Linux servers in their organizations over the next five years. As such, it’s imperative that IT takes all the necessary precautions to ensure a company’s networking hardware and software supports Linux. Heeding this market demand, […]

Enterprises know they’ll have happier employees if they embrace BYOD rather than prohibit it. Welcoming BYOD can be better for business output, too—the trick is to find the tools that keep employees productive when they’re using their own smartphones, tablets or laptops to access the corporate network remotely. In his recent reviews of NCP’s managed […]