Posts Tagged ‘BYOD’

The concept of “Bring Your Own Device” seems so simple. Employees can just tote their personal phone or tablet with them to the office – which they’re probably doing anyway – and use it for work. Or, they access the corporate network remotely, from home or while on-the-go. BYOD and remote access have always seemed [...]

Is your enterprise one of the many that are “subject to the whims of fickle consumer-business users” when it comes to adopting new technology? That’s how Clorox CIO and vice president Ralph Loura framed the current state of enterprise tech and the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend when he appeared earlier this month among [...]

The discussion on BYOD centers on whether employees working more efficiently on their personal devices is worth whatever network security vulnerabilities are sown when enterprises allow numerous devices and operating systems to access their networks. As a compromise between employees and employers that brings everyone onto the same page, a BYOD policy helps. But, it [...]

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) issued a warning last week that the computer network of a public utility company had been compromised by a “sophisticated threat actor,” likely through a brute force password attack. Although the utility company repelled the attack, and there is no evidence that operations were affected, the DHS’ Industrial Control [...]

In the not-so-distant past, when enterprises lacked ubiquitous high-speed Internet connections and the means to provide employees with remote access, organizations were far more likely to enforce strict working hours than they are today. After all, work wouldn’t get done if employees weren’t present. Mobile technology has since enabled the growing trend of remote work, [...]