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Your school's endpoint security: Solving the BYOD conundrum
BYOD is both an enabler and a risk. Ingram Micro can show you how Fortinet’s internal segmentation technology makes BYOD safer and more secure.
The impact of IoT, cloud and mobility on data center power and cooling infrastructure
Take a snapshot of your data center’s current power and cooling infrastructure. In five years, it is likely to be radically different.
Vendors to rely on partnerships for managed security as BYOD drives deception technology
“Vendors face significant challenges because of intense competition, technological advances, and frequent changes in end-user preferences."
BlackBerry Security Summit: IT decision makers concerned over mobile vulnerabilities
“BlackBerry recognises that security is a dynamic field, and even the best defensive strategies and technologies today may be inadequate tomorrow,”
2016 set to be a defining year for the cloud
"It’s clear that the use of cloud computing will continue to grow and will likely increase to become the bulk of new IT spend."
BYOD driving demand for SaaS-based IT security
"The market will grow at a rate of over 22% between now and 2020, with competition intensifying and tremendous growth opportunities for vendors."
BYOD fuelling growth in workspace aggregator sector
"Competition in the market is expected to intensify as the vendors are focusing on improving their delivery models with latest technologies."
Football mania brings security risks to workplace bring-your-own-device policies
As football mania is sweeping the world, employees could be a security risk through your 'bring-your-own-device' policies, warns Flexera Software.
BYOD security: Key market research findings
"The level of vendor competition is likely to intensify with product and service extensions, technological innovations, and M&As."
Labour slams controversial 100k BYOD donation
The Labour Party is accusing the Govt of ignoring inequalities caused by BYOD after a controversial 100k donation to Wakatipu High School.
WLAN is more popular than ever, but is it being implemented correctly?
"WLAN implementation is an increasingly complex task, as the explosion of portable devices in the workforce tasks wireless networks with a burden."
Cybersecurity remains biggest barrier to BYOD adoption
"While these threats can significantly impact the success of BYOD initiatives and place a burden on IT support staff, this is also an opportunity."
Network security market grows rapidly in APAC region
High adoption of BYOD policies and cloud computing in the APAC region will aid the growth of the global network security market through to 2019.
Analyst Opinion: Coming to a device near you – the enterprise digital workplace
Persistent and rewarding customer experiences are designed, delivered, and managed using enterprise software and line-of-business applications.
Consumer-grade enterprise applications in hot demand
"The new generation of powerful B2B apps that are being brought online has the potential to make a real difference to the way organisations run."
Going mobile: How to have secure file-sharing, backup recovery and access
How do you maintain the security of your organisation’s data in a world where your employees, contractors and partners are working on mobile devices?
What are the downsides to BYOD in the enterprise?
“Without the right policies, and the IT infrastructure to back those policies up, organisations' BYOD policies can lead to disaster.”
Fortinet: The case for internal firewalls
Fortinet protects data from attacks originating inside the datacentre, as today it is not enough to protect against just external intruders.
New case study reveals benefits of BYOD collaboration in schools
“With tech becoming commonplace in the classroom, we have found a way to use that to our advantage to create a more engaging learning environment."
VPN and BYOD: what are the risks?
“The problem is, most enterprises don’t realise that private, inexpensive VPN alternatives offered to consumers are not adequate for business use."
Are smartphones distracting our students?
Personal devices are being banned in classrooms due to teacher’s fears they are distracting, although many recognise they will be central to learning.
Is BYOD in the classroom too much of a distraction?
A new study has revealed some teachers are banning personal devices for fear of distraction, despite recognising they may be central for learning.
The Year of Mobile Collaboration: What to Expect in 2016
IDC and AT&T discuss the new age of the mobile worker population and it's impact on modern business
BYOD and you: How to successfully bring tech into the classroom
The BYOD trend has the ability to bring many benefits to schools but it also has the potential to cause significant disruption.