Assessing the dangers BYOD presents to the enterprise – and what may come next

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While the term BYOD is certainly nothing new, the concept is still hugely relevant as new and emerging technologies like the Internet of Things (IoT) continue to shake up the modern enterprise.

The adoption of mobile devices is certainly not slowing down, and as the threat landscape increases in complexity with the introduction of everything from smartwatches to connected sensors, BYOD will continue to cause headaches for companies that are approaching management on a per-device basis....

By Chris McKie, 15 April 2016, 0 comments. Categories: BYOD, COPE, Enterprise Mobility, IoT.

Connection lost: The issue with enterprise IoT which will not go away

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The Internet of Things (IoT) has become the poster child for progressive business models, seeming to offer exponential increases in data harvesting, refined business processes, and a new lease of life for the mobile workforce.

As sensors and cameras proliferate across factories, offices, transport and beyond, organisations have the chance to learn more about their own systems and operations than ever before. They can now receive and analyse data about machine performance, fleet movement,...

By Chris McKie, 17 February 2016, 1 comment. Categories: Enterprise Mobility, IoT.