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Does mobile tech improve or reduce productivity?
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Does mobile tech equate to increased productivity? This seems to be the common assumption among most businesses. They tend to cultivate the myth that the use of mobile technology results in increased productivity. This is one of the reasons why the trend of mobile workplaces continues to rise. Thus, it is no surprise why there is a mobile work strategy (such as the use of apps) in place in more than 90% of organizations.

 

The case against mobile technology in offices

Businesses need to understand that mobile technology in itself does not increase productivity, but rather it creates...

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Analysis
The Present and Future of Mobile Threat Detection
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Mobile devices are a vital tools in the modern corporate environment, but they carry potential security risks that must be mitigated by adequate monitoring. To this effect, enterprise mobility management (EMM) is a fast growing field that produces tools and solutions aimed not only at averting security issues but also towards proactively keep them at bay. 

This article will briefly present the most typical approaches already being used, as well as pointing out the likely course of future development of mobile threat detection for enterprises. 
 

Different Approaches to...

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Implementing a Successful Mobile Workplace
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As businesses move into the digital world, the use of mobile applications has significantly intensified. Both startups and existing companies are approaching mobile workplace to provide employees with an easy engagement while conducting their businesses. There are core elements that business owners need to consider to have a well-crafted mobility. 

 

Strategise

The first step towards a mobile workplace success is to set a roadmap which will be taken by an organisation towards realising its goal. The process involves the approach which will be taken toward establishing a digitally...

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Analysis
Moving Towards a Cloud-based Enterprise Mobility Management in 3 Steps
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You are probably thinking about the fastest, low-cost and most efficient way of ensuring that your organisation migrates to a multi-platform enterprise mobility management status without compromising on your security and performance. Let's take a look at the three simple steps that will guide you through the journey:

 

1. Prepare for the launch

You will need to prepare for the journey ahead of you. Critically evaluate the level of security, application management and device management that your organisation will need. You should consider about adopting the policy of ...

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Analysis
The Decade of Enterprise Mobility
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Nowadays you can reach into your pocket and grab one device to help make business-driven decisions while simultaneously accessing customer data or coordinating and collaborating with people around the world. Such strides have been made in less than a decade of interoperability with the proliferation of iPhones, Androids, tablets and other mobile devices. With new daily demands arising to make a wide array of corporate applications available for every level of businesses from consumer to corner office or cubicle, it is now vital to integrate them into a successful strategy. Enterprise...

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Mobile Security - A priority in the modern age
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Whilst improving mobile security it is an IT department’s job to improve efficiency at the same time. It is not enough to simply build walls around an enterprise when so many companies are heavily reliant on the internet and outside collaboration. 

Mobile Security Should Not Hinder Business Processes
It is possible to use mobile devices to engage with new and existing customers using an efficient and flexible approach. Businesses both cannot afford to hinder this process with restrictive mobile security, or risk allowing mobile technology and mobility to provide chinks in their...

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The enemies of your mobile security are on your doorstep
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Whilst improving mobile security it is an IT department’s job to improve efficiency at the same time. It is not enough to simply build walls around an enterprise when so many companies are heavily reliant on the internet and outside collaboration. 

Mobile Security Should Not Hinder Business Processes

It is possible to use mobile devices to engage with new and existing customers using an efficient and flexible approach. Businesses both cannot afford to hinder this process with restrictive mobile security, or risk allowing mobile technology and mobility to provide chinks in their...

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Revault - wierless wearable storage
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The new ReVault – wearable wireless connectivity for your pocket, neck or wrist
If you need a wireless storage device you can wear, the new ReVault might be the ideal portable solution. Most of us already carry around smartphones, notebooks and other gadgets from which we can access our information. Apps like Dropbox, One Drive and Google Photos make it easy for data to be shared or synced across all of these, but when security is an issue, a local storage solution is generally considered to be more secure. That’s what the makers of ReVault are offering - a portable drive that...

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Smartglasses the hands-free digital solution
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Smartglasses offer all the digital capability of the smartphone, with the added benefit of being hands-free. The Vuzix M100 are the first commercially available smartglasses, providing a wearable computer with a single miniature LCD display that can feed information to the wearer. Aimed largely at the commercial and professional user, the smart glasses are designed to enhance working practices across many sectors, including industrial, retail and medical.

With a 1080p 5-megapixel camera, the M100 can capture images and take videos that can be stored or sent on. The smartglasses have wi-fi...

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Wearables and company wellness programs go hand-in-hand
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About 1,600 of the company's 8,000 U.S. employees use different types of consumer-grade wearable devices, such as Fitbit or Apple Watch, to measure how many steps they take and to generate other fitness metrics.

( Source: www.computerworld.com )
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