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Could Pokémon Go kill your BYOD plans?

Posted on July 22, 2016

Mobile devices have cemented their place in the business world over the years. In the past, many business professionals were provided their own Blackberry devices and laptops to work with. However, this type of provisioning is not always possible for organizations and provided equipment may be unfamiliar to workers. Bring-your-own-device policies have risen up to fix this issue by not only giving staff the chance to work with hardware they're comfortable with, but also to do so without having to be funded by their employer. BYOD has become a major contender, but there are still a number of risks associated with the trend, some of which are stemming from the rise of Pokémon Go.  Read More

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Exploring the current state of BYOD

Posted on March 25, 2016

Mobile devices from smartphones to tablets have not only become a pivotal part of everyday lives, they have also taken on the role of an asset in many workplaces, enabling people to get more done than ever before. In an attempt to adapt to this trend, organizations have instituted bring-your-own-device policies that detail how hardware and information on that hardware should be governed. However many challenges remain for maintaining BYOD practices and ensuring that sensitive business data is secure. Let's take a look at the current state of BYOD and the risks associated with it.  Read More

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Secure file sharing: Making BYOD viable for your business

Posted on December 15, 2015

Americans love their gadgets. A recent study by the Pew Research Center found that around 68 percent of American adults have a smartphone right now, and that number is rapidly increasing every year. With so many people carrying around what is essentially a computer in their pocket, it's not surprising that a lot of organizations are allowing the bring-your-own-device trend to settle into their company.  Read More

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Why your business needs backup for mission-critical data

Posted on February 11, 2016 0 comments

Although the digital age has afforded some pretty amazing advantages to the average business, there are a few drawbacks. Chief among them is the ghost-like nature data can take on in the virtual world. While paper documents may not be as convenient as digital ones, at least they don't get completely destroyed by someone accidentally hitting the wrong button.  Read More

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Employees use their own devices, whether you want them to or not

Posted on January 20, 2016 0 comments

There's been a lot of talk recently about the bring-your-own-device trend sweeping the nation. This is where companies set up a policy where employees can bring in their own gadgets and use them for work purposes, whether it's for simple emails or more complex computing needs. There are a lot of advantages to this trend, as well as a lot of disadvantages, and it's really up to each company to decide whether or not its business model is right for BYOD.  Read More

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Mitigate the risks of ransomware with secure file sharing

Posted on January 13, 2016 0 comments
Category: Data Security

There is nothing more valuable to the modern company than its private information. Operating a business in the digital age means the passage of data through multiple hands, and whether it's information about the company itself or even that of its clients, this material is extremely important.  Read More

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Secure file sharing: Making BYOD viable for your business

Posted on December 15, 2015 0 comments

Americans love their gadgets. A recent study by the Pew Research Center found that around 68 percent of American adults have a smartphone right now, and that number is rapidly increasing every year. With so many people carrying around what is essentially a computer in their pocket, it's not surprising that a lot of organizations are allowing the bring-your-own-device trend to settle into their company.  Read More

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What can a data leak to do your company?

Posted on November 10, 2015 0 comments
Category: Data Security

Theft and criminal activity in general is rapidly changing, especially in the ways that they affect modern business. Gone are the days of masked individuals making off with thousands of stolen bank notes. These criminals have been replaced by a much darker and more mysterious malicious individual. Hackers can ruin a business's livelihood, all from the comfort of their computer chair.  Read More

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Secure file sharing a necessity for remote workers

Posted on November 05, 2015 0 comments
Category: Data Security

As technology increases, being able to work from home is quickly becoming a viable option for many workers. Advances like video chat allow for face-to-face conversations from miles away, and the adoption of personal computers into the home makes remote working extremely easy for much of the population.  Read More