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Could Pokémon Go kill your BYOD plans?

Posted on July 22, 2016 0 comments

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


Data breaches and attacks executed by hackers over digital platforms have become prevalent headlines recently, but businesses forget that these aren't the only threats to their data. Employees are major contributors to compromised files, from accidentally downloading malware that reads and copies information, to purposely using unauthorized sharing programs for the sake of convenience. This last problem, which has been called shadow IT, is a rampant problem in the mobile age of company operations, and it can be difficult to control. However, organizations must take the proper steps to ensure that employees are following security protocols.  Read More


Praises for file sharing tools have been widely discussed across virtually every industry. These solutions have proven themselves in many instances, but there are still a number of businesses that are unsure of how to manage them and what benefits they should expect to yield. Collaboration and productivity are two of the biggest areas where organizations will see a difference. Let's take a look at a some file sharing productivity statistics that every business should know when considering this type of offering.  Read More


3 main problems in business file sharing

Posted on May 17, 2016 0 comments
Category: Data Security

Before technology became a regular part of business operations, organizations used to handle physical files. With all of the manual tradeoffs and cataloguing, this method was quickly outdated when online file sharing emerged. Although it certainly offers a number of benefits, there are still a few concerns that exist with current practices. Here are three of the biggest file sharing concerns that are prevalent in today's companies.  Read More


Sometimes, for relatively little money, many people would sell enterprise password and login information, according to the results of a new survey. As the price of data breaches rises, companies need to ensure their enterprise file sharing tools do not put them in hot water from end-user negligence.  Read More


Remember the classic "I'm a Mac and I'm a PC" commercials featuring Justin Long and John Hodgman? Those ads created two very separate camps in the computer world, one full of straight-laced business people devoted to PCs and the other full of cool creative types and their beloved Apple products. While the spots were clearly trying to set an agenda in favor of Apple, they did articulate a truth of the past, which was that enterprise was the sole domain of Windows-powered devices.  Read More


Exploring the current state of BYOD

Posted on March 25, 2016 0 comments

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


Business file transfer processes remain at risk

Posted on March 09, 2016 0 comments

Mobile devices and other hardware are being increasingly used across businesses to access, manage and transfer critical information. However, while our equipment has advanced beyond traditional laptops, the programs we use to send our documents are taking a lot longer to change. In fact, some companies likely still rely solely on emails, which has been proven time and again to be unsecure and inefficient for long-term file sharing purposes. As businesses look to further improve their file transfer process, security should take precedence in their efforts.  Read More


Moving documents from one team member to the other has gotten a lot easier with the introduction of computers and other digital devices. A functional office should revolve around collaboration, and yet many companies settle for less-than-perfect methods of transferring information between co-workers. To that end, we'd like to take some time and discuss the top three reasons to invest in a secure online file sharing solution.  Read More

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