3 Steps to Getting Your Business BYOD Ready

July 3rd, 2018 by admin

If your business is considering a Bring Your Own Device environment, there's a great deal of security preparation work to do beforehand. A successful BYOD strategy and BYOD policy is all about finding the sweet spot of control, where your business is able to protect itself from digital threats while...
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Posted in: Cyber and Data Security,

Making the Switch to BYOD? Pros, Cons and Security Implications to Consider First

June 26th, 2018 by admin

Making the switch to a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) business environment extends well beyond the decision to let employees choose their devices. Your business should look at the pros and cons of the concept before deciding how to approach it and to what extent your company will embrace it. Your business...
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Posted in: Cyber and Data Security,

7 Ways to Keep Work Secure on Employee Personal Devices

May 14th, 2018 by admin

Technology improvements have made it easy for employees to get work done on their personal devices from anywhere. However, that freedom comes with additional security risks and requires extra diligence to keep data secure. Safeguarding information is a combined process of utilizing technology and educating...
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Posted in: Cyber and Data Security,

Alternative Employee Device Security: Fingerprints, Facial Recognition, and Iris Scans, Oh My!

October 17th, 2017 by admin

So far, 2017 has been an eventful year for increasing access to password-alternative smartphone and laptop unlocking techniques. Notably, Samsung added Face unlocking to the Galaxy S8 line and Apple introduced Face ID on the iPhone X. Of particular note, facial recognition is a convenient alternative...
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Posted in: Cyber and Data Security, Hardware and Software,

Screen Mirroring Mini-Guide

September 19th, 2017 by admin

Setting up your conference room for wireless screen mirroring is the answer to employees sharing in a collective groan when it's time to connect a computer or mobile device to show a presentation. While setting up the conference room television or projector doesn't have the same level of disdain as the...
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Posted in: Hardware and Software,

The “Wearable Revolution”: Is Your Company Prepared?

July 7th, 2016 by admin

It's a fair bet that one of your employees has already shown off a trendy new wearable gadget around the office. What began with Bluetooth earpieces would branch off into smartwatches, smart glasses, wrist-worn fitness trackers, and even smart clothing (including a smart bra!) Research firm Gartner...
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Posted in: Hardware and Software,

Are Your Smartphones Properly “Containerized”?

April 26th, 2016 by admin

Earlier today the cashier at the local drive-thru miskeyed the amount of cash I gave him into his register. Somewhat sheepishly, he asked if I had a smartphone so I could verify the correct amount of change. Fortunately, I never leave home without it. In fact, how well could you function today without...
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Posted in: Cyber and Data Security, Hardware and Software,

iPhone “Backdoor”? It Already Exists! Why Your Company Needs It

March 8th, 2016 by admin

February's big story in the tech world was the conflict between Apple and the FBI over the creation of a "backdoor" to retrieve encrypted data on iPhones. The government is looking for any clue as to what—or, more specifically, who—motivated Syed Farook, along with his wife, to gun down his San Bernardino...
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Posted in: Cyber and Data Security, Hardware and Software,

The Death (and Second Life) of a Replaced Business Smartphone

March 2nd, 2016 by admin

When it’s time to upgrade employee smartphones, your business needs to worry about backing up data, clearing the memory, and figuring out the best way to get rid of the old devices. According to Business Insider, the average smartphone upgrade cycle reached 22 months in 2012. This time frame could...
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Posted in: Hardware and Software,

Mobile Security Exploits: Surviving the BYOD Environment

November 19th, 2015 by admin

IT professionals are more concerned than ever about malicious software infections since smart mobile devices hit the mainstream. Many businesses have been relatively open to the idea of integrating smart devices into their workflow as a way to increase productivity. But news headlines have been...
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Posted in: Hardware and Software,

What You Don’t Know CAN Hurt You: The Dangers of Shadow IT

September 18th, 2015 by admin

Last spring, Hillary Clinton received a barrage of criticism after it was revealed that she used a private email server during her tenure as Secretary of State—seemingly at odds with government security protocols, if not federal laws. Clinton would go on to publicly dismiss the controversy, saying...
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Posted in: Cyber and Data Security,

BYOD Is Here: Where’s Your Company Policy?

September 11th, 2015 by admin

Once upon a time, IT administrators offered company-issued hardware to employees based upon something akin to Henry Ford's "Model T" approach: "You can have any equipment you want, as long as it's whatever we have for you." In light of the mobile/Wi-Fi revolution over the past few years,...
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Posted in: Hardware and Software,

The Ultimate IT Provider Checklist for Financial Service Firms and Investment Advisors

May 3rd, 2014 by admin

Registered Investment Advisories and other Financial Service Firms Must Choose an IT Provider Wisely Effective and reliable Information Technology plays a critical role in running a Registered Investment Advisory (RIA) firm or other financial services firm. Best-in-class technology systems are necessary...
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