Category: Mobility

Skype For Business

How to use Skype for Business to effectively communicate with remote employees. Today’s modern workforce is global, mobile, and spread out. Whether your team members are in different office buildings or totally different countries, they have to be able to communicate with each other effectively. Having a mobile workforce can be challenging for businesses, especially […]

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LOST EMPLOYEE SMARTPHONE?

“Hey boss, I lost my smartphone.” How well have you prepared for this moment? It will happen sooner or later. If your company has a plan in place, no big deal. If not, you may suddenly get that sinking feeling in your gut. You now have three big worries: Compliance Issues – If your employee […]

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Modern Security Part 3: Synchronization

Think a cyber-attack won’t happen to you? Think again! Tim Johnson McClatchy of the Washington Bureau recently pointed out that if NSA can be hacked, then who is really safe?? Businesses today, no matter how small or large, are faced with endless cyber security risks. These security risks are forecasted to grow at an exponential […]

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Can Mobile Devices Get Malware?

The answer to that question is most definitely YES!   Thousands of mobile malware variants have been discovered since late 2010, when the first malware samples for Android and iOS devices were identified.   Today, malware researchers have discovered many more malicious apps for Android than for iOS, most likely due to Android devices allowing […]

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Secure Business Data, Keep Workers Productive, and Mobile.

Your employee leaves a phone in a bar. What happens to your data?   In today’s world, you need to protect your information to protect your bottom line. Unsecured company data can cost you millions of dollars in lost research, regulatory fines, or litigation fees – but protecting your information shouldn’t make it harder for […]

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How To Make Your Smartphone A Mobile Office Workhorse

Smartphones are a workplace double-edged sword. On one side, they are mobile computers, capable of performing useful functions, and getting real work done. On the other, they can be a distraction: texting, web browsing, gaming and more. The temptation to goof off is real, but so is the productivity power. The threat of off-task usage […]

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