Aruba Offers Improved Device, App Control for BYOD Environments

Aruba Offers Improved Device, App Control for BYOD Environments

The BYOD trend is being fueled by the rapid adoption of smartphones and tablets by executives and employees alike, and while analysts and vendors say it increases productivity and enables greater mobility, for IT staffs, it brings management and …
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BYOD Fuels NAC Comeback

The simple answer is the trend for Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) programs, according to Lawrence Orans, a Gartner analyst. “The main concern is personally owned mobile devices, and what's pushing NAC sales is the desire to apply policy to the network,” …
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Druva to Discuss BYOD Backup at 'Truth in IT' Seminar in Boston April 16

Only 35% of enterprise laptops are believed to be backed up, and virtually no tablets or smartphones are protected despite the acknowledged security risks of the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) movement. That is beginning to change with the increasing …
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