DiData Study Finds Canada a BYOD Leader

DiData Study Finds Canada a BYOD Leader

And the study suggests there's little likelihood of that adoption shifting much – of those surveyed, only two per cent said they plan to move towards BYOD over the next 12 months, with another two percent saying they expect to implement a new policy in …
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SSCC 106 – US DoD and BYOD, "scanner" malware, 2FA, and browser wars …

With 14,000 devices of unknown provenance hosting possibly sensitive material, Chester wonders if it can be called a “BYOD programme” at all, and Duck wryly asks what chance small and medium businesses have if even the armed forces can't compel their …
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The security guide to BYOD

IDG News Service – It used to be so simple. A new employee joined your organisation and you gave them a laptop, which was entirely under your control. You could lock down the operating system to prevent the installation of potentially insecure or …
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