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Security Tips for BYOD and 1:1 Deployment

Devices are a significant investment, regardless of whether the school, student, or parent is supplying them. It’s important that schools invest in protecting these devices, as well as the students who are using them. 420 more words

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Fired For Deleting An App: How BlackBerry Containerization Technology Can Protect Employee Privacy

In May, a Californian woman sued her employer for firing her. Termination lawsuits are nothing new, but this one broke new ground. Myrna Arias of Bakersfield, Calif., who worked in sales for money transfer company Intermex, says she’s fighting back because her termination was retaliation for deleting a company-mandated location-tracking app, Xora, from her smartphone. 797 more words


WorkLife Tackles the Financial and Privacy Challenges of BYOD and COPE, Helping Enterprises AND Carriers. Here’s How.

Everyone hates expense reports. Employees hate filling them out, and managers hate the lost productivity– an average of $20 worth of worker time per report, according to… 550 more words


BES12 Version 12.2 Arrives with Enhanced Multi-OS Support

When BlackBerry launched BES12, we introduced our most complete, simplified and secure mobility management platform yet. Since then, our teams have been hard at work developing enhancements… 829 more words


Tips for BYOD Implementation in Education

BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) is a trend that has been becoming increasingly more popular in education – almost 50% of districts allowed, or were developing a… 315 more words


Study: Growth ahead for Enterprise Mobile Management

(This is a guest blog by Jack Gold, principal analyst and founder of US-based J.Gold Associates)

Many have speculated about the evolution of the market for MDM/EMM as BYOD has taken hold in corporations. 590 more words


Pros and Cons of BYOD

While the rise of BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) in education has largely been fueled by the cost savings it provides schools, there are many pros and cons schools must weigh when contemplating a BYOD program: 347 more words