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Awkward Physical Adapters Can’t Match BlackBerry’s Elegant Virtual SIM Solution

In-the-know travelers learned long ago that swapping their phone’s SIM card when crossing the border can save lots of money.

But the need for multiple SIM cards (phone numbers) is set to go mainstream, in the… 559 more words

Enterprise

The Sixth Flag Launches a Highly Secure Desktop As A Service for the Enterprise

Raleigh, N.C. – March 25, 2015 – The Sixth Flag, Inc. (TSF), an emerging new technology firm, today released its web-based, HTML-rendered Desktop-as-a-Service that requires no dedicated hardware. 827 more words

Press Releases

Hillary Clinton’s E-mail: Lessons Learned

Hillary Clinton’s alleged use of a personal e-mail account for sensitive government communication has received lots of media attention. Clinton’s stated reason for using the private account was an unwillingness to carry two devices: one for personal use and one for work. 304 more words

Security

Why Smartwatches Will Become The New BYOD, And Five Steps You Can Take To Prepare.

You are what you wear:  Earlier this week, the Apple Watch was officially launched. Although there was a great deal of fanfare surrounding the announcement, many observers remained unconvinced. 836 more words

Security

New Dell KACE K1000 Appliance Delivers 'Anypoint' Management

Round Rock, Texas – January 27, 2105 – Dell today announced the newest version of its award-winning Dell KACE K1000 Systems Management Appliance, which includes new and enhanced functionality to further transform how organizations discover, configure, secure and manage computers and devices in multi-platform environments. 1,267 more words

Press Releases

Embracing BYOD and BYON to Reduce Risks

By Sarah Lahav, CEO, SysAid Technologies

The “bring your own device” (BYOD) trend has received a lot of attention in business circles, but BYON – “bring your own network” – is another security risk IT teams should be working proactively to address. 529 more words

Articles

The Dark Side of BYOD

TechNewsWorld

written by Richard Adhikari

The BYOD, or Bring Your Own Device, trend offers pluses for both employers and employees, but sometimes there’s a hitch. Under certain circumstances, the owner of a device suddenly might lose all of the data stored on it. 13 more words

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