Enterprise Mobility Digest: May 2017 | WorksPad

Enterprise Mobility Digest: May 2017

Blog 29 May 2017

What latest technology trends are shaping business? What are the key trends in IT security today? How to be productive and safe on the go? Check our Enterprise Mobility Digest to find the answers!

The latest technology trends shaping business: What you need to know
Thoughtworks’s latest Technology Radar offers insight into the latest technology trends that will affect your organization.

Vendors approve of NIST password draft
A recently released draft of the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s digital identity guidelines has met with approval by vendors. The draft guidelines revise password security recommendations and altering many of the standards and best practices security professionals use when forming policies for their companies.

4 Cybersecurity Best Practices to Bolster Small Business Defenses
As cybervillains intensify efforts to crack into your networks and devices, here’s how to keep your data safe.

WorksPad – best of both worlds
MobilityLab LLC is rated as one of 50 Most Valuable Brands of the year 2017 by The Silicon Review Magazine. MobilityLab LLC is ranked by The Silicon Review Magazine based on its product WorksPad, which helps businesses to increase productivity, lower mobility costs, simplify BYOD management and improve customer and employee satisfaction.

10 essential productivity tips for road warriors
Today, entrepreneurs and executives are just as likely to be working remotely as they are from a traditional office. And, as anyone who has traveled for business knows, it’s not always easy to stay connected to colleagues and clients and get work done when you’re on the go. But these suggestions can help you be more productive wherever work takes you.

What are the key trends in IT security today?
Gartner analysts Lawrence Orans and Mark Nicolett took a few minutes recently to recap key trends in security and answer questions ahead of our upcoming Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit. Here’s what they had to say.

4 Reasons Mobile Apps Will Become Part of Mainstream Business IT
Companies need to embrace and encourage their app-happy employees — or the competition will.

Connecting with work from the road? Here’s how to stay safe
Every company has workaholics who can’t leave their duties behind when heading out on vacation. They’re kind of worker who, if the hotel doesn’t have Wi-Fi, will rush to the closest coffee shop or eatery to stay connected, check email and jump onto a video conference call. Those are the kinds of insecure wireless networks that make IT security managers nervous. And for good reason. So how to stay safe working from the road?

Follow the lead: 5 data security tips small businesses should mimic from larger enterprises
As more and more companies begin to switch to the cloud, cyber attacks need to be a top priority for business owners of all sizes and within all industries. But small businesses in particular face a greater threat. Fortunately, your small business doesn’t need a huge budget or endless resources to thwart potential cyber attacks if you copy the following five tactics that enterprise-level businesses use to protect their sensitive data.

The CSO IoT security basics survival guide
The Internet of Things – the connecting of billions of everyday and industrial devices using tiny sensors that transmit data and share information in the cloud – is revolutionizing the way we live and do business. IoT platforms are expected to save organizations money, improve decision-making, increase staff productivity, provide better visibility into the organization and improve the customer experience. The CSO IoT Security Basics Survival Guide, gathered from CSO’s popular interviews with IoT experts, provides a complete look at techniques used to prevent and defend against IoT-related attacks, as well as advice for IoT planning.

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