What are the key security issues facing Canadian businesses? Complexity is the top one, according to Doug Cooke director of sales engineering at McAfee. Mobile devices mean the number of endpoints are exploding,
With the bring your own device (BYOD) trend catching on within offices everywhere, businesses are thinking about how to integrate their employees' devices into their workplaces. The question is, how do you manage
Moderating a panel at today's Mobile Enterprise Strategies Summit, I was lucky enough to have a few minutes beforehand to chat with the panelists casually. With Ed Brill, director of mobile enterprise marketing
Just ahead of the Mobile Enterprise Strategies Summit next week, IT World Canada has released a survey of decision-makers and their attitudes towards bringing mobile devices into their offices. The biggest findings? Canadian
Customer management giant Salesforce.com Inc. has launched an integrated identity service for its customers, allowing them to connect across apps and devices. Branded as “Salesforce Identity,” the new features act as a good
Canadian consumers and small businesses are taking some serious risks in failing to guard their smartphones and their data, according to a new study from Symantec Corp. Releasing its 2013 Norton Report yesterday,
BlackBerry Ltd. has launched its newest flagship smartphone today, calling it the company’s “biggest, fastest, and most advanced.” Branded as the Z30, the phone runs BlackBerry’s operating system (OS), BlackBerry 10 version 10.2.
Watch the Hangout replay below: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JMDeT_whjJQ Long gone are the days when an IT department was the sole issuer and administrator of technology within a company. Thanks to the consumer technology revolution, employees