Even angels are going enterprise

By Francis Moran  There’s been a growing amount of attention paid recently to the surge in interest by startups in working on enterprise-grade products and services rather than the quick-to-market consumer and web

Published on: November 14th, 2012 Francis Moran

BlackBerry 10 to be launched Jan. 30

The next BlackBerry has a launch date, and potentially a way to solve your company's bring your own device (BYOD) woes.Research In Motion (RIM) announced this morning that BlackBerry 10 will be unveiled

Published on: November 12th, 2012 Brian Jackson

2013 is ‘make or break’ year for BYOD policies, report warns

The trend of employees bringing their own technology to work will grow exponentially next year – whether businesses actively manage it or not, according to an IT analyst firm. Two-thirds of businesses already

Published on: October 12th, 2012 Brian Jackson

Sony tablet recall highlights BYOD problem

Owners of the Sony Xperia Tablet S might want to be extra careful to not splash a glass of water onto their fondle slab now that sales have been suspended due to a

Published on: October 5th, 2012 Brian Jackson

RIM’s PlayBook OS 2.1 update targets BYOD trend

Research in Motion released an update for the PlayBook OS today that boosts security features on the tablet. The PlayBook OS 2.1 update adds full encryption for personal datastored on the PlayBook, an

Published on: October 3rd, 2012 Christine Wong

Creating mobile security policy? Remember ‘I love you,’ Kaspersky says

I.T. administrators in charge of securing mobile devices must be prepared to tell even executives there are no exceptions when it comes to company policies, says an executive from a security vendor. User

Published on: September 27th, 2012 Brian Jackson

Security fears, breaches driving a third of BYOD policies in Canada

More than one third of Canadian businesses with bring your own device (BYOD) policies adopted them as a result of specific security breaches or red flags, a new study shows. The finding is

Published on: September 25th, 2012 Christine Wong

Germans more likely to follow BYOD rules than British, French workers

Does culture or clarity play a bigger role in whether workers follow or flout BYOD security policies? Some new research out of Europe suggests a big factor is how clearlycompanies communicate their bring

Published on: September 19th, 2012 Christine Wong

70 per cent of Canadian businesses still have no BYOD policy: IDC

Over two thirds of Canadian companies still have no policy in place to deal with the bring-your-own-device phenomenon, the latest IDC Canada research shows. The disconnect is a jarring one: although 69 per

Published on: September 18th, 2012 Christine Wong

Employee iPads could cause more Microsoft-related costs: analysts

If your business allows employees to bring their own iPads or other tablets to work, then it's possible you owe Microsoft more money for all your licence agreements. What seems counter-intuitive is still

Published on: September 18th, 2012 Brian Jackson

Sophos Mobile Control released in cloud version

As employees are bringing smartphones to work more often and using them as productivity tools, many small and medium businesses are likely grappling with how to approach managing and securing all those new

Published on: September 11th, 2012 Brian Jackson

10 tips for securing BYOD in your workplace

While tech-giddy employees are prone to fawn over every new iThing smuggled into the workplace – devices that are often used in violation of company policy -- IT security pros see something very

Published on: September 5th, 2012 Joe Dysart

Canadians receive high marks on cybersecurity IQ

Canadians are actually wiser than most of their foreign counterparts when it comes to cybersecurity, new research suggests. We have a higher cybersecurity IQ score, so tospeak, than the globalaverage when it comes

Published on: September 5th, 2012 Christine Wong

Study to probe how Canada’s emergency responders use technology

They're the first people we call in an emergency. But how is technology changing the way Canada's first responders answer our calls for help?The Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance (CATA) is tackling thatquestion by

Published on: August 30th, 2012 Christine Wong