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Cybersecurity in mobile, cloud-connected world

We have become used to being connected all the time, but these connections don’t come without risk. An influx of new devices with computing and networking capabilities built in is adding complexity when it comes to the routine security tasks that keep business secured — this includes patch management, system and activity monitoring, remaining vigilant about new vulnerabilities…

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Simplify device management and secure your business

By eliminating the complications of multiple passwords, this simple but powerful service makes accessing and managing SaaS and mobile applications secure and efficient for everyone. AVG Secure Single Sign On (SSO) delivers simplified mobile device management and secure multi-factor authentication for virtually all devices. Cloud based secure single sign on Eliminate password complexity: Each user needs only…

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File Sync and Share for SMBs: Public, On-premsis, Hybrid Options

Interest in cloud-based file sharing through cloud apps like Anchor and Box is booming. The primary driver behind this rise in adoption is mobile devices. The old way of file sharing doesn’t work for today’s mobile workforce. BYOD policies and an increasingly mobile workforce are putting new pressures on IT and changing the requirements for…

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BYOD is here to Stay

Today’s always-on, highly-mobile workforce is fueling the BYOD phenomenon, with an adopting rate to top 35% by 2016 according to a study by VMWare. Some research even suggest that BYOD will become a requirement as businesses start to take advantage of the cost-savings and responsiveness offered by BYOD. Employee demand for these devices is cited…

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MDM and MAM: What is the Difference?

Mobile device management (MDM) and Mobile application management (MAM) are key technologies for enabling secure smartphone and tablet use, especially in a BYOD environment. Though some of the use cases for these two technologies overlap, each technology should be considered individually when deciding how to best meet your company’s objectives. In general, MDM is geared…

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BYOD policy and pitfalls: Do’s and Don’ts

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is one of the most popular trends in business technology today and more than 75% of businesses currently allow employees to use their own devices for work. Gartner research predicts that 50% of all businesses may make BYOD mandatory by 2017. This trend requires businesses to take a good look…

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Mobile Devices in the Workplace: BYOD or COPE

The new mobile reality means that employees will expect and need IT support for personal mobile devices from their employers. A mobile device management (MDM) strategy should be part of every business’ IT strategy to ensure security and productivity. There are two ways a business can go when developing a MDM policy, BYOD or COPE.…

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Start-up Hedge Fund Technology Essentials: Compliance, Archiving and Security

Start-up hedge funds have a lot going on when it comes to technology — security, compliance, archiving are just a few of the technical considerations firms need to include in their list of “must haves” when preparing to launch. Offsite email storage and archival is on the top of the list. The SEC currently requires…

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Mobile Device Security: Data Protection for Businesses on the Go

Balancing employee’s desire to use their personal devices for business’ (BYOD) use while keeping company data secure is a constant challenge for IT staff. Understanding how to leverage the security tools available is key to protecting data on mobile devices. Most business have a knowledgeable IT partner to help guide them through the security labyrinth…

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Windows 8 Features that Benefit SMBs

Windows 8 was released last October and has been reviewed ad nauseam by tech experts. The general consensus is that Windows 8 is very capable, without major technical flaws. The major question seems to be: “Is it worth upgrading to Windows 8?” The operating systems’ mobile-centric design is of most benefit to businesses that rely…

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