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Mobile Security Market Set To Hit 2 Billion Including BYOD

When it comes to protecting the enterprise, IT departments are looking beyond the basic, simple security applications, the firm found, with the demand for specialized services beginning to drive the market. In particular, network security, managed security and professional services are set to become the biggest categories for business-to-business mobile security. Bundled network security, which…

Compliance Challenges For Communication

Today’s new environment shows a marked shift of responsibility from the regulator to the regulated – creating compliance challenges. Until now, the obligation for understanding communications media used in the negotiation of each transaction was firmly with the authorities, with requests often media-specific, and targeting individuals, rather than transactions. However, the change in the processing,…

How to Avoid Fines & Lawsuits by Making Your Mobile Communications Compliant

MobileGuard, a New York City based mobile phone compliance technology company, announces its latest webinar, How to Avoid Fines & Lawsuits by Making Your Mobile Communications Compliant, scheduled for January 23, 2014 at 11:00 AM EST. The unprecedented fines, penalties, and law suits faced by major financial institutions in 2013 clearly demonstrates that the government…

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Android Market Share Drives Samsung Quest for Big Business

Android Market Share The timing couldn’t be better for Android to increase its penetration into the enterprise, especially with Android mobile devices, as of the third quarter of this year, representing 81.9% of total market share (consumer and business) and with BYOD policies becoming increasingly prevalent. Also, as recently as 2010, Blackberry dominated the enterprise…

Making a Blackberry Comeback with the Z30 Phone?

BlackBerry is alive and kicking – perhaps call it a Blackberry comeback. BlackBerry said that KPMG’s Italian operations have ordered 3,500 BlackBerry 10 devices and have committed to using BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 to manage its mobile devices. BlackBerry acknowledges that BB10’s adoption rate has been slower than expected, though that may be an understatement:…