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6 BYOD Security Best Practices

6 BYOD Security Best Practices

6 BYOD Security Best Practices Bring Your Own Device, commonly known as BYOD, and cloud computing are changing the way we use technology in the workplace. Sixty percent of businesses currently use a BYOD model, and forecasters suggest that number will rise to 90 percent by 2014. Fifty-four percent of American companies also use public

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Collaborative Economy – Customer Appreciation Day

Collaborative Economy – Customer Appreciation Day

Part 2 – Collaborative Economy – Customer Appreciation Day This is part 2 of a 2-part post on disruptive technologies and the collaborative economy. Click To Read Part 1 Customer Appreciation Day Customer Appreciation Day. Signs bearing this message have appeared regularly in store windows and print ads throughout the decades past – a well-intentioned

3 Recommended Whitepapers: “Keeping Secrets – Good Password Practice”

3 Recommended Whitepapers: “Keeping Secrets – Good Password Practice”

3 Recommended Whitepapers: “Keeping Secrets – Good Password Practice” Cloud security and password protection is big business. Today we have provided 3 recommended research papers to read over this week which goes alongside today’s infographic. “Enterprise Password Management – A Guide for Best Practices” Learn how using RoboForm Enterprise is an easy, secure, and practical

Let’s Talk Workspace Cloud Security!

Let’s Talk Workspace Cloud Security!

Let’s Talk Workspace Cloud Security! Let’s face it, security most likely tops the list for IT challenges and now with cloud technology’s significant expansion over the years and the increase of personal devices, also known as BYOD, being used in and outside the workplace, the challenges have gotten that much more intense. As per BT.com’s

Signing On The Dotted Cloud

Signing On The Dotted Cloud

Signing on the Dotted Cloud One area where the virtual world of the cloud leads to a sense of discomfort has to do with signing documents and contracts. For centuries, the binding value of an agreement was based on an individual’s capacity to sign his or her name at the bottom – a visual and