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How has HTML5 changed app development?

HTML5 makes mobile app development easier. Updates to the language such as audio and video improvements and better integration with JavaScript make it even more appealing.

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Is there a safe way to sideload Android apps?

Android users can sideload apps outside of the Google Play Store, but these apps aren't screened for malware like commercial apps are. IT must urge users to proceed with caution.

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Biometric authentication coming to enterprise devices

The eye-opening reality: iris scans, and other biometric authentication methods, will soon be used for enterprise mobile security, phasing out the old username and password.

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Uncover various mobile devices' enterprise potential

No two mobile devices are the same; some are just a better fit for the enterprise. Explore the workplace potential for devices such as the iPhone SE and BlackBerry Priv.

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    Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA)

    Wi-Fi Protected Access, or WPA, is a security standard for Wi-Fi wireless internet connections that gave way to WPA2 in 2004. WPA2 uses the Counter Mode Cipher Block Chaining Message Authentication Code Protocol and is based on the Advanced ...

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    tablet (tablet PC)

    A tablet is a wireless, portable personal computer with a touchscreen interface. The tablet form factor is typically smaller than a notebook computer, but larger than a smartphone.

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    Popular MBaaS and app refactoring tools to try

    Once developers know what type of mobile apps they need to build, they can focus on finding the right MBaaS or application refactoring tools to streamline their efforts.

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  • Google Android operating system and devices

    Android Nougat adds file-level encryption

    The latest version of Google’s OS, Android Nougat, has new security features such as file-level encryption. But it’s only available for Google Nexus devices right now.

  • Enterprise mobile security

    Samsung Galaxy Note7 adds built-in security features

    Recent advancements in mobile security technology allow smartphone vendors to offer more built-in features, such as the iris scanner in the new Samsung Galaxy Note7.

  • EMM tools | Enterprise mobility management technology

    Citrix XenMobile adds Office 365 management

    Citrix XenMobile will integrate with Microsoft Intune, so Citrix customers can manage Office mobile apps on XenMobile managed devices.

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