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IT wrestles with mobile privacy, security concerns
You can't hang a "Do not disturb" sign on a mobile device. But users want their privacy when it comes to working on smartphones and tablets. IT must figure out how to balance their personal privacy with the ability to secure corporate apps and data on those devices. In this month's cover story, editor in chief Colin Steele dives into the issue of privacy in the mobile age.
For the strongest mobile security, IT shops should take a layered approach, says columnist Eric Klein this month. Another column looks at why IT should make data storage and processing a priority in their mobility strategy. Plus, one of the newest ways to deliver and manage mobile resources is through workspaces -- an emerging technology that Jack Madden explains in depth. Finally, we recap the Best of Citrix Synergy Awards winners from this year's conference.
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Features in this issue
Mobile devices aren't the only thing putting the enterprise network at risk. IT admins must grapple with a host of security threats, requiring a layered security model.
Mobile users have a need for speed, which gives IT some data processing headaches. But new mobile data analytics tools help IT process data in real time and improve user experience.
The best doesn't come cheap. At $699, the HTC 10 has a lot to offer, from impressive speakers to its rapid Quick Charge feature.
Applications and data used to all live on Windows desktops, but today's users access many of their resources elsewhere. Workspaces might be the best way for IT to regain central management.
Enterprise social collaboration means more than office chitchat. When done right, it can boost employee productivity by encouraging participation and open communication.
News in this issue
Keep it secret, keep it safe -- that's what mobile users want for their personal data, even if it's on a work device. Enter the need for mobile device privacy policies in the workplace.