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  • February 08, 2019 08 Feb'19

    Samsung's 1 TB internal phone storage means headaches for IT

    Samsung's new embedded Universal Flash Storage brings 1 TB of potential problems for IT.

  • February 04, 2019 04 Feb'19

    How can IT prevent mobile cryptojacking on devices?

    While most mobile platforms provide levels of security from mobile cryptojacking, IT must still be aware of the risks and procedures to address an attack.

  • January 28, 2019 28 Jan'19

    Amazon WorkLink aims to simplify secure mobile device access

    Amazon WorkLink enables users to access behind-the-firewall content with their mobile devices and helps eliminate cumbersome VPN and mobile device management setups.

  • November 06, 2018 06 Nov'18

    Cross-platform frameworks offer one-code path to mobile dev

    Cross-platform app development frameworks enable developers to create native apps for iOS and Android. At a Progress conference, developers discuss different approaches.

  • October 10, 2018 10 Oct'18

    IT must beware Apple DEP issues with authentication

    IT admins can expose an organization to a variety of threats while using Apple DEP if they're not careful. But there are ways to sidestep a DEP security issue that could be problematic.

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  • October 02, 2018 02 Oct'18

    Low-code development platforms bring speed, friction

    Low code is enabling organizations to push out mobile apps more quickly. But, for some organizations, low-code platforms introduce organizational challenges.

  • September 20, 2018 20 Sep'18

    Samsung Galaxy Note 9 improvements are small but powerful

    Samsung's newest smartphone, the Note 9, is similar to the Note 8 at first glance. But there are improvements under the hood, so learn about what sets it apart in this overview.

  • September 13, 2018 13 Sep'18

    Fleetsmith expands options for Apple device management

    Mobile device management can be a challenge for IT admins. Discover one vendor's approach and how security can make or break an organization's MDM strategy.

  • August 31, 2018 31 Aug'18

    Box mobile app faces security concerns, feature gaps

    Box has made strides with its mobile apps, but organizations still have concerns about file sharing on mobile and look for a few feature gaps to be filled in.

  • August 30, 2018 30 Aug'18

    Box security gets a boost with built-in Shield

    Shield will provide additional security options for Box content. Attendees at BoxWorks consider how this feature could integrate with IT's existing security tools.

  • August 20, 2018 20 Aug'18

    Google's OEMConfig could propel Android in business

    If more EMM platforms support more types of Android devices, IT departments and business users are set to benefit.

  • August 03, 2018 03 Aug'18

    Mobile apps for field service adapt to meet deskless needs

    Old habits die hard, but mobile field service apps have staying power as they secure and ease communication and reporting across various industries and business sizes.

  • June 28, 2018 28 Jun'18

    IAM engineer roles require training and flexibility

    Looking for an IAM engineer? They may be right under your nose. But training existing or external candidates involves a lot more than just understanding the tech.

  • June 21, 2018 21 Jun'18

    Developers reap benefits of iOS app modules with Swift

    Many developers recognize the benefits of app modularization. Historically, it's been difficult to begin the process, but now changes from Apple provide more opportunity.

  • June 20, 2018 20 Jun'18

    Mobile app machine learning imagines a bigger future with Swift

    Swift has the potential to lead the way to easier implementation of mobile app machine learning. Discover new tools for creating AI models in Swift and their use cases.

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