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Frontline Consultancy launch new BYOD security solution to support GDPR requirements

Frontline Consultancy launch new BYOD security solution to support GDPR requirements

Every year over 500,000 personal mobile devices are stolen in the UK, many of which contain access to sensitive business data, which could be a breach of new GDPR regulations due in 2018.

Absence of BYOD policies among local authorities putting data at risk, warns Annodata

Absence of BYOD policies among local authorities putting data at risk, warns Annodata

Recent research from Managed Services Provider (MSP) Annodata has revealed that a high proportion of local authorities in England are yet to implement a 'Bring Your Own Device' (BYOD) policy.

Public sector organisations need to give BYOD appropriate consideration

Public sector organisations need to give BYOD appropriate consideration

A recent survey conducted by Annodata, provider of communications, managed print and IT services, reveals that a number of organisations within the public sector still need to give 'Bring Your Own Device' (BYOD) initiatives proper consideration. Only then can security risks be avoided and the benefits of BYOD fully achieved.

Is BYOD the beginning of the end for subsidised mobile phones?

Is BYOD the beginning of the end for subsidised mobile phones?

Carriers and virtual carriers in most regions have experienced steady erosion in ARPU since 2010 according to analysts Strategy Analytics. Despite a collective US$700 billion investment in infrastructure over the past ten years, revenue growth has been almost flat since 2007.

Xirrus solves Wi-Fi access challenges for BYOD and IoT with EasyPass

Xirrus solves Wi-Fi access challenges for BYOD and IoT with EasyPass

Xirrus, provider of high-performance wireless networks, has announced immediate availability of EasyPass, a suite of services that manage mobile device connections to Wi-Fi networks in the simplest way with minimal IT involvement.

Benefits of BYOD stunted without cloud-enabled printing, warns Annodata

Benefits of BYOD stunted without cloud-enabled printing, warns Annodata

The productivity gains to be had from BYOD and mobile working will be lessened unless businesses' print estates are brought up to date. According to Annodata, provider of communications, managed print and IT services, organisations must embrace cloud-based print or risk rendering their staff unable to do the most basic of tasks.

How Unified Access meets the unique new problems of IT in education

How Unified Access meets the unique new problems of IT in education

The rise of consumer devices and the BYOD trend is ongoing and few are being affected more than academia.

Face up to BYOD

Face up to BYOD

With the news that more than 40% of companies do not consider the 'bring your own device' (BYOD) trend to be on their agenda, IT and communications industry experts are warning that sooner or later they will have to face up to BYOD, whether they want to or not.

Your choice - CYOD or BYOD?

Your choice - CYOD or BYOD?

By Ed Holden, Editor, Manufacturing & Logistics IT.

We have been hearing quite a lot over the past year or two about Choose-Your-Own-Device (CYOD) – where the organisation owns the SIM/contract, but allows employees to choose their own device – and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) – a mobile device policy that allows employees to connect their personal smartphones and/or tablets to the organisation’s network.

One in five businesses allow personal devices without policies

One in five businesses allow personal devices without policies

One in five companies allow employees to use personal devices at work without having a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy in place, a survey from Intrinsic Technology has found. Adam Jarvis, chief executive at Intrinsic Technology, commented: "Businesses cannot blindly allow staff to use their own devices – there should be a detailed policy which addresses the security issues."

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