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Grumpy tech guy: Welcome to Transylvanian tech support hell
At one point Chuck exclaimed something that sounded suspiciously like “My hovercraft is full of eels”. Perhaps he was a Monty Python fan!
BlackBerry Security Summit: New strategies for the communication firm
BlackBerry’s CEO opens the BlackBerry Security Summit in New York, addressing a packed crowd of security, mobility and IT professionals.
IN PICS: Inside the BlackBerry Security Summit 2016
We give you an inside look at today’s BlackBerry Security Summit 2016 taking place in New York City.
Passwords are so last year. Today, it’s all about the doodles
In the future, free-form gestures, such as a doodle or signature, may be used in place of passwords to keep mobile devices secure.
Samsung backs business transformation
“Samsung is giving enterprises and professionals the most productive and secure mobility experience available on the market today."
Mobile malware on the rise, Qualcomm and Avast step in
"With the growing use of mobile devices and the valuable data they contain, malware developers are increasingly targeting mobile users."
Distribution Central offers up mobile enterprise security
Distribution Central signed a deal to distribute MobileIron's mobile security and enterprise mobility management platform across ANZ.
Blue Coat sounds alarm on escalating mobile malware
Blue Coat Systems has sounded the alarm for individual and organisations to strengthen mobile device defences after seeing an escalation in attacks.
Margins aplenty and a new channel manager for Check Point
Check Point has upped its margins and added channel specific headcount for New Zealand as it ramps up its focus on new security technologies.
Thinking security? Think mobile data, says Imation
IT managers need to expand their security profile and think beyond software, taking security right down to the last endpoint – the data.
Palo Alto Networks and VMware play to their mobile security strengths
Palo Alto Networks and VMware have entered into a strategic partnership in order to expand their mobile security offerings.
Mobile Mentor partners with Telesign to boost mobile security offerings
Mobile Mentor has brought on Telesign as a partner, adding mobile enabled two factor authentication (2FA) services to its portfolio for ANZ businesses.
Commvault endpoint data protection strengthens enterprise BYOD initiatives
New Solution Set strengthens Bring-Your-Own-Device initiatives by efficiently backing-up devices and providing secure access and self-service capabilities to the mobile workforce.
Industry-first data plan to separate business and personal mobile data
Good Work with Data enables enterprise IT to separate business and personal cellular data usage on the same device and establish policies that pay directly for approved mobile app use.
Securing New Zealand's mobile workforce
Check Point Software Technologies’ Hamish Soper outlines three main mobility challenges for organisations – and how to address them.
The fool within bigger threat than the enemy outside
Security professionals believe their biggest threats come from careless employees, rather than cybercriminals and say they're facing increasing challenges with BYOD security.
Good Technology makes enterprise mobility easier with cloud update
For IT, this release provides significant new capabilities for delivery of enterprise-scale mobility to meet user expectations of an always-on service. High availability and load balancing are core requirements for tier one IT services.
Dell Software's position on mitigating mobile threats
Resellers can help customers mitigate mobile security threats and increase company productivity, says Ian Hodge, Dell Software ANZ managing director
Mobile devices and apps now biggest concern for business security
As mobility comes to the fore for businesses, a new report shows mobile security is now top of mind across the enterprise.
Four in 10 Kiwis unaware of mobile security policies
Kiwi organisations says mobile security is a top priority but are not using measures to secure mobile devices and apps.