Tag: iphone

  1. Are iOS devices putting your business at risk?

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    Wildly popular from the executive suite to the back office, Apple’s iPhone and iPad are the devices that launched a thousand bring-your-own-device (BYOD) programs. For IT, there’s a lot to love about the inherent security of the walled-garden iOS ecosystem. But don’t get complacent; iOS devices can still expose your business assets to risk. Here’s what you need to know about iOS security—and how to ...

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  2. How IT can securely control Android and iOS devices

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    Android and iOS mobile devices— including smartphones, tablets and everything in between—have transformed enterprise computing, providing new mobility and flexibility for people and IT. At the same time, they compound the challenge of maintaining effective security and privacy of business information.  Read on and attend our upcoming webinar to get best practices on how IT can securely embrace mobility, consumer devices and BYOD. Instead of seeking ...

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  3. 12 Monitoring Products for Citrix XenServer – including options for hybrid infrastructure and mobile, XenDesktop, Cloud, iPad

    With the vast amount of interest new and unrivalled features such as vGPU are attracting. I’m increasingly meeting new customers to Citrix XenServer and XenDesktop interested in monitoring functionality not only for these two products but other Citrix products such as Netscaler but their existing hypervisors and physical servers. Many of our customers say it is important to them that they protect themselves by retaining the ...

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  4. Status of European Enterprise Mobility

    The adoption of mobile phones in Europe has typically led most regions, with many countries over 100% penetrated (based on multiple connected devices per user) and monthly usage for voice and message well over that of landline devices. But while North America has moved forward with almost ubiquitous 4G LTE systems, 3G still dominates in most European countries. Though 3G speeds were an improvement to ...

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  5. iOS 7 is here, and a new Citrix Receiver is required … So how do I know who to tell?

    So, the new iOS 7 is here , and it requires(read "only supports") the new Citrix Receiver 5.8.3. Some of my users will take the initial prompt and update the iOS immediately, and then find they can no longer access their XenApp Published applications; others may decline the prompt out of uncertainty of how it will affect their iPhone/iPad apps. I want both of these groups ...

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  6. Apple Announces New Hardware But Is Software Becoming The New Driver?

    Apple announced two new phones yesterday, the iPhone 5C and 5S and it was pretty much what was expected and talked about over the past few months. Plenty of reporters have done a great job covering the details, including ZDNet linked here, if you haven't seen them already. The general consensus between media and analysts is that even with the addition of the fingerprint reader (called ...

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  7. Transform your desktop & apps for BYOD at Synergy 2012 Barcelona

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    IT wants to serve employees, do what’s right for the business, and be more efficient and strategic themselves…having a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) solution can help them do this. A well thought out BYOD solution can allow you to:  Empower employees to choose their own devices, which in turn means improved productivity and mobility and competitive advantage for your organization BYOD done right also means you develop a strategy to ...

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  8. Empower your workforce with Citrix mobile workstyles at Synergy 2012 Barcelona

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    Let’s face it…embracing the consumerization of IT is downright scary. Executives and employees are bringing new devices into the workplace at an unbelievable pace. Everyone wants to be mobile but fail to understand the security implications that come with it. No worries - the workplace of the future is here today! Still you ask: Which types of technologies are needed for mobile device support? Which applications can I ...

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  9. To BYOD or not to BYOD…That is the question!

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    Dwight D. Eisenhower once famously said that “plans are nothing; planning is everything”.  Planning for BYOD is key to ensuring your organization is prepared for the influx of consumer devices executives, employees and contractors are bringing into the workplace. In fact, 94% of organizations plan to put some form of BYOD policy in place by mid-2013. They know they must adapt and come up with ...

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  10. Learn “What’s Next for Mobility” from Who’s Who in South Florida Technology

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    South Florida is rich in mobile tech history…In fact, 20 years ago the first SmartPhone was developed in Florida. Truth be told Florida has always been on the cutting edge of being mobile and productive at the same time…think Don Johnson driving a Ferrari while on a mobile phone in Miami Vice. Be in the front row as the South Florida Technology Alliance and Chris Fleck, ...

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