Malcolm Gladwell, famous for his New Yorker articles and now iconic book The Tipping Point, released a book last fall titled David and Goliath. The book is primarily about underdogs and why they succeed in business and other walks of … Continue reading
Tquila has worked with hundreds of enterprises to help them build and implement cloud and mobile app strategies. Here are five of the most important lessons they've learned from those engagements.
It’s become fashionable in some circles to suggest that Mobile Device Management (MDM) is dead, but nothing could be further from the truth. While MDM is still very much in its infancy, its boundaries continue to expand. It’s no wonder people (even the experts) are confused.
This court ruling could have huge implications for how organisations do BYOD. A court in California has ruled that companies should appropriately pay their employees if they have to make work calls on their personal phones.
For many brands, mobile is all they know. Their stories begin and end in the various app stores. For other brands, mobile is the great unknown. Their stories begin on the desktop and in web browsers. A great example of the former is LinkedIn, who late last month launched a new mobile platform for iOS and Android users, complete with a brand new client-side user interface, back-end services, and a savvy new “recommendation feature.”
IoT has been generating significant buzz recently. Here are seven questions for building an IoT security framework:
Here’s a worrying statistic taken from an Intermedia report: nine out of 10 employees who leave companies still retain password for corporate applications, ranging from Facebook to Salesforce and PayPal. But why are companies not heeding these warnings?
Cloud file sharing bod Box has announced its Box Notes collaboration tool has been rolled out on Android. The company’s collaboration app had launched on iOS, for iPhone and iPad back in June as Enterprise AppsTech reported, with only a vague ‘later this summer’ statement being offered for Android rollout.
Mobile technologies are complex and user behaviours are ever-changing. There is no one “silver bullet” security control, and so an effective strategy must take a path similar to that described above with multiple controls to mitigate risk.
Last week it was revealed that Camden Borough Council had steadily increased the number of mobile devices in its remit. Following a Freedom of Information Request from Parliament Street, Camden disclosed it now uses 252 mobile devices across the council, compared with 171 in June 2013 and 74 a year before that. That number is comprised of 132 iPhones – 64 iPhone 5 devices – and 45 Samsung models.