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Security strategies needed to cover future IoT, BYOD culture

The next 5-10 years will see a major upheaval and mobile digitization of the standard workflow for all companies, big and small. That upheaval will bring increased security risks.

IT leaders indifferent to unknown threats generated by mobile, cloud technology

IT leaders are not concerned about unknown security threats generated by BYOD, mobility, cloud computing and Internet usage, according to a survey of 1,440 global IT leaders by Vanson Bourne on behalf of Dell.

Dell set to ship Chromebooks next month

Dell on Wednesday took the wraps off the Dell Chromebook 11, which the company says will ship in January for the price of less than $300.

Dell offers first EMM product, following Michael Dell's plan

As part of Michael Dell's new strategy to refocus the company he founded on enterprise software and services, Dell launched its first comprehensive enterprise mobility management product on Wednesday.

News Scan: Dell encourages remote working; Nokia-SK mobile network virtualization trial; more

Check out the latest mobile IT news for Tuesday, 11/26 including: Dell's plans for working remotely, Nokia and SK Telecom's joint project, the state of affair concerning mobile commerce in Italy, SAP's place in the mobile enterprise app development platform market and the jump of rear-seat entertainment products due to Wi-Fi hot spots in vehicles.

Dell to demo its first 64-bit ARM server this week

Dell is set to demonstrate its first 64-bit ARM server at the annual ARM TechCon conference held from Tuesday to Thursday this week. The availability of production ready 64-bit ARM servers is essential for its adoption in data centers and enterprises.

News Bytes: iPad is king of enterprise tablets; Texting at work; more

Check out the hot news in mobile IT for Thursday, 10/17.

Dell rolls out laptops with ultra-high resolution displays

Expect to see many more high-resolution displays appearing in laptops--if new laptops released by Dell are any indication of future trends. 

Enterprises risk data theft from old laptops

Many companies turn in their old laptops to the computer firm that sells them their new laptops. The computer firm then sells them to a firm that refurbishes laptops, which in turn sells them on eBay.

Research finds more than 100,000 servers vulnerable to remote hacking

Hundreds of thousands of servers sold by computer makers such as Dell, HP and Supermicro are vulnerable to remote attacks that could allow hackers to gain complete access to them. And the nature of the problem means that the attacks would probably succeed regardless of the antimalware defenses that are installed at the operating system level.