The number of mobile malware threats is on the rise and cybercriminals are finding more ways to infect mobile devices, according to two studies by security firms released last week.
BYOD is spurring a resurgence in the network access control market.
The widespread availability of mobile devices in the workplace was identified as the top technology trend influencing the competitiveness of enterprises over the next three years, according to a survey of 474 corporate executives conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit on behalf of Juniper networks.
Juniper Networks is reporting a significant jump in the amount and quality of mobile malware in 2011 compared to previous years. According to a report released by Juniper, the amount of malware has
You already have a mobile workforce whether you intended it to be that way or not. Workers everywhere are using their own mobile devices to make business calls, read email, and keep up with their
Two Korean Android smartphone makers, Samsung and LG Electronics, announced a bigger push into the enterprise market. Samsung Electronics and its U.S. arm Samsung Telecommunications America announced
Android malware has jumped 400 percent since the summer of 2010, says a new report from Juniper Networks Global Threat Center. The report contributes the malware surge to users who are "unaware,
Juniper Networks has introduced smartphone security software for corporations. The package includes programs for secure email and other information on individual-liable smartphones. "More and more
Jeff Raikes, one of three Microsoft corporate presidents, has announced that he'll be retiring in September of this year. Head of Microsoft's Business Division (Office, Exchange and Dynamics),