Standardizing IT security measures is a common practice, and mandating smartphone network protection may become a more popular idea as time progresses.
To keep your mobile devices and data safe, here are five basic tips to follow.
Android has established a firm place for itself in the smartphone market.
In the modern corporate world, it seems that both company leaders and employees are ecstatic about the bring-your-own-device movement.
Small business employees are using their phones more, even though their employers may not know the risk.
The bring-your-own-device trend is an exciting part of the modern business world, and everyone seems to be enjoying the benefits that enterprise mobility affords.
Smartphone security has become an increasingly prominent concern in the age of BYOD, identity theft and stealthy malware developments, and it seems that some tech firms are beginning to respond to consumer demands for greater privacy.
The bring your own device phenomenon is a growing trend among businesses in various industries.
Cybercriminals know how to create an alluring trap. Recently, they have circumvented many consumer apps' weak security systems and gained access to smartphone users' personal information.
Mobile devices have become such an integral part of many people's everyday lives that it's easy to assume they have become risk-free objects.
Smartphone owners love game apps. They provide endless, somewhat addictive entertainment, as users try incessantly to beat their friends' high scores.
As social media companies look for ways to innovate their mobile services in 2014, Facebook has created an app worth watching out for.
You may want to think twice before downloading that new mobile app everyone is talking about.
Despite the enthusiasm of many Snapchat proponents, the app may not be as safe as previously assumed.
If you're looking for creative ways to put a smile on your significant other's face on Valentine's Day, try sending him or her a personalized e-card via mobile apps.
Looking to boost your smartphone security efforts in the new year? If so, you're far from alone.
As you use your phone to make purchases and manage your finances this year, bear in mind these five key data protection principles.
It's key that you consider how you'll keep your mobile device and its resources safe from harm in the new year.
The holidays present their own particular set of threats to the safety of your device and its data.
Before you run with arms outstretched into the welcome embrace of mobile commerce, keep in mind these easy-to-remember data protection techniques.