Mobile device management is taking on an increasingly important role in today’s business climate. Here’s why.
Mobile device management is very important in today’s business climate. Obviously, all of your users employ mobile phones to facilitate corporate emails on their devices so they can access them in an easy and precise manner. The problem with this, though, is that the password that typically accesses your email is also your active network directory and credentials. If a mobile device falls into the wrong hands and gets hacked, someone can access that password fairly easily. As a result, they’ll have access to your network and intellectual property via your data. That’s why many organizations are using mobile device management to prevent this from happening.
In the video above, I’ve outlined how this tool allows you to control mobile devices, whether they’re provided by the company or an employee chooses to leverage their own phone.
Feel free to use to watch the video in its entirety or use these timestamps to browse specific points at your convenience:
1:41—Solutions we’ve deployed in the past that address mobile device management
1:59—Other devices that can be controlled by commercial, enterprise-level platforms
2:48—The most successful products we’ve seen in the last few years
3:18—What these products cost and what we believe is the most efficient platform price-wise
4:33—Why companies with a BYOD (bring your own device) approach need an HR policy in place that everyone signs off on
6:05—Cheaper alternatives for Android or IOS phones
6:58—Wrapping things up
If you have any questions about this topic, don’t hesitate to reach out to me. I’d be happy to help you.
The term “hacking” has a negative connotation for most, but the right kind of hacking can actually protect you. Here’s how.
Today I’m going to talk a little bit about ethical hacking to clear up some common misconceptions and share what the future holds within this industry.
Over the last two years, we’ve really focused on building up the side of our business where we go out and work with our clients and other organizations to do ethical hacking, or “white hacking,” a form of hacking that aims to shore up any vulnerabilities instead of trying to take advantage of someone.
Here’s an outline of the discussion, with timestamps so that you can skip ahead to the section(s) that interest you the most:
1:30- The two types of hacking
2:45- How we provide solutions to organizations through white hacking
3:57- Three alternative software products that you can install on your servers to prevent hacking
4:35- Why cloud computing increases the risk of being hacked and underscores the importance of having local data security
6:25- An increasingly common practice from black hackers to watch out for
7:10- Wrapping things up
If you have further questions about what I discussed in today’s video or anything else related to your IT security, don’t hesitate to reach out and give me a call or send me an email.