Is Your Business Ready for the Rise of “i” Devices?

Written by News Channel 2 on November 22nd, 2013. Posted in Computer inventory software, Mobile security, Network inventory software


By the end of 2013, according to ZD Net, 62% of all American businesses are expected to be utilizing a BYOD policy. Bring your own device policies have risen to prominence as a direct result of mass consumer utilization of smartphones. In the U.S. alone, 65 million people own and use a smartphone daily.

Making the decision to implement a BYOD policy is a smart one, but it’s not without its risks. As CMS Wire points out, companies can easily save $1300 per employee by requiring their employees cover the costs of hardware and at least a portion of monthly usage charges. However, opening up the floor to employee-owned devices also opens businesses up to a slew of security issues; data theft, identity theft, and considera

Protecting Your Phone

Written by News Channel 2 on August 6th, 2013. Posted in Computer inventory software, Mobile security, Mobile workforce

Mobile device management

Smart phones have become a major part of our lives. The latest numbers show that over 230 million people in this country alone over the age of 13 use a mobile device. By 2010, sales of tablet computers reached 19.5 million units, and out of 1,000 people surveyed by Consumer Intelligence Research Partners, one in five intended to use theirs for business purposes. We use them for everything from checking the weather in the morning to keeping track of our finances. However, like every electronic device, your phone and tablet are susceptible to attacks. When you use one of these for work, you need to take extra care of the information it holds. This is why it is very smart to bring in an outside company that specializes in tablet and iphon