Software deployment can be difficult, but it doesn’t have to be. In many software development projects, deployment is often the overlooked final step. You want your end user to have a device that’s ready to go right out of the box. But to get there, you need to jump through several hoops. First, purchasing mobile devices and activating them. Then, loading your app, installing MDM, updating the OS, and configuring settings. The final step is
You will be hard-pressed to find a job these days that doesn’t use technology or some sort of mobile device. With remote work on the rise, there’s a bigger question to answer; Provide devices to your team or have them bring their own personal device? Which is the right call? Many are not choosing BYOD and here’s why. What is BYOD? Bring your own device (BYOD) refers to when employees use their personal devices to connect to their organizational networks, systems, apps, etc. This
How to Prevent Data Leakage In today’s technology-driven world, essentially all businesses collect personal data which is often stored virtually on the cloud or within a database. Gone are the days of paper files but here are the days of data breaches and cybercriminals! Businesses of every size are at risk which is why it is important to take steps to prevent data leakage. What Causes Data Leakage? Mobility within business is more important than ever and cybercriminals are keen to this.
What is SMishing? Most people who have an email account have probably heard of phishing attacks. We know to be wary of suspicious emails and IT departments keep a watchful eye on company email accounts. While phishing attacks are still pretty common, you should also be aware of SMishing. Like phishing scams, cybercriminals attempt to trick people into downloading malware, clicking on malicious links, or disclosing sensitive information through text messages. That’s right, these hackers can attack your personal or business phone number! Cybercriminals feed on people’s trust of
How SaaS Integrations Can Transform Your Business After a memorable 2020, it’s safe to say that most businesses found their way to the cloud. By tapping into the advantages of Software as a Service (SaaS), you have an easier way to market and sell your products. But that’s not the only advantage this cloud-based service offers. While you may think initial investment might seem steep, we trust you’ll be satisfied with the payoff. The goal