BYOD vs. CYOD vs. COPE vs. COBO: Mobile Device Programs & Policies

BYOD vs. CYOD vs. COPE vs. COBO: Mobile Device Programs & Policies

If organizations don’t take proper precautions, mobile devices can be mismanaged and put entire corporations at risk.

They are often overlooked and are some of the least regulated tools employees use.

The type of enterprise mobility programs your organization has in place determines the requirements you can set in your mobile device policy. Read on to learn more about the four types of enterprise mobility programs.

15 Surprising Stats About Corporate-Owned IT Assets

15 Surprising Stats About Corporate-Owned IT Assets

Roughly 80% of IT leaders state their employees cannot perform their work duties without a mobile device. Many companies are equipping their employees with corporate-owned IT devices due to the shift to remote-first or hybrid work environments, and reports indicate that productivity can increase by 77% when employees work remotely. Read on to learn more about corporate-owned IT assets.

8 Types of Data on the Average Company-Owned IT Asset

8 Types of Data on the Average Company-Owned IT Asset

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, many companies have moved to a hybrid work environment, issuing employees mobile devices to work remotely. With more employees using company-owned mobile devices to access company data, organizations must strengthen their data security initiatives.

Top 8 Threats to Mobile Device Security

Top 8 Threats to Mobile Device Security

Mobile IT assets are frequently overlooked and excluded from security conversations, yet they store just as much sensitive information as laptops and desktops. Learn about the eight primary threats to mobile device security in enterprises.

DevSecOps: 7 Core Development Principles Mobile reCell Follows

DevSecOps: 7 Core Development Principles Mobile reCell Follows

DevSecOps identifies and resolves security issues as they arise by integrating aspects of development, security processes, and operations into each phase of the software development lifecycle, including initial design, integration, testing, deployment, and delivery. DevSecOps ensures security is at the forefront of software delivery.