It's dangerous to allow unmanaged personal devices access to the corporate network but due to the remote work shift there are many Australian organisations in this situation. What should they do?
Apple has teased its event at 4am on October 14, AEDT, with an invitation declaring Hi, Speed. The reference is widely believed to allude to the speed of 5G and the arrival of the first 5G-enabled iPhone.
The pandemic-inspired shift to remote working has increased demand for Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) and will accelerate moves to consolidate UEM to a single console, says Gartner.
Apple has just confirmed a virtual event will take place at 3am next Wednesday AEST (10am September 15 PT) but the iPhone 12 is not expected to be included.
Only eight vendors made the Gartner 2020 UEM Magic Quadrant, and two of them - Microsoft Intune and VMware Workspace ONE - have stolen a significant advance on the rest of the field.
Smartphone sales have plummeted due to the pandemic, but demand for 5G devices is expected to push the market back to growth next year.
In the sudden shift to working from home, many organisations have found themselves reliant on employees using unsecured personal devices and internet access. A BYOD Policy is a critical step in mitigating the cyber risk this poses.
MobileCorp is proud to announce it has been recognised as a Cradlepoint Signature Partner. Cradlepoint are the global leaders in 5G and LTE enterprise wireless solutions and recently collaborated with Telstra to launch the world's-first enterprise 5G solution.