The threats and benefits of adopting a BYOD policy

Written by: Orin Thomas   Bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policies allow employees to use their own personal devices for work activities in the corporate environment. The BYOD trend empowers employees to use technology they’re familiar with and can free organisations from providing support and equipment. However, there are some risks associated with BYOD that organisations might not consider until they have...

Top five mobile threats to your enterprise data

Written by: Phil Muncaster Mobile devices are near-ubiquitous productivity tools for enterprise employees, but they are also vulnerable to malicious third parties. Hackers want to take advantage of the security gaps that don’t exist on desktop PCs – and we reveal how to outsmart them. By 2020, 60 per cent of the world will access the...

35 under 35

There’s no such thing as ageism in technology, as we’ve seen time and again. Thirteen-year-olds founding companies. Seventeen-year-olds becoming CEOs. Innovation is alive and well among Millennials and Gen Z.   MIT Tech Reviews’ annual list of the top 35 under 35 was recently released, giving shout-outs to the latest batch of inventors, visionaries, entrepreneurs,...

Ad-tech, Mad-tech, Mar-tech

Ad-tech was on the rise until funding came to a halt. In light of big data and analysis trends, ad-tech has left funders and marketers looking for something more. But funding is alive and well for “mad-tech,” the new and expanded landscape that includes not only ad-tech but also mar-tech firms and marketing-data and analytics...