WWT's own Joey Muniz takes a deep dive in a fast-growing area of BYOD: Mobile Device Management (MDM)...read more
Mobile Device Management (MDM) is a phrase coming to prominence of late, with the surge in BYOD activity and organizations scrambling for a single pane of glass to handle all the devices on their networks.
At the 2012 RSA Conference, WWT's Aamir Lakhani sat down for an interview and discussed security aspects of BYOD and how IT departments are catching up with the consumerization of the once strictly corporate workspace...watch the video
Aamir Lakhani at the 2012 RSA Conference
The lineup for Geek Day 2012 is set, and we've done the math. You can spend the next year figuring out how to learn everything you need to know about new IT vendor offerings, or you can knock it out in two days at Geek Day...read more
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Brian Ortbals began full-time work with World Wide Technology in 2000, as a network engineer. Since then he's been involved in many aspects of the company's growth, and in his current role as director of WWT's Advanced Technology Practice, he and his team help customers address some of today's most pressing IT challenges.
Following the inaugural WWT United voting for interview topic, we sat down with Brian to ask him 10 questions on the proliferation of mobile devices and the impact it's having on security, wireless and core networking issues...read more
The good news in this post from WWT Security Blogger and cyber security architect, Joey Muniz, is there are some relatively easy steps to take to avoid the bad news of learning your mobile device has been hacked...read more
Everybody hates losing things. It drives you mad looking in the same places thinking a magic gnome will put your item back. Usually that doesn’t happen. Especially when it’s a highly desired product such as a mobile device...read the full post from TheSecurityBlogger.com