Move follows Galaxy S5 with fingerprint reader
Israeli researchers claim they've discovered a vulnerability in the Samsung Knox software that can allow apps to "listen in" on data in the secure container.
A larger share of smartphones used for business purposes were corporate-owned in Q3, indicating that businesses want full control over mobile phones and apps.
Many Generation Y workers are willing to circumvent BYOD and security policies if they don't agree with them.
BlackBerry's secure environment and sophisticated management tools will be hard to replicate on other platforms. Start looking now.
Are confidential corporate documents finding their way onto employees' personal phones, laptops and tablets? You bet. Even worse, the next-generation workforce doesn't care.
Microsoft released Windows 8.1 Enterprise Preview, with features aimed at making BYOD and virtualization easier for SMBs.
The bring your own device (BYOD) trend is gaining steam, thanks to the cost benefits and increased productivity that can come from allowing employees to provision their own technology. Mobile workers are more likely to put in more hours, so if your employees want to buy their own equipment and do more work on their own time, it's a win for the company.
The corporate office is dead. Long live Starbucks.
Microsoft's TechEd North America conference, which was held this week in New Orleans, provided a first glimpse of the architecture that Microsoft shops should use to manage employee personal devices for work duties, an emerging IT trend called bring your own device (BYOD).