Thursday December 5, 2019

Security: Adapting to tough times

With our smart devices playing a central role in our personal and work lives, the corporate world has had to adapt to our preferences with BYOD (bring your own device) policies, writes Aoife Valentine

1st March, 2015

Whether your smartphone is constantly glued to the end of your hand, or you find yourself pulling your tablet out constantly now instead of hopping on your laptop or PC, it’s fair to say that these devices have made themselves well at home in our lives.

It is estimated that there are 1.75 billion smartphones in use in the world today. Though tablets are relatively newer technology, it’s believed in 2015, that their...

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