While agencies still struggle with BYOD security, wearable devices are poised to enter the government workplace, bringing a new set of concerns.
IDC Government Insights expects slower smartphone growth across government but increased use of tablets, especially among state and local governments.
A Good Technology report found a 54 percent growth quarter over quarter in activations of enterprise applications, indicating that organizations are leveraging mobile apps to make employees more collaborative, productive and engaged.
Mobile security company Zimperium releases an Intrusion Protection System app that uses artificial intelligence to recognize and block malicious behavior.
The iPhone's and iPad's usability, security and closed ecosystem have made Apple devices an increasingly popular choice for public-sector IT managers.
Badge Buddy cuts down on officers' reliance on dispatchers for relaying of noncritical information, saving time, improving efficiency.
Dell Software recently announced new tools for mobility management, security and business intelligence.
New service brings increased security and access management for both employee-owned and corporate-issued devices.
Blocking access to sensitive data by mobile workers in the end is counterproductive. Instead, it’s better to protect data by incorporating better access controls in the technology itself.
Checking for unusual activity in log and event management data can help admins spot the changes that can compromise network security.
Madrid, Spain-based AGNITiO sees a place for voice biometrics in authenticating user ID on smartphones and other mobile devices.
With AT&T's Toggle, two virtual smartphones can exist within the same device; one is open and unsecured for the user. The other is locked down for government service.