02November

Why Jennifer Lawrence’s Outrage Should Matter to Business

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By now we’ve heard that just a couple of weeks ago several high profile celebrities’ personal nude photographs were hacked and posted for public consumption. The celebrities themselves are outraged, as is a great dealt of the American public. Since then lawsuits have been threatened and Google claims to have gone to great lengths to
29July

When You Least Expect It: Reselling Your Device and Your Privacy

  • Posted By: Omer Eiferman
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Recently Avast exposed a troubling trend which has called in to question the growing practice of many Americans reselling their smartphones. While most Americans feel that they have adequately wiped their device clean of any type of personal information before offering it up for resale on popular sites like eBay and Amazon, Avast discovered, after
29June

The New Digital Age of Privacy: What the Supreme Court Ruling on Privacy Could Mean to Employees

  • Posted By: Omer Eiferman
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Yesterday the Supreme Court ruled in a very important way that has strong implications for the employee/employer relationship. In the increasingly mobile world that we live in today this was an enormous victory for privacy. The Supreme Court held that the information and data contained on cellphones, an everyday extension of most people’s personalities, should
06June

Multi-Persona Delivers on Changing Models of Practicing Medicine

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Employers and employees have embraced the BYOD trend across a variety of industries as a way to accommodate welcomed changes to traditional employment models. The same is true of what has been one of the most traditional work models – medicine. In the last several years a new trend is emerging in healthcare. Fueled by
13May

Multi-Persona Matters: Supporting the Architecture of our Lives in the Age of Mobility

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In the age of mobility we are constantly craving new ways to support the architecture of our lives. We are looking for ways to seamlessly automate all of the nuances of our day and our phones and tablets have become the most salient way to do so. On a daily basis we inherently compartmentalize our
24March

Delivering on Education in the Age of Mobility

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Today’s students are more connected via mobile devices than ever before. According to a recent Pew Research Center study, 78% of teens have a cell phone, and nearly half of those teens own smartphones. College students on average own 7 different devices, with a laptop and smartphone topping the list. Smart devices are capable of
17February

MWC Blog Series Part III: Cellrox Drives Business by Embracing Changing Models of Employment

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Last week we saw how Cellrox’s multi-persona BYOD strategy allows the enterprise to effectively attract top talent.  In our final installment of this MWC Blog series, we will see how Cellrox meets the business challenges of rapidly changing models of employment in the enterprise. According to Intuit, the percentage of occasional, temporary or part time
10February

MWC 2014 Blog Series Part II: Enterprises Attract Top Talent with a Successful BYOD Strategy

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Last week we looked at how Cellrox’s multi-persona strategy increases compliance in highly regulated industries, such as financial services, because the practicality of the strategy addresses the way in which employees actually work.  To meet the business challenges of today and tomorrow Cellrox’s multi-persona BYOD strategy also enables the enterprise to attract and retain top
06February

MWC 2014 Blog Series Part I: Cellrox Improves Compliance in Highly Regulated Industries

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Last week we highlighted the significant advantages adopting a multi-persona strategy has on the ability for the enterprise to successfully implement a BYOD strategy.  It is clear that specific trends in business would be supported by this strategy and allow a variety of enterprises to rise to meet the business challenges of tomorrow. This is
02February

Network vulnerabilities in Android (and KNOX)

  • Posted By: Oren Laadan
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Architecture is the translation of strategy or business intent. To be successful with a BYOD strategy, the solution design needs to optimize for a strong separation between the personal and professional on the same device. A recent KNOX story showcases a design that aims for protecting the device as a whole, with insufficient granularity to enforce sufficient isolation
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