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  • Managing iPads in enterprise networks

    These days users expect to be able to use their iPads inside the business and as thousands of software vendors release applications for the iOS platform which provide data mobility and usability benefits to employees, the prospect of the iPad as a bu... 

  • Mobile Security Update - AnyConnect released to the Android market

    Cisco has followed up its release of the AnyConnect VPN client for Apple iOS devices with the launch of Cisco AnyConnect for Samsung. 

  • Cisco introduces AnyConnect to mobile devices

    The benefits of enabling your workforce with mobile access to enterprise applications, regardless of whether those applications are in the cloud or in the corporate data centre, are clearly recognised. The ease of providing secure remote access to em... 

  • McAfee releases Android end point security solution

    McAfee have announced McAfee Mobile Security software, available for both smartphones and tablets, which according to a recent press release provides a comprehensive mobile security solution by combining three leading McAfee mobile security products:... 

  • Security vendors step up IPv6 certifications

    IPv6 readiness for networking products and applications in your network can be difficult to assess. Vendors such as Sourcefire are turning to US based ICSA Labs for certification against US based the USBv6 profile. 

  • GPS systems may boost security

    Global Positioning Systems (GPS) may have a positive impact on security, says an expert. 

  • Juniper launches mobile security play

    Following its acquisition of mobile security vendor S-Mobile, Juniper Networks has both rebranded and repositioned its mobile security suite. 

  • 5 ways smart phones challenge mobile internet security

    Smart phones like the iPhone, BlackBerry and HTC range are winning many users in business. We explain the threats they represent, and offer a glimpse of how security pros can address those risks. 

  • Risky Business: BlackBerry malware

    This week's episode of the Risky Business podcast uncovers trojans that can attack BlackBerry email devices. 

  • The desktops they are a-changin'

    Patrick Gray talks to Intel about the company's pending vPro hardware virtualisation features, and the effect they will have on PC security. 

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