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FCW : March 30, 2013
De Pre e ti g Thre ts Mobile technology exposes users, organizations and networks to a spate of risks. Enter a new and mobile application maps out what applications are allowed on company- issued or personal mobile devices accessing company settings. The bring-your-own-device principle of incorporating personal handhelds into workplace networks is a driving force behind delivery, updating, performance monitoring, user authentication, user controls and analytics. working across multiple operating systems -- such as Apple iOS, Google Android and brands, including iPhones, iPads, BlackBerrys, Samsung Galaxies and more. Security measures built in to those devices are simply not enough to combat threats that can come through In addition to adding individual devices and organizations' networks safe by helping information technology managers track policies and standards for using handhelds by forcing IT leaders to think about what mobility means at their agency supports mobile devices. The General Services Administration recognizes G meCh er GAME CHANGING ECHNOLOG O MEE AGENC MI ION SPONSORED REPORT MOBILE APPLICATION SECURITY ACCORDING TO THE Digital Government trategy, overall mobile broadband subscriptions are expected to grow from about 1 billion in 2011 to more than 5 billion in 2016, and by 2015 more Americans will get online using mobile devices than desktops. Within the government, statistics from the Mobile Work Exchange's " he 2013 Digital Dilemma Report: Mobility, ecurity, Productivity -- Can We Have It All?" released Jan. 15 support such an explosion in use: Three out of four feds use mobile devices to do work an average of nine hours per week. 95 percent of feds said access to mobile devices improved their work. 55 percent bring their own devices to work, but one in three of those users lacks password protection. 85 percent of feds have downloaded an app to their personal smart phone or tablet. BY THE NUMBERS MOBILE USE suppliers. It issued a request for technical capabilities on Other organizations, such Standards and Technology putting together policies for managing mobility while also encouraging it. "To provide the highest value of services, we must rethink from step one how government builds and provides services for the American people," federal must unlock rich government data, information and services so that everyone from citizen developers and private-sector entrepreneurs, to our very own federal agencies can help provide the American people with the access to these services 'anywhere, anytime, on any device.'"
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