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Top 5 mobility predictions for 2017

Mobility Predictions for 2017

Each year, we take a moment to reflect on recent experiences helping companies discover meaningful mobility and detail our expectations in this space for the coming year. Below are not only our top five mobility predictions for 2017, but quick tips on how you can address them in your organization. Read More

An inside look at the insecurity of the IoT

From data mining and machine learning to VR (virtual reality) and AI (artificial intelligence), the tech industry is no stranger to its fair share of buzzwords. One that has dominated headlines throughout 2016 is IoT, or the Internet of Things. To put it simply, the IoT refers to the flourishing ecosystem of devices connected to the Internet that can generate, consume and exchange data via embedded sensors. Mobile devices, our focus here at Tech Orchard, are a critical part of this ecosystem. Read More

Mobile devices: Your company’s biggest security weakness?

Whether you’re an avid “From the Orchard” reader or simply view our blog from time to time, it’s likely you’ve noticed that we do our best to keep you out in front of major security threats and aware of ways to help combat them in your organization. While it’s probably no surprise that corporate-provided and BYOD (bring your own device) mobile assets pose a substantial risk to your company data, it’s important to understand that a balance between technology solutions and human solutions is the best way to protect your organization from harm. Read More

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City: When cybercrime hits home

As a working adult in the Kansas City area, it’s highly possible that your health insurance provider is Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City. If so, you may have recently received a letter from the company highlighting the fact that one of its service providers was hit with a data breach. Therefore, your member information may have potentially been exposed. Read More

To address or shelve? Prioritizing IT spending

With third quarter 2016 well under way, many organizations are starting to prepare annual budgets for the coming calendar year. IT departments in particular are often faced with a large number of competing priorities that must be addressed and accounted for in this process. But with the continued rapid evolution of technology and mobile trends, prioritizing IT spending can be a serious challenge. Read More

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