IT teams are constantly tasked with managing devices that must be upgraded and transitioned between users. Plus, as the evolution of devices and operating systems continues, users and workplaces must evaluate the need for integrating new devices in the mix. Rather than spend countless hours and money setting up these devices to balance security needs and employee wants, VMwareâ€™s Workspace ONE is committed to enhancing the out-of-box experience (OOBE) for all devices using any OS.
As a mobile IT company, we love many devices and many OSes. It probably comes as no surprise then that this knowledge of technology translates into a lot of questions from our friends, family and colleagues about troubleshooting issues and incorporating the tricks of the trade to make these devices work for various users. We ran across this article sharing some really great tips iPhone users can leverage to get the most from their smartphones. And donâ€™t forget about a previous Tech Orchard Tips article detailing how toÂ maximize your iPhone battery lifeÂ if youâ€™re struggling with that problem!
When it comes to secure mobility, users have been shouting Appleâ€™s praises for years because its iOS has long had a reputation for being more secure than Android. This has translated into making some users feel almost invincible â€¦ and therefore to be more lax in terms of their own sensitivity and awareness to potential attacks, as well as their habits for preventing such events. However, recent trends indicate that while iOS may still not be as susceptible to malware as Android, it is actually MORE susceptible to phishing attacks. Read on to learn more and arm yourself with tips to protect yourself, your business and your devices.
Back in February of last year, we issued a blog post on device location reporting, a topic that often comes up among our AirWatch users. Last week, we received the following email from a client working to troubleshoot an issue that arose when trying to configure this popular functionality.
As we move more of our work and personal lives digital and carry all of it in our pockets, the struggle to secure your smartphone can often feel daunting and confusing. If you follow a few simple steps, you can protect yourself from the vast majority of threats that existâ€”both physical and digital.
Protecting your privacy and keeping data secure on a computer, whether running a Windows, Mac or other operating system, is more important than ever in todayâ€™s internet and cybersecurity environment.Â Many Apple users assume that the Mac OS is more secure and less prone to exposure. While partially true, the reality is no OS is totally immune from phishing attempts, man-in-the-middle attacks, malware-infected applications, or internet and email links to unsafe web pages. However, you can do more than you think to protect yourself and your Mac by taking control of some key system settings and paying attention to your computing habits.