Apple on Wednesday issued much-anticipated updates for its Mac OS X and iOS mobile operating system, adding support for its new iCloud service, and fixing a bevy of security flaws.
Bryan Smoltz, director of business development at Zenprise, the HP Protect 2011 "Emerging Vendor" winner, describes to SC Magazine Editor-in-Chief Illena Armstrong how organizations must strike the balance between embracing mobile devices and properly managing them.
Apple on Friday issued an update for its iOS mobile operating system, addressing a security flaw being used to jailbreak iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch devices.
Apple on Thursday said it is working to fix a security flaw in its iOS mobile operating system that soon could be used by criminals to gain access to users' devices.
A new, web-based jailbreaking tool available for the iPad 2 leverages a vulnerability in the way Apple's mobile operating system, iOS, handles PDF files.
Employee emails, contact lists, authentication credentials and sensitive company documents are some of the primary assets that must be protected on mobile devices.
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