According to Roger Klorese of WatchGuard technologies, smartphones and tablets now account for about 25% of devices used for work in the US.
With smartphone and tablet usage continuing to explode, operator-deployed Wi-Fi networks are playing an increasing role in keeping users connected on the go.
An investigation into public Wi-Fi has found that 51% of free Wi-Fi hotspots in the UK allow access to content of an adult nature.
GFI Software announced the findings of an extensive independent research project looking at end user use of mobile devices at work and in their daily commute to and from the workplace, which revealed that commuters are using free, unsecured and unknown Wi-Fi services for accessing sensitive company data in greater numbers.
It’s summer holiday season, when people pack up their smartphones and tablets, sunscreen and tank tops and set off for a change of pace.
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