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Corporate Mobile Data and BYOD Infographic(s)

Very busy week so I figured I'd re-source a couple of recent infographics that I found interesting and timely.  Courtesy: http://www.druva.com/blog/state-of-corporate-mobile-data   Courtesy... Read more
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BYOD 2.0 -- Moving Beyond MDM

#BYOD has quickly transformed IT, offering a revolutionary way to support the mobile workforce. The first wave of BYOD featured MDM solutions that controlled the entire device. In the next wave, BYOD 2.0, control applies only to those apps... Read more
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The First Six Remix

With 2013 cruising along and half the year in the rear view, I thought a rest stop with all the off-ramps thus far would catch you up on this road trip.  67 stops, 44 watchable. BYOD Behavior - Size Does Matter In 5 Minutes or Less - PCoIP... Read more
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Q. The Safest Mobile Device? A. Depends

Depends?!?  Well, isn't that the answer to a lot of things in this world?  Often our answer depends on the context of the question.  Sometimes the answer depends on who you ask since it may only be an opinion or a feeling. ... Read more
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BYOD Policies – More than an IT Issue Part 3: Economics

#BYOD or Bring Your Own Device has moved from trend to an permanent fixture in today's corporate IT infrastructure. It is not strictly an IT issue however. Many groups within an organization need to be involved as they grapple with the risk of... Read more
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SmartTV, Smartphones and Fill-in-the-Blank Employees

Right off the bat, I know the title sounds like it’s all connected but they are only slightly related so I’ll give you the option of dropping out now.  Still here?  Cool.  I’ve been traveling over the last couple weeks and stories... Read more
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VMworld2012: VMware View Single Namespace

I catch up with F5 SE Scott Friedman to whiteboard and discuss F5's Single Namespace solution for VMware View.  Only 1 URL to remember and let BIG-IP make the decisions. ps Read more
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VMworld2012: VMware View Username Persistence

I hang with F5 Systems Engineer Joe Hermes for a cool demo showing the Username Persistence solution, which allows users to continue their VMware View session across devices. Pretty cool stuff, perfect for BYOD and an F5 exclusive. Apologies for... Read more
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Will BYOL Cripple BYOD?

Don’t ya love all the acronyms we have? So by now, you’ve probably heard that BYOD means Bring Your Own Device – a topic that is getting lots of press these days.  The concept of allowing employees to use their own personal device, often... Read more
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What’s in Your Smartphone?

Typical smartphone owners have an average of 41 apps per device, 9 more than they had last year according to the recent Nielsen report, State of the Appnation – A Year of Change and Growth in U.S. Smartphones.  Also last year, less than 40%... Read more
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Hey You, Get Off-ah My Cloud!

Who would have thought that a Rolling Stones song written almost 50 years ago could become a technology cliché (or battle cry) a half-century later.  Yesterday, research firm Gartner Inc. said that by 2014, The Personal Cloud will... Read more
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RSA 2012 Partner Spotlight- SecureAuth

I interview SecureAuth CTO - Garret Grajek, about the BIG-IP/SecureAuth integration. In a fun, lively and informative interview, Garret gives a great overview of how the partnership helps AAA, SSO and Federated deployments.  Also check out... Read more
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New Year, Fewer Predictions

After a couple of weeks of vacation, some minor oral surgery, a birthday, and my five year anniversary at F5 Networks (has it really been that long?), I’m back to annoy or please you some more. Our holidays were acceptable, and here’s hoping all... Read more
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Our Digital Life Deciphered

comScore always has some very interesting statistics when measuring the digital world and these recent reports are no different.  The 2010 U.S. Digital Year in Review has great info both in understanding media trends and knowing what the end... Read more
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Where Do You Wear Your Malware?

The London Stock Exchange, Android phones and even the impenetrable Mac have all been malware targets recently.  If you’re connected to the internet, you are at risk.  It is no surprise that the crooks will go after whatever device... Read more
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The New Wallet: Is it Dumb to Carry a Smartphone?

When I was a teenager, I used to have one of those cool nylon surfer wallets with the Velcro close, you remember those don’t ya?  While pumping diesel (had a VW Rabbit) one day at an old Gulf station, I left the wallet on top of the car and... Read more
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F5 Friday: There’s an App for That (And It’s In the App Store)

The consumerization of IT is well underway. Supporting secure remote access via what are traditionally “consumer” gadgets is a must.     In the days when Web 2.0 was forcing its way into IT along with the Millennials the warning went... Read more
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iDo Declare: iPhone with BIG-IP

Who would have imagined back in 1973 when Martin Cooper/Motorola dialed the first portable cellular phone call, that one day we'd be booking airline tickets, paying bills, taking pictures, watching movies, getting directions, emailing and... Read more
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CloudFucius Dials Up the Cloud

According to IDC, the worldwide mobile worker population is set to increase from 919.4 million in 2008, accounting for 29% of the worldwide workforce, to 1.19 billion in 2013, accounting for 34.9% of the workforce.  The United States has th... Read more
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CloudFucius Inspects: Hosts in the Cloud

So much has been written about all the systems, infrastructure, applications, content and everything else IT related that’s making it’s way to the cloud yet I haven’t seen much discussion (or maybe I just missed it) about all the client... Read more
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Apple iPad Pushing Us Closer to Internet Armageddon

Apple’s latest “i” hit over a million sales in the first 28 days it was available. Combine that with sales of other Internet-abled devices like the iPhone, Android, Blackberry, and other “smart” phones as well as the continued growth of Internet... Read more
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CloudFucius Wonders: Can Cloud, Confidentiality and The Constitution Coexist?

This question has been puzzling a few folks of late, not just CloudFucius.  The Judicial/legal side of the internet seems to have gotten some attention lately even though courts have been trying to make sense and catch up with technology fo... Read more
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