Cameras on phones have come a long way from where they once were. What started as cheap discount cameras, the latest models of Android, Google, and iPhone cameras pack enough power that’s comparable to DSLR cameras. It makes sense that people want to be taking more pictures with these cameras. However, a lot of those …
This pandemic has caused many businesses to make changes to how they conduct business. Out of the many changes that businesses have had to do, one such shift is the use of conference calls. Even before all of this occurred, video conferences were quite popular with 80% of executives saying these conferences are replacing audio conferences as the go-to method for internal communications.
For any IT department, mobile apps can be a total nightmare. There are millions out there and more are being made every day. Unfortunately many of the apps never were developed with security in mind.
While your IT department may not be working in this area, many IT organizations have tried to counter potential threats from mobile apps through various techniques over the years. Each one has had their own rate of success, but through their efforts, we’ve learned some methods to help with mitigating risks.
With mobile devices becoming the go to device for internet access, we have to address some of the issues that our computers have dealt with in the past: viruses and security threats. The big problem with this is not that many people have security in mind when they whip out their phone.