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4 top BYOD security risk prevention tips

Device pile The BYOD trend is here to stay, with employers increasingly embracing its benefits, such as lower hardware costs, extended customer access to employees and staff satisfaction. According to industry analyst Gartner, by 2017 over half of all employers will require employees to use their own devices for work purposes. But despite growing acceptance of the BYOD phenomenon, serious security concerns remain, including the possibility of data falling into the wrong hands via lost or stolen devices or lax security practices ...

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Android

Who’s most keen for the iPhone 6? In the US, the answer’s pretty much what you’d expect

iPhone-5S If the massive lines of people you see queuing outside the company's flagship stores every time a new iPhone goes on sale were anything to go by, you'd expect the answer to the question "who's going to upgrade to the iPhone 6?" to be somewhere close to "everyone". In truth though, it's a little bit more complicated than that. The most likely iPhone users to upgrade are those with the oldest phones. Well, that's in the US at any rate ...

Apple, News

Get a drone’s-eye view of Apple’s up-and-coming Spaceship campus

Apple-Campus-2 Recent footage shot using a drone and a GoPro, shows us a 360 bird's eye view of Apple's new campus, aptly referred to as Campus 2 or Spaceship. The construction site, located in Cupertino, looks more like a massive launch pad, resembling a disc of some sort. There has been a lot of speculation about the spaceship-like building, with

News

Celebs get hacked, nude pics spread across the web

Jennifer Lawrence A slew of of private photographs, including some nudes, allegedly belonging to female celebrities have spread across the web and Twitter following an apparent intrusion of their iCloud accounts. The images started circulating on Sunday, with members of the messaging board 4Chan claiming responsibility for the hack, with victims purportedly including Victoria Justice, Emily Browning, Kate Bosworth, Jenny McCarthy, Jennifer Lawrence and Kate Upton. In the immediate aftermath however, a number of the women affected stated that the images were ...

Mobile apps

Al Jazeera wants you to help make storytelling better using apps

Al Jazeera We use apps for a lot of things: entertainment, communication, sharing and so much more. There's a reason, after all, that the various mobile operating systems' app stores contain millions of apps and have seen billions of app downloads. One area where both mobile and web apps could do with constant innovation however is in the field of story-telling. It's pretty pleasing therefore that the Innovation and Research group at Al Jazeera Media Network has kicked off its first major ...

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What Twitter analytics means for the murky world of social media influence

Twitter_logo_blue In the first 30 minutes of waking up, among wrestling the last grips of the sandman, most people reach for their mobile devices and check Twitter. We want to see what happened while we were sleeping and we want to know who responded to our last tweets. Aside from the counts of retweets, the occasional favourites and perhaps the number of replies a tweet gets, it's hard to figure out how well your Twitter account is performing. But do you ...

Africa, Social media

Could social media be the future for remittances to Africa?

Mail In April the Financial Times in London reported that Facebook was in the process of applying for a banking license in Ireland in order to enter the global money remittances industry and posed the question: “Are we about to see the emergence of FaceBank?” While FaceBank might be some way off yet, there’s no doubt that social media is a big part of the future for global remittances – an industry which the World Bank estimates totaled US$550-billion in 2013, of ...

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