How Governments Can Turn BYOD from a Challenge into an Opportunity

The concept of mobility in the government today is a source of many things: excitement, productivity, innovation, frustration. The vision for tomorrow, however, is a much broader, wide-open horizon of potential uses and applications. Take BYOD. Over the years, we have experienced a dramatic rise in mobile device use for both personal and professional communications, … Continue reading How Governments Can Turn BYOD from a Challenge into an Opportunity

Making BYOD Possible in Today’s Highly Regulated World

Financial services firms looking to implement a mobile strategy today face a number of challenges. While mobility has created important opportunities to increase employee productivity and customer engagement in financial services, mobile communication on personal devices has introduced new challenges, including security concerns around secure messaging and voice calls, increased regulatory scrutiny and the need … Continue reading Making BYOD Possible in Today’s Highly Regulated World

The perils of connectivity: Privacy and security on the Internet of Things

I was recently asked to speak on a panel discussing “The perils of connectivity: privacy and security on the Internet of Things,” at the State Bar of Arizona’s annual conference for attorneys. My co-panelists included David Bodney, Ballad Spahr LLP and Chair of ABA Forum on Communications Law; Daniel Christensen, Global Group Counsel of IT, … Continue reading The perils of connectivity: Privacy and security on the Internet of Things

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