…Samsung Knox-enabled devices received approval from the . Department of last year
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It'll save the company money. They point to thisarticle that suggests that BYOD can save a company up to $ 80 per month per employee.
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…FCC isn't the only Anthony Foxx says "Over the past few weeks, we have heard of concerns raised by airlines, travelers, flight attendants, members of and others who are all troubled over the idea of passengers …government department weighing in on the issue. The DOT ( Department of ), whose jurisdiction includes air travel, is also seeking public comment — but on whether allowing such calls is "fair to consumers". DOT
Diane at 5:13 describes her customers as students, but notes that their parents, …
…we've invited Diane and Steven Hodas of the Testing Lean Startup in Education ; both will also be speakers at this year's conference . Join them on November 21 at 9a PT, along with conference co-host . As always, the webcast is free with registration , and we'll be holding live , so come with your questions.Department of 's iZone, to a webcast conversation,
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…TEDMED last month as part of The Hive , and having the Department of Veterans Affairs Center for recently produced a video describing their use of VGBio's Vitalink:
According to Dr. Abdulfattah Saidi, Heart Failure/Transplant Researchat the George V. Whalen Center, " When we admit patients, and we take care of them, and then send them home, there's a 20% chance that they will come back to the hospital within …
…International Counterproliferation Program ( ICP) of the Defense Threat Reduction Agency ( DTRA), which is theDepartment of 's official Combat Support Agency for countering the entire spectrum of chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and high yield explosive threats globally.
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…stack affects them, even though this sounds like a boring Big Freaking Enterprise IT Department requirement. (And gulp their dependencies.)
For each tech stack we support, we need at least one expert following the primary source for security news for that tech stack.
We need whomever is responsible for product development and/or ops to, effectively, carry a pager for drop-everything-and-do-it-now resolution of security issues, just like we'd do for e.g. the server has fallen over …
…How on resilience, that is just detailed enough to be practical and high level enough to inspire new directions. Failof Healthcare Systems Safety and of the Department of Patient Safety at the Kungliga Techniska Hogskolan, has been thinking about resilience for a long time. And he gave a fascinating talk:
Here's a gloss of the essentials from his talk:
Why't Systems Fail More Often?
…work in 1999, but only 34% had access to the Internet. In 2001, theDepartment of reported that 38% of workers used the for work; two years later, the number had risen to 41.7%.
The upward trend has continued ever since. In April 2012, Digital that 94% of adults with a college degree utilize the Internet on a regular basis (household and/or workplace), while 80% of the total U.S. population uses the Internet at least sometimes … reported
…any other vendor and we're the only EMM vendor and handset maker to receive the Department of Defense "Authority to Operate" certification.
Governments, global corporations and organizations that will not compromise on security continue to choose and trust BlackBerry.
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As we committed to earlier - we are more than just a device company. Today, …