Zoom banned? Think Teams is better? Show this to your boss.
In the last several weeks a number of bugs were found in Apple's iOS, MacOS and protocols. This had coincided with a partner workshop last Friday, where the decisive argument was "Have you ever heard of an Antivirus for an iPhone". Here's what came out.
A colleague of mine shared this post on LinkedIn, about his recent mobile work experience. Conceptually, nothing in that post was really new - we could do the same 10+ years ago. So why are we still hearing then "I'll get this info to you when I get to the office" or similar replies? My... Continue Reading →
I use NFC provisioning a lot when I work with Android Enterprise (especially, the Device owner scenarios). Apps like AirWatch Relay or Knox Deployment make testing and playing e.a.s.y. - I don't have to tap through the Startup Wizard, type in my 20+ char WLAN PSK, manually enroll the device etc. And I can have... Continue Reading →
Every WWDC has a session called What’s New in Managing Apple Devices. This year's one was no exception. During this session Apple presented they new take on BYOD called User Enrollment. Here's my brief analysis and comparison with Android Enterprise. Links to the source video, slide deck and some other useful resources are below. TL:DR... Continue Reading →
The IDC stats on mobile threats show that Top6 are user behaviour based, and not tech related. Why does that happened and what can be done? Read on and enjoy some Dilbert along the way!
This is a brief analysis on the upcoming Android Enterprise Features in Android Q. Read the full notes here. Google has a habit of silently updating those documents, so I expect to update this post once subsequent iterations of Beta are released. The below is my sole opinion, and I welcome hearing yours. NB: it... Continue Reading →
One (but not the only) problem that I have with Google Chrome is that it tries to reload all tabs after restart. This has two consequences: I have lots (50+) of tabs. Trying to load them all at once wastes my CPU and RAM. Accessing some resources require re-authentication, so I am redirected to the... Continue Reading →
This week I've attended an event and one of the other attendees has voiced an interesting thought, which deserves a brief footnote here, for future reference. Since March 2018 the US Government had passed the so called Cloud Act, which basically "allows federal law enforcement to compel U.S.-based technology companies via warrant or subpoena to... Continue Reading →