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3M Offers Guidance and Resources to Mobile Workers on Data Privacy Day

Four out of five mobile workers say they’ve caught someone looking over their shoulder at their laptop screen in a public space.1 This low-tech threat, known as visual hacking, is a growing concern as more workers are accessing confidential company information outside of the office in public spaces. To help address visual hacking, 3M today announced its commitment to Data…

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Alert: HummingBad Android Malware Found in 20 Google Play Store Apps

HummingBad, an Android malware estimated to have touched over 85 million devices worldwide, was recently found in 46 new applications, 20 of which had even made their way into the official Play Store, passing Google’s security checks. In terms of Android malware, HummingBad is the biggest player active today, accounting for 72% of all mobile infections, according to Israeli security…

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Nokia analysis demonstrates significant financial benefits for large enterprises moving to a private cloud from a legacy IT environment

Most large enterprises can save a minimum of 25 percent on their IT costs over five years by moving to a private cloud from a legacy IT environment, according to a financial analysis conducted by Nokia. The analysis, known as the ‘Nokia Enterprise Private Cloud TCO Model’ – the first of its kind in the industry – also demonstrates that…

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Kids are back on their mobiles, says survey

Market researcher Childwise has released its 2017 report on media consumption 5 to 16-year-olds, and the trend is towards more reliance on mobile phones. The data shows that the mobile phone now dominates children’s media experiences, with ownership increasing steadily, particularly among primary aged children, and usage more varied than ever. Around 2000 children in schools across the United Kingdom…

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Mobile network operators are losing US$15 billion a year because of business-led A2P SMS traffic

More than half of all MNOs losing 50 per cent of potential revenue SMS aggregators use ‘grey routes’ to bypass network charges They increase their margins while the operators lose out There have been allegations and we know who the alligators are It’s an astonishing assertion, but, according to the UK-headquartered Dialogue Communications, a company long-specialising in A2P (Applications to…

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Austrians to open bank accounts from home using online video ID service

Customers of Austria’s Erste Bank und Sparkassen can now open a current or student account using video-based online identification through either a mobile device or desktop computer, saving the “time and effort involved in visiting a branch office”, the bank says. The bank has integrated video identification solutions provider IDnow’s Video-Ident solution across its digital banking platform to enable the…

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O2 UK and BAE Systems join forces to protect customers from cybercrime

The partnership expands O2’s existing capabilities in the cyber security space and adds BAE Systems’ strong heritage of security and defence expertise O2 has joined forces with global defence and security leader BAE Systems to provide an all-encompassing ‘device to cloud’ cyber security proposition for enterprise customers. The flexible service can align easily to a customer’s network and processes either…

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CTIA and Deloitte envisage an “Ecosystem of Connectivity”

Study looks at the impact of wireless on key verticals Focuses on the energy, health, public safety and transportation sectors Plays into the campaign for a rapid introduction of 5G in the US CTIA continues to lobby for more streamlined regulation for cell sites The CTIA trade association for North American telcos has been ramping up its lobbying for changes…

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Onda Xiaoma 21 is a 12.5 inch Apollo Lake laptop with FHD display, 4GB RAM, fingerprint sensor

Chinese device maker Onda has a new laptop on the way, featuring a 12.5 inch, 1920 x 1080 pixel display, an Intel Celeron N3450 Apollo Lake CPU, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of storage. The Onda Xiaoma 21 also has a compact design: the laptop measures about half an inch thick and weighs about 2.4 pounds and has slim bezels around…

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Orange CEO revealed via Twitter narrow lead over Bouygues in LTE coverage

The CEO of Orange France, Fabienne Dulac, revealed via Twitter that the operator’s LTE network covered 88 percent of the French population as of 01 January, up from 84 percent reported at the end of September 2016. READ MORE: France Telecom Market This compares with the 85 percent coverage announced by Bouygues Telecom as of 01 January, communicated via Twitter alongside…

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