What is SASE and Why You Need It: The Benefits of Moving to a SASE Model

The rapid adoption of SaaS applications and the growth of flexible working with more of the workforce working remotely, it’s not uncommon for companies to be using multiple management tools to secure and govern access to cloud services.

Topics: Security Connectivity Network

The Importance of Trusted Sources for App Installs

The discovery of two new advanced Android surveillance ware instances in July serves as a timely reminder for Australian companies to maintain a robust security posture. The surveillance ware, known as WyrmSpy and DragonEgg, have sophisticated data collection and exfiltration capabilities, and can be used to collect a wide range of data from infected devices. Both are attributed to the high-profile, state-sponsored espionage group APT41.

Topics: Security

Optimise Mobile Fleet Management After Your Mobile Device Refresh

For optimal mobile fleet management after your rollout of new mobile devices, it’s important to have a dedicated team to provide user help and support. It’s also essential to employ a framework of tools for mobility administration to give you control of the business-related applications and data living on employees devices as well as managing the devices.  

Topics: Management Professional Services Lifecycle

imei Customer Service: New SIM Allows The Show To Go On For Roadshow Exec

It’s a little-known fact but pesky little SIM card registration failure messages only seem to appear on your mobile phone at the most inopportune moment. Ever had one when you didn’t need to access your mobile network?

Topics: Management Connectivity Lifecycle

imei’s Mandate for Telecoms Managed Services

These days, having the right managed services partner for your comms network counts as calculated competitive advantage. It’s a far cry from the old notion of “one throat to choke”. This unfortunate term was used extensively across the telecoms sector and in industry parlance described a single point of contact to blame when things go wrong. But as outsourcing IT and telecoms management has become a strategic imperative, it’s decidedly old school to think of your telecommunications managed services provider in this way.

Topics: Management