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The 2013 Digital Dilemma Report: Mobility, Security, Productivity – Can We Have It All?

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This study showcases increased productivity with mobile device usage and examines the associated security risk. Underwritten by EMC, VMware, Cisco, and Carahsoft, the report reveals that 55 percent of Federal smartphone users use their personal smartphone for work purposes and, out of those, one in three does not protect their devices with passwords. To download the full report, click here. To learn more, download the archive from the associated webcast:

The Digital Dilemma: Mobility, Security, Productivity - Can We Have it All?

Speakers included:

  • Cindy Auten [Moderator], General Manager, Mobile Work Exchange
  • Tommy Hwang, Chief Information Officer, Merit Systems Protection Board
  • Kyle Keller, Cloud Business Director, EMC Federal
  • Charles McClam, Deputy Chief Information Officer, U.S. Department of Agriculture
  • Muthu Somasundaram, Product Marketing, Vertical Solutions, VMware

For more information and to download the archive, visit www.mobileworkexchange.com/digitaldilemma.

To view the infographic, please click here.

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Anonymous Jan 15, 2013 11:48 am

Very interesting report and an issue that we HAVE to address this year. BYOD needs to be locked down.


Anonymous Jan 15, 2013 3:10 pm

Malware attacks up by like 185% - and I'm sitting here downloading any cool app I see (w/o a password). Yeah, I guess it's safe to say I might be an issue for my agency too.


Anonymous Jan 16, 2013 12:53 pm

This is a big deal. Which agency will land in the Post this year for a security breach on their smartphone?


Anonymous Jan 24, 2013 1:25 pm

Thanks. Think the productivity angle is important to pull out here and keep in mind - this is why we need to lock down the security issues.


David Clemons Jan 28, 2013 10:39 am

We see this in every company we do business with. The " Lock down" should be considered as a priority for those who want to safe guard their content and the internal social interactions. No one ( USERS) wants two devices to deal with. It the tools we use to build content and issues like online vs. available when not connected. Therefore the "downloaded" content becomes a threat. Its easier to safe guard content with a secure connection ( Banking Industry ) . Looking forward to this call ! David


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