Tag: byod

03 Mar 2015 · by Aaron Levie
Today, I'm excited to announce that Box has acquired Subspace, a startup focused on enabling secure access to data and applications on the web, mobile, and in desktop environments. Subspace has been working for two years to build world-class security technology to help individuals work from...
15 May 2013 · by Alex Pozin
What are the odds of a lost mobile device affecting your organization? Pretty good, according to a recent BYOD survey conducted by MobileIron. 55 percent of the companies surveyed reported some form of security issue in the past year, mostly in conjunction with lost or stolen phones. With figures...
11 Dec 2012 · by Clarissa Meily
A CEO takes her family on a much-needed vacation, and brings along her smartphone to access the occasional file and check email from the road. At the end of the week, as they wait to board their return flight, her five-year-old son grabs hold of her smartphone to play a game. After 5 incorrect...
04 Dec 2012 · by Chris Manouse
The Directive of the Digital Government Strategy, BYOD, Cloud and ever-present connectivity continue to be top of mind for government agencies as we head into 2013. As you plan your mobility and cloud strategy for the coming year, it’s important to identify where you can show quick wins that meet...
17 Oct 2012 · by Julie O'Brien
Last week at BoxWorks, we had a number of the industry’s leading legal CIOs join us for a discussion about the opportunity for secure content collaboration in law firms. As one CIO noted, “Law firms are hyper collaborative, but we need to balance that collaboration with governance and compliance.”...
02 Jul 2012 · by Rory Paap
At Box, we’ve noticed a tremendous increase over the past year in IT willing to embrace a BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) policy with respect to devices like the iPhone, iPad and Android tablets. So too, it seems, have other tech companies. In late May, Apple released a document titled "iOS Security...