It's officially here! The UK's top mobile provider and broadband provider have merged.
Now cleared by Watchdog, O2 & Virgin Media have sealed the deal in their 31 billion mergers, combining ultra-fast broadband with the UK's favourite mobile provider. So what does this mean to us?
During this difficult and unprecedented time, remote working tools are now in the list of essential instruments for many businesses. Consequently, to respond to this huge demand, many video conferencing vendors are offering special deals such as 3-month free trials or temporary discounts, however, we think that you need much more than a simple video calling tool.
BT is by far the biggest UK company for mobile phone contracts and full fibre infrastructures, but what will happen if this company have to fight with another big business in the same sector?
This unprecedented time is not stopping cybercriminals, who are becoming every day more ruthless and stronger in their activity of stealing personal information. Moreover, the migration of many companies to remote working and VPN technologies created new opportunities for cybercriminals.
During these difficult times, companies need to reorganise their work and their team. What businesses need are smart strategies and collaboration with their teams. Here, you can find 5 strategies you should consider as you manage your organisation’s business-critical mobility strategy.
With the new regulations around mobile handsets coming into effect, and security breaches becoming prevalent, our experts are being asked for more mobile security advice than ever. Here, Peter Chernin shares five of the key things you should be considering when planning your mobile security solution.
Amvima’s Peter Chernin looks at why mobile security should be a part of your security solution.
Would you ever consider running your network without firewalls and a wider security fabric? Thought not. No IT professional would ever consider this. So then why are so many companies so relaxed when it comes to the security of their corporate mobile telephones?