No company wants its information to be lost, stolen, or hacked or ended up in the hands of the competition or the press. Security remains a top concern in IT and there is a feeling that smartphones increase security vulnerability. True or false? Experts share their views with you.
|-Smartphones: how dangerous are they?, by Roeland Vander meiren, Sr. IT Manager, Pfizer/President BELTUG Board|
|-Case study: How KBC manages the risks, by Peter Debasse, Information Risk Manager, KBC|
|-How to implement secure unified communications with mobile devices, Michael Pisvin, Consultant System Engineer Unified Communications, Avaya|
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