Tag Archives: Content Security

New Board Governance Report: How Corporate Boards Recognize Importance of the IT Department

Today, Corporate Directors are getting more involved in in a wide range of Technology issues, focusing on both the long-term strategic value of tech investments and the potential for risk. The Annual Survey of Corporate directors by PwC report, “Governing for the Long Term,” presents a number of encouraging findings about directors’ impressions of the IT organization. […]

New ARALOC® Software Streamlines Board Meeting Preparation

“Our enterprise customers in varied market segments selected ARALOC based on the systems’ superior content security profile, ease of use and cross platform distribution.” Modevity, LLC, a leader in mobile content protection and distribution solutions has released its new Agenda Builder Software for its industry leading ARALOC Boardroom platform.  This new offering is designed to […]

CIOs must Communicate & Lead the Strategic Technology Vision with their C-suite Peers

Today consumer and business digital technology demands require CIOs to ask themselves this key question: How do I help grow the business in an increasingly connected ecosystem where companies are struggling to ensure they stay cutting-edge with rapidly evolving consumer preferences for digital technologies? A growing fundamentally sound organization today needs to value their IT […]

Mobile Tablet Device Market Report

Tablet shipments are expected to fall 8 percent in 2015, but 2-in-1 devices will see strong growth, as reported by IDC data. Initially IDC had forecast a decline of 3.8 percent in 2015, but now sees shipments falling even more. Tablet shipments will reach 212 million with 14.7 million of those 2-in-1 devices similar to […]

The Mobile BYOD Trend is Declining

It appears U.S. companies are moving away from the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) trend that started five years ago and had workers using their personal smartphones and tablets for work, according to a new report. A recent online survey conducted in April and May of 375 U.S. IT professionals in various private businesses found that 53% allowed […]