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May 22, 2013 | Volume 2 Issue 3


TOP STORY: Taking Mobile Applications and Data Security Seriously
FEATURED ARTICLE: Technology Focus: Tools for Extending Server Apps to Mobile Devices
NEWS HIGHLIGHT: kLink Delivers Secure Content Directly From Your IFS To Your Customers’ Mobile Devices
ON-DEMAND WEBCAST: Mobile Applications for IBM i
MC VIDEO PORTAL: IBM i Security Review - You don't know what you don't know!
EVENT: TODAY: Top Security and Privacy Concerns with BYOD (Bring Your Own Device)

Feature Article - Networking
Taking Mobile Applications and Data Security Seriously

Mobile applications need to be secured. It's not a question of "if" but "when" attacks will occur.

madan divakerWritten by Madan Divaker

Today, many organizations are rushing to build mobile applications and mobile websites to gain a competitive advantage within their industry. The rate and speed at which applications are being pushed into the marketplace is phenomenal and is only increasing with the explosion of mobile devices. Traditional businesses have been forced to think outside of the box to leverage mobile devices in innovative and creative ways, partly from pressure by their competitors and their own employees with the growing trend of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) to work.


Feature Article - Networking
Technology Focus: Tools for Extending Server Apps to Mobile Devices

As iPads, tablets, smartphones, and other mobile devices become more ubiquitous, so do the means of translating IBM i apps to mobile-friendly versions.

john gristWritten by John Ghrist

The convenience of mobile devices is just the beginning of yet another technology advance that one suspects will utterly transform business life over the next few years. Not that it hasn't already, but we most likely have only begun to exploit 24/7 connectivity compared to what will be commonplace in the future.


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