On April 3rd, 1973, the first mobile telephone call was made by Motorola. Since then, the prevalence and market share of mobile devices has increased dramatically, with a massive surge in the past decade.
There has been no shortage of conversation about the entrance of millennials into the workforce and the cultural shift that creates for organizations. There are variations but it seems that most research organizations define the millennial age range from the early 1980’s to mid 1990’s.
One of the most rapid developments within the IT world is Single-Sign On. Or in plain terms, one login to all corporate resources such as Email, Sharepoint and calendars. Where SSO extends beyond traditional cert-based authentication (Ex. Kerberos), is the ability to hook into external services such as Salesforce, Dropbox, or other external applications that your organization uses.
Recent events ranging from physical device theft to ransoming corporate data on a global scale act as a constant reminder of the importance of security – what is the best way to cope with these threats but still maintain the benefits of mobile use?