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3/31/2016
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Michelle Maisto
Michelle Maisto
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Mobile Messaging Apps: 8 Tips For Keeping Your Workplace Secure

The old struggles over BYOD have been replaced with application struggles, as employees use favorite mobile messaging apps for enterprise purposes. As with BYOD, pushing back isn't the answer. Innovating forward is.
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Gmail With Caution

Michael Cobb, a certified CISSP-ISSAP and author, has cautioned that Gmail users are automatically connected to Gchat: 'If you send an email to multiple parties, or your email is forwarded with an @gmail tag attached, you are automatically entered into someone's Gchat address book where, unknowingly, they could see your personal information.' 

(Image: Apple iTunes)

Gmail With Caution

Michael Cobb, a certified CISSP-ISSAP and author, has cautioned that Gmail users are automatically connected to Gchat: "If you send an email to multiple parties, or your email is forwarded with an @gmail tag attached, you are automatically entered into someone's Gchat address book where, unknowingly, they could see your personal information."

(Image: Apple iTunes)

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