Mobile Middleware Buyer’s Guide

This guide written by Intel & Mashery developers/security architects shows how an API management platform can securely surface enterprise data and services, enabling unprecedented productivity for employees, increased contact with customers, and new revenue streams from external developers. It provides real-world usage models and functional requirements based on production deployments in Fortune 500 companies, and includes sample RFP.
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Key Requirements for Today’s Mobile Workers: Security, Compliance and Control in the Age of Regulation

Thanks to the widespread availability of broadband services and Wi-Fi hotspots, today's highly mobile employees feel comfortable working anywhere, anytime. Unfortunately, this mobility also coincides with an increase in data leaks and theft, along with new with rules and regulations governing data privacy and protection. These converging trends mean companies must pay much greater attention to data security, compliance and control. This Slash Guide outlines how you can reduce risks from data and email leaks, lost mobile devices, strengthen authentication and access control, avoid the expense and embarrassment of cleaning up after a data breach, and much more.
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Sharing Simplified: Consolidating Multiple File Sharing Technologies

Employees need to share content with colleagues throughout the organization and, increasingly, with others not directly employed by their company. However, traditional ECM technologies make it hard to share content within a single business and, in many cases, impossible to do between organizations. Ideally, multiple file sharing technologies would be consolidated into a single solution with the following characteristics: intuitive, accessible, comprehensive, connectable, embeddable, secure, scalable, reliable, and affordable. Box meets and exceeds these criteria.
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Power to the People – Identify and Empower Your Mobile Workforce

One-in-two mobile owners in the US owns a smartphone, and many more own tablets. As most of these same consumers adapt their personal lifestyle to be "mobile first", they expect their employers to be there to meet them. Taking this on seems daunting, as IT has less ability to enforce a single standard than ever before. Not taking action, however, and ignoring this trend risks exposing corporate data to public clouds with no visibility on the part of IT. Enforcing a single standard will do a lot to serve all users partially, but none particularly well.
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CITO Research White Paper: Enterprise API Patterns for Cloud & Mobile

Dan Woods, Chief Analyst CITO Research, outlines enterprise architecture requirements for designing, managing, and protecting APIs and how the emerging API Gateway "proxy" deployment model is speeding deployment across industries. In this model, authentication using OAuth and other lightweight protocols such as REST and JSON are all the rage but Enterprise-class security is still lacking. To present actionable solutions, Dan presents 5 core API patterns for mobile, partner, data control, and PaaS infrastructure with actionable diagrams and a monetization model for APIs.
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Ensuring application security in mobile device environments

In today's business environments, mobile devices make up the fastest growing segment of computing devices—outpacing desktop and laptop computers. As more employees prefer to use mobile devices in the workplace, organizations are rapidly moving towards a bring-your-own device (BYOD) model. This often leads to employees having a mix of corporate and personal applications on the same device, which gives the security team less control over devices that can access corporate networks. As a result of the increase in wireless devices in the workforce, organizations are becoming more concerned with mobile security. Many, in fact, see this area as a primary technology challenge to address and a main focus for security initiatives.
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Keeping distributed endpoints safe and secure

In today's far-reaching environments, where the numbers and varieties of servers, desktops, laptops, mobile devices and specialized equipment such as point-of-sale (POS) devices, ATMs and self-service kiosks - known collectively as "endpoints" - are growing at unprecedented rates, traditional protection schemes such as firewalls and anti-virus agents are no longer sufficient on their own. With rapidly increasing numbers of remote workers and mobile devices, there is no well-defined perimeter. The perimeter, by necessity, must be the endpoint itself.
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Securing end-user mobile devices in the enterprise

Mobile devices, including smartphones and tablets, enable increasing numbers of employees to work "anywhere, anytime. "The security of enterprise data is a key concern, particularly on mobile devices that are easily lost or stolen. The security risk is further heightened by the proliferation of employee-owned mobile devices in many enterprises. Employees will almost always take the path of least resistance in leveraging mobile devices for business purposes, which may lead to unsafe computing practices. A clearly documented and enforceable mobile security policy is critical to reducing the risk of data loss.
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