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“The App That Scares Me The Most is Evernote” #GTEC13

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At GTEC 2013, Citrix’s Chief Security Strategist, held a session titled “MDM: How to Develop and Implement Policies to Manage and Secure Mobile Devices”. There was a lot of really interesting discussion around the changing pace of mobile adoption and how IT should handle common problems such as BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) and CYOD (Choose Your Own Device).

One of the more interesting quotes from the session was: “the app that scares me the most is Evernote”. This quote came from a discussion around apps and how to protect data given the explosion of consumer apps and data storage fragmentation. Why does it scare IT so much? It’s actually a very pragmatic reason.
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Skype for BlackBerry 10 Launches on the Q10

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Skype has just landed on BlackBerry 10 for the first time. Making it’s debut on the Q10, Skype will support the Z10 as soon as OS 10.1 is launched in the coming weeks.
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Nimbuzz Launches on BlackBerry 10

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Nimbuzz is a free cross-platform mobile messaging and entertainment app that features unlimited messages, video sharing and data transfers. They also offer discounted international calls to any phone number. Nimbuzz is currently available in BlackBerry World.
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RIM Rebrands BlackBerry World Conference as BlackBerry Live

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Having undergone significant changes in the past few years, RIM has decided to rename their yearly flagship technology conference to BlackBerry Live.
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Microsoft to Migrate Over 100 Million Messenger Users to Skype

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Yesterday Microsoft emailed their millions and million of Messenger users letting them know that they plan to retire their IM service in two months time and migrate all their accounts over to Skype.
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FaceFlow Video Chat Coming to BlackBerry 10

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FaceFlow is a cross platform video chat system using both browsers and native mobile apps. The company recently discovered that a lot of BlackBerry PlayBook users have been accessing their service via their tablet’s desktop-grade browser and it has prompted the company to develop a native app for BlackBerry 10.
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