TikTok “Unnecessarily Endangers Data” on Phones Used By Employees Working From Home During COVID-19 Popular App Revives Earlier Concerns About Fitbit, Pokémon Go Licenses and App Permissions That Could Jeopardize Company/Client Data CANTON, OH – July 15, 2020 – The nation of India, the U.S. military, and banking giant Wells Fargo already have either banned
Organizations Flooded With New Tech Purchased For Work-From-Home Employees Face Unique “Asset Refresh” Opportunity
IT Asset Management (ITAM) Strategies Can Turn Excess Hardware Hurriedly Snapped Up During the Pandemic By Companies, Agencies Into Cost-Saving Resources
Despite Risk of Tech Headaches, Creating “New Normal” Is Chance to Make Things Better
New Tech Headache For Companies In Post Work-From-Home World: What Happens To All That New Hardware Used By Telecommuters?
IAITAM Outlines 3 Steps for Managing Work-from-Home Assets As Workers Go Back to the Office; Avoiding Data Leaks and Wasted Money Will Be Key for Companies and Agencies.
IAITAM: Too Many Companies, Agencies With Vulnerabilities “Wide Open To Attack” From Breaches During COVID-19 Stay-At-Home Shutdowns
After Issuing Repeated Warnings, IAITAM Highlights 4 Biggest Problems Happening Now.
IAITAM: “Huge Risk To Sensitive Data” Seen in First Major Corporate Billing Cycle Under Work-From-Home Orders
Group Warns Many Companies Not Set Up Properly For Secure Remote Billing That Exposes Key Data of the Companies and Their Customers/Clients.
Companies, Agencies Struggling to Manage Mobile Devices as Employees Work From Home During Coronavirus Pandemic Offered Free Help by IAITAM
Association Providing Complimentary Passes to $2,000 Course to Aid Companies, Government Agencies in Need of Help
IAITAM: Unprepared Companies, Gov’t Agencies Sending Workers Home in Response to Coronavirus Face “Nightmare” Data Risks
Even Companies That Send Employees Home With Proper Safeguards Face Challenges, but Those Relying on Uncontrolled Employee-Owned Phones & Computers to Get Work Done “Are Sitting Ducks”.
CANTON, OH – March 16th, 2020 – The International Association of IT Asset Managers (IAITAM) announced today that, for the first time in its history, the ACE conference scheduled for May 12-14 in Nashville has been postponed until further notice due to imminent concerns regarding COVID-19. The association reports they did not come to the
CANTON, OH – March 10, 2020 – The International Association of IT Asset Managers (IAITAM) announced today that the format for their European Roadshows, certification courses and any other events through April 30 will be converted from in-person to a digital format. The association reports that it is closely monitoring the situation regarding COVID-19 and is