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Welcome to Bridgeway's Blog - bringing you news, views and opinions on issues that matter to you.

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Posted by Louisa Mackintosh 23 January 2020

In the last three years, the number of councils in Greater London that have reported stolen or lost mobile devices has risen by more than 100%, according to Freedom of Information data. 

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Posted by Lisa Higgins 8 August 2019

Mobile is the way forward. 5G is a potential threat to your corporate Wi-Fi. Microsoft Exchange is forcing a move to the cloud, and cybercriminals are getting more and more advanced. What can you do to keep afloat amidst this sea of change in Infosec?

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Posted by Lisa Higgins 8 April 2019

The world of emerging tech is complex and often daunting. We can quickly get used to shutting ourselves away, confined within our own working environment and left to deal with all the various struggles and challenges that arise by ourselves - or if you’re lucky enough, with a supportive team. That’s why at Bridgeway we host our Cloud & Mobile Security Forum events, because we hear how valuable it is for IT professionals to come together outside the office with peers and share their challenges, issues and ways to overcome them. 

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Posted by Louisa Mackintosh 12 May 2015

A new survey shows how mobile workers feel pressure when handling work at home - and personal matters at work

A survey by Bridgeway partner MobileIron has revealed that 58% of mobile workers feel guilty about mixing their work and personal lives. The study, which surveyed more than 3,500 professionals across six different countries who use a mobile device for work, highlights the growing trend of ‘Generation Mobile’ or ‘Gen M’ – mobile workers who are aged 18-34 or people with children under 18.

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