Mobile Device – Mobile Device Management
Business today requires users to be connected all the time. Responding to internal and external requests in real-time has become the clear expectation. It’s not uncommon for people to send and email, and if they haven’t received a response in a few short hours to pick up the phone to make sure someone saw it and encourage a response. As a result of this, organizations have quickly adjusted by providing email, application and portal access on the mobile devices of their team members, regardless of who owns the device and what type of device they are using. This isn’t unlike any other scenario where business must adjust to stay competitive and the security catches up after the fact. These are all issues that Mobile Device Management can help solve.
However, the threats of breach, corporate data loss and client security have reached a point where the risks of an unmanaged mobile environment are no longer acceptable. With the ever-increasing amount of data that resides on a mobile device, a simple lost phone or iPad could mean hundreds of thousands of dollars in data theft, recovery and even severe fines — not to mention the negative press involved with a breach or loss of personal and/or private information. Organizations have maintained security on their local networks and computers for many years as a part of “best practices”. Now, because that same data resides on the mobile device, organizations must take the same approach to their mobility.
Mobile Device Management
Mobile Device Management is a simple and affordable solutions to this problem. It will enable an organization to lock a mobile device, locate a mobile device and even erase corporate data from a mobile device when it is lost, stolen or when there is employee turnover. Mobile device management also provides solutions for data-leakage to ensure the wrong information isn’t uploaded, leaving client lists in the hands of a soon to be ex-employee.
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