Desktop Admin for BYOD: Security Chapter

Desktop Admin for BYOD: Security Chapter


It's hard enough securing the devices on your network. Now that employees are bringing their own devices - such as smart phones and laptops - into the workplace to connect to the company network, IT departments must address the risk posed by consumer-level devices when it comes to data and network security.

But the risk presented by BYOD should not prevent companies from taking advantage of its benefits, including flexibility and cost savings. Inside, learn how to clearly define your BYOD security strategy and get the most out of this trend.

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21 Feb 2013
21 Feb 2013
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