BYOD Security: How to Remotely Wipe iPhone and Android Devices
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Lost or stolen devices connected to corporate networks are a business’ worst nightmare. While implementing PINs and passwords ensures some protection, the risks in identity theft and data breaches are much more advanced and all too likely. Exposure of sensitive data could lead to ultimate disaster.

That’s why remote data wipe is key to any BYOD security policy. However, each OS handles it differently.

[Access this expert e-guide] to explore what a remote wipe really does on today's smartphones and tablets, and uncover steps to increase IT’s confidence in what is often a critical stop-loss measure.

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