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CW Buyers Guide: Mobile Device Management

 

 

The widespread use of mobile devices in the corporate environment has brought both benefits and risks. In this nine-page buyer’s guide to mobile device management, or MDM, Computer Weekly looks at the various types of mobile enterprise management tools that have sprung up to address the challenge of managing mobility, focusing specifically on device and data security.

 

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Managing The mobile Enterprise

 

Mobile working has brought new challenges for it, but the fundamentals of managing them remain the same.

  

Microsoft talks up hyper-v

 

Software giant hopes to convince enterprises that its platform and tools offer the reliability needed for MDM in a changing landscape.

 

Care home operator manages apple estate with absolute

 

Software firm offers the right MDM solutions for LNT group to manage a fleet of iPhones without need for individual iTunes accounts.

 

 

 

 

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