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Mobile Device Data Protection: Key Findings and Players in the Market

In recent years, the use of endpoint computing devices in the workplace has skyrocketed. In fact, a recent survey revealed 84% of companies are experiencing moderate to significant growth in the use of these devices.

As smartphones and laptops assume a greater role in today's businesses, IT pros must take the appropriate measures to protect the corporate data that is stored on them.

This E-Guide quantifies the costs of a lost device, from both a cost and security standpoint. Read on to find out how your peers are leveraging data loss prevention technologies to minimize the risk and impact of data breaches and access an expert analysis of the key players in the mobile data protection marketplace.

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