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Read this whitepaper to learn how you can give employees the freedom to choose their own mobile devices, while still providing rock-solid enterprise security.
A successful mobile deployment using ActiveSync depends on giving users a reliable, stable sync experience. But if any of the many moving parts in the EAS data path fail or degrade, the experience will suffer.
No longer is BYOD a disconnected project with a handful of users... In fact, it's becoming an industry standard. BYOD can deliver improved user productivity, engagement and satisfaction, not to mention cost savings.
As enterprise mobility becomes pervasive, service interruption can severely and adversely impact the bottom line.
Learn how careful planning, good operational processes as well as new techniques and tools can help organizations avoid these pitfalls and make BYOD work.
Mobile devices and apps present opportunities to significantly advance productivity. But to capitalize on this potential, IT must retain control over the corporate data flowing through these devices.
Mitsubishi Motors North America (MMNA) was seeking an enterprise-class security solution to support the company's bring your own device (BYOD) initiative and also protect its expanding portfolio of corporate mobile devices.
Learn how the American Specialty Health Incorporated found a solution that met the needs of their employees and business while still ensuring sensitive information adheres to industry regulations such as HIPAA.
Mobile apps are the ultimate corporate dilemma: They turbo-charge productivity-but also bring significant security risks. Learn the key areas to focus on as you build a mobile app security strategy.
This whitepaper describes the Three C's of Secure Mobility - content, credentials, and configurations - and containerization's role in mitigating native vulnerabilities.