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Rather than try to secure the plethora of consumer devices accessing their systems, enterprises may have better luck focusing on data and application management. Approaches may include the use of encryption, virtual desktop infrastructure and containers for corporate data and apps. Regulatory compliance and data security are top concerns of enterprise IT administrators, and the bring your own device trend is posing new management challenges. The interaction among consumer devices, conventional desktops and corporate data requires a unified approach to new and existing security tools.  Access >>>

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  • As mobile security tools evolve, so should IT policies
  • Minimizing BYOD security risks with encryption
  • How mobile device encryption protects sensitive data

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