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The influx of employee-owned devices into the workplace is forcing IT security teams to find a way to control and manage corporate data on devices not under their control – and fast! In this TechGuide, industry expert Lisa Phifer shares her knowledge on BYOD, MDM, mobile security, and more. View now to learn more about these booming enterprise mobility trends and the MDM solutions available to control and protect corporate data, no matter what device it resides on.  Access >>>

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  • BYOD increase calls for enterprise mobile device management systems
  • Mitigating BYOD risks with mobile device management systems
  • MDM 2.0: Meeting new mobility management needs

 

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