Posted by marketing on 2/7/2013 2:55 PM | Comments (0)


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With the changing landscape companies must be intelligent on how to specify, deploy, enable and manage their smartphones and their users, balancing TCO with security and employee rights. (AJ Gold Associates)

85% of knowledge workers will have a smartphone within the next two years, according to a white paper by analysts AJ Gold Associates.

That’s good news for corporate productivity and mobility. But, going beyond the corporate sanctioned device poses new security risks.

The selection of smartphones is moving away from the IT department. It’s increasingly being influenced by end user desires and consumer trends, with many end users acquiring their own devices.

If you want to minimise total cost of operations, keep corporate information assets secure and compliant, you must have a sound strategy for enterprise mobile security in place.

This important report gives you valuable insight into the steps you need to take to develop that strategy, with information on best practice:

  • Identifying classes of users and their needs.
  • A checklist for enterprise deployment.
  • Guidelines for smartphone acquisition and usage.

Click here to download your complimentary copy of the white paper “A Guide to Deploying Application-enabled Smartphones in the Enterprise.”


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