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As BYOD becomes increasingly mainstream, the consequences of corporate data becoming exposed on improperly secured mobile endpoints can be serious.
For virtually every enterprise today, mobile device management (MDM) is top of mind. And while security is a chief concern, smart organizations are also discovering new opportunities for productivity. Getting the most from the BYOD phenomenon requires strategic thinking. Find out what key elements to consider in your Enterprise Mobility Strategy. And learn how BlackBerry Mobile Fusion can improve mobile security, reduce TCO and improve productivity.
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BYOD offers countless business benefits from increased efficiency to controlled costs on provisioning a mobile workforce. For IT, BYOD is not as clear. Concerns over securing corporate data to managing a multitude of disparate devices present valid challenges, but none are insurmountable.
Download the Ten Commandments of BYOD today to learn:
- BYOD policy considerations
- Device discovery
- Enrollment best-practices
- Over-the-air configuration
- Self-service portals
A survey of 300 information-based workers across the UK, France and Germany found that 52 percent admitted they would access a network insecurely while working remotely.