IT - Mobile

When adopting mobile device management, there are often fears around implementation and whether or not the strategy is even required

"The last decade has seen the smartphone and, to a lesser extent, the tablet, become an essential tool for business people. This means that the enterprise can no longer take a laissez-faire attitude to what can be used on the network - there has to be some form of mobile device management (MDM).

MDM allows a business to manage its own portfolio of mobile devices - tablets, phones and laptops. This means that IT can manage hundreds or even thousands of employee devices remotely and configure profiles, install updates, wipe stolen or lost devices, deploy apps, and more. Without it, IT would need to manage devices individually - costing a significant amount of time for IT and the user..."

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