The rapid introduction of smartphones and tablet devices has challenged organizations to stretch their IT capacities. While IT departments continue to concentrate on traditional core requirements, they must extend their capabilities to manage a proliferation of mobile platforms and devices. Since the concept of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) or Bring Your Own Application (BYOA) was born, they have been overwhelmed by mobile device activation and deactivation, security and support, application deployment, and email security. The existing mobile policies have become outdated, not to mention affecting the traditional desktop and laptop user policies.
Most of IT is trying to connect the dots in developing DIY policies; meanwhile, smartphones are exploding with new features and services. The in-house DIY strategy concept has created sleepless nights for the IT department. And organizations see ever-growing requirements to be better and faster at access control, compliance and self-governance, as well as policy deployment and enforcement.
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- Are your mobile devices and applications really secured?
- What are the key mobile components for building a progressive organization?
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