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The Security Challenge for SMBs in a Mobile World
There’s a big change happening in how small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) think about IT security as they take advantage of mobility and the cloud. They’re recognising the need for mobile device management (MDM), cloud security, and the importance of choosing the right devices.
In this paper, we’ll consider why blending on-site security with MDM will give you a more flexible and scalable way to secure your mobile devices, data, and user identities. We’ll also outline some key considerations when investing in new mobile devices, so your business gets the full benefits of the latest trends in IT. Plus, we’ll explore some typical workplace scenarios to show how this results in practical benefits for your people and your business.
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