Mobile devices are steadily taking over business processes in organizations across the globe and as time progresses, the rate at which this happens is bound to increase. Desktop computers are likely to disappear from most multinational conglomerates in the next 12-15 years, leaving the way for tablet devices and smartphones. Naturally, with such dependence on mobile devices, companies need to have some kind of enterprise mobility management plan in place, so as to reduce the risk of data loss or unauthorized access of mission-critical data.
Here are a few ways of ensuring your mission-critical data does not end up in the hands of someone not authorized to view those:
Enterprise mobility management is still in its nascent stage. That is why you need to focus on implementing it in your organization right now. An early adoption of these policies may help you save much on maintenance and security of office networks, as time progresses.
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