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Users want Mobile File Access. IT Managers want Control. You can have Both.

Published By: Globalscape     Published Date: Mar 21, 2014
This whitepaper examines the way in which enterprise mobility has both increased employee productivity and decreased the security of corporate networks. The paper discusses the challenges IT managers have with controlling the "Bring Your Own Device" (BYOD) trend to allow mobile users to have access to the corporate network. Explained in the paper is the limit to visibility and control of file transfers when employees use ad hoc methods, and that educating employees on proper data access is not enough to protect the corporate network. The paper concludes by describing how Globalscape's EFT™ and Tappin™ can provide mobile access, without compromising security and controls over file sharing.
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mobile, mobile access, remote access, byod, smartphones, tablets, laptops, ad hoc, file sharing, on-premises control, eft, tappin, sma, secure mobile access, mft, it management, mobile computing, mobile workers, smart phones, wireless security
    
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Five Key Business Insights for Mobile Security In a BYOD World

Published By: Lookout     Published Date: Mar 28, 2017
In today’s Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) world more than a few IT managers have lost sleep over the thought of an employee device, loaded with sensitive company data, falling into the wrong hands. Lookout commissioned Forrester Consulting to conduct a national survey of IT managers in the Fall of 2013 that uncovered substantial security concerns related to mobile devices, especially around malware and data loss. Ultimately, the survey revealed that IT managers do not believe existing security solutions can adequately address the mobile security challenges faced by businesses today.
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insights, mobile, security, byod, lookout
    
Lookout

The Practical Guide to Enterprise Mobile Security

Published By: Lookout     Published Date: Mar 28, 2017
Enterprise mobility started with the Blackberry, a revolutionary messaging device that solved security concerns by giving IT managers the ability to set many restrictions on its functionality. In the following years, employees started using fully-functional, internet-capable smartphones in their personal lives and demanded the same capabilities at work.
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enterprise, mobile, security, lookout, revolutionary
    
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