Mobile Device Management

Key Steps for Securing Your Clients’ PII

Protecting your clients’ personal information (PII) from hackers requires a layered approach. There is no one magic bullet that will save your firm from the almost continual assault against your technology network and systems. Here is a recommended approach for protecting your firm from the dire economic consequences of data theft and loss of your…

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Mobile & Endpoint Security Essentials: Tips from the Experts

In today’s on-the-move workforce, there are so many facets to mobile and endpoint security, from how to manage it, monitor it and provide it, to how to update it, choose it, layer it and so on, that managers have a hard time fully comprehending mobile and endpoint security and where their responsibilities lie. Business leaders…

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Simplify device management and secure your business

By eliminating the complications of multiple passwords, this simple but powerful service makes accessing and managing SaaS and mobile applications secure and efficient for everyone. AVG Secure Single Sign On (SSO) delivers simplified mobile device management and secure multi-factor authentication for virtually all devices. Cloud based secure single sign on Eliminate password complexity: Each user needs only…

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MDM and MAM: What is the Difference?

Mobile device management (MDM) and Mobile application management (MAM) are key technologies for enabling secure smartphone and tablet use, especially in a BYOD environment. Though some of the use cases for these two technologies overlap, each technology should be considered individually when deciding how to best meet your company’s objectives. In general, MDM is geared…

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NAC Security in a BYOD Environment

Network access control (NAC) is a solution whose time has come. The popularity of BYOD and business-critical SaaS apps, makes NAC a critical infrastructure component. NAC bolsters the security of a proprietary network by restricting the availability of network resources to endpoint devices that comply with a defined security policy. NAC restricts the data that…

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BYOD policy and pitfalls: Do’s and Don’ts

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is one of the most popular trends in business technology today and more than 75% of businesses currently allow employees to use their own devices for work. Gartner research predicts that 50% of all businesses may make BYOD mandatory by 2017. This trend requires businesses to take a good look…

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Mobile Devices in the Workplace: BYOD or COPE

The new mobile reality means that employees will expect and need IT support for personal mobile devices from their employers. A mobile device management (MDM) strategy should be part of every business’ IT strategy to ensure security and productivity. There are two ways a business can go when developing a MDM policy, BYOD or COPE.…

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BYOD Cost Sharing: Who Pays for What

We are big fans of allowing employees to use their own devices for work (BYOD), it saves SMBs money and helps keep employees productive. However, we caution against implimenting a BYOD policy without first developing a formal policy regarding usage of personal devices for work purposes. Part of the BYOD usage policy should address cost…

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10 Rules for Successful BYOD Plan

How do you plant to support your staff’s desire (need) to use personal apps and devices, while allowing them to be productive in a secure environment that protects valuable business data? We’ve been warning our clients to get their BYOD policies in order because, whether you allow it or not, employees will most likely use their…

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Mobile Device Management Tips for SMBs

Mobile devices are essential to staying productive in today’s business environment, but businesses continue to struggle when putting together a strategy on securely managing employees’ mobile devices. Use these best practices for mobile device management as a starting point: Be realistic,  employees are going to use their mobile devices for work. So it is best…

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