Google announced Android for Work today, unveiling its new tools and strategy for using Android devices in the workplace.
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Mobile Security: How to Enhance Mobile Productivity While Maintaining Secure Infrastructure
As enterprise mobility strategy shifts to incorporate BYOD, tablets, and multi-platform support, IT departments are faced with challenging and rapidly changing mobile security issues including managing identities across multiple devices and choosing the correct security suite. For most enterprises, the question remains: “What tools do we need to leverage mobility in a way that results in more productive employees while maintaining a secure-enough environment?”
During this webinar we'll answer this question and more. We’ll look at today’s rapidly evolving mobile security requirements, the influence of specific platforms, and at solutions ranging from device encryption to app management to securing documents. We’ll discuss current issues and topics just over the horizon to provide IT decision makers with actionable recommendations for securing and empowering their mobile workforce.
John Burke, Principal Research Analyst
Phil Clarke, Research Analyst