Are you secure enough to go mobile?
The mobile world doesn't just face the same challenges of old. Are you ready?
We live in an increasingly mobile world where business spans geographic boundaries and time zones.
Workers are no longer confined to the four walls of a stuffy office or faced with a 9-5 working day with a horrid commute either side. What's more, the mobile worker population will reach 1.5 billion come 2015, according to IDC.
We've seen the shape of the future. What then, should the businesses of today do to prepare for this new way of working and all the technological, process and cultural challenges such a shift brings? The answer is not easy and the challenges ahead should not be undertaken lightly, that's for sure.
Our first piece of advice would be not to jump on the mobile bandwagon for the sake of it. Mobile has a place in just about every business, but the exact way in which devices, apps and access are rolled out will be unique to the size, sector and other requirements of that particular organisation.
That's exactly why we've produced, in association with Microsoft, this guide to mobile security. It is designed to answer the many questions you may have around enterprise mobility and help you plan your journey to a mobile destination that adds value and takes away uncertainty and risk.
Only you know your business best. But the experts who've worked on this guide know mobile and security. Such a powerful combination, we hope, should stand your business in good stead.
What are you waiting for? Download the report today here.
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