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Containing Corporate Data on Mobile Devices

Employees want to work on personal smartphones and tablets. Can container technology protect sensitive data while they do so -- without being so kludgy that users bypass it?

Informed CIO: Containing Corporate Data on Mobile Devices

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Containing Corporate Data on Mobile Devices
If you’re still focused on securing endpoints, you’ve got your work cut out for you. WiFi network provider iPass surveyed 1,600 mobile workers and found that the average US employee carries three devices -- a smartphone, a computer, and a tablet or e-reader -- with more than 80% of them doing work on personal devices.
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