The professional use of personal devices can be an attractive approach for companies and employees. But so far, data protection has been a problem – for companies as well as for employees. To ensure the protection of corporate data, many companies rely on a Unified Endpoint Management solution that can securely manage the devices and data.
Working becomes more and more mobile, flexible and time independent. As a result, the number of mobile devices in companies is constantly increasing.
IT security poses major challenges for all companies and is therefore also of central importance for technology providers. This became clear during the event and is also reflected in the choice of topics.
In the middle of May the time had come again: Our partner MobileIron hosted the MobileIron Live! in Berlin, Germany and called for the annual meeting of the enterprise mobility and IT security industry.
Single Sign-On (SSO) provides users with convenient access to resources released for them – without compromising the security of sensitive data.
Mobile devices bring flexibility to employees and enable them to work regardless of time and place.
Unified Endpoint Management is a non-negotiable requirement for many companies.
Mobile devices have an important role to play in the digitalization process and can open up a whole host of new opportunities for businesses.
According to a Gartner study, the share of Android devices sold worldwide was around 86 percent in 2017.
An e-mail with the request to “Please click here to confirm your data” or a fake landing page – these are the types of tricks scammers repeatedly use in their attempts to steal sensitive user data.