Mobile devices have truly taken hold of consumers in the past several years, and in most wealthy nations the technology is virtually ubiquitous. There are now about a billion mobile devices in the world, and the increase in users shows little sign of abating as the technology gathers pace in less-developed countries too. Not only are more people getting mobile connections but as the devices themselves become more advanced people are using them for much more than mere phone calls, texting, and linking. On that note, mobile management has now become a challenging topic for most of today’s organizations.
One of the major difficulties with mobile devices is security. This is not just in managing the tendency of a user that is attached to the device from the standpoint of restricting people from making a long-distant call from your network, these devices are more complex in their configurations. In addressing the topic of mobile devices, it is reliant to put them in context. Mobile devices are classified as smartphones, tablets, laptops, smartwatches, e-readers, handheld gaming consoles, and other portable computing devices.
Securing mobile devices has become increasingly important in recent years as the numbers of the devices in operation and the uses to which they are put have expanded dramatically. The problem is compounded within the enterprise as the ongoing trend toward IT consumerization is resulting in more and more employee-owned devices connecting to the corporate network.
The good news for enterprise or business inundated with the protection of mobile devices in their environment. A variety of mobile device management strategies have been developed that offer a safer way data can be managed and to a larger extent the device can be managed, and security implementations can be embedded at the network stage of the mobile configuration. We are equipped in helping small to mid-size business advance their mobile protection plan.