With the proliferation of mobile devices (like tablets, smartphones, and tablets) in the workplace, it has become more important than ever to be able to remotely and securely manage these devices. That’s where mobile device management (MDM) comes in.
If you are a business leader, you likely have a “code” that helps you communicate quickly. Whether your specialty is manufacturing, law, education, finance, engineering, or something else, the world is full of acronyms and abbreviations.
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If your organization is like most, you probably have an IT environment that includes a variety of platforms (devices and operating systems), with employees at different levels who need access to and the ability to share applications and documents.
Consider these two facts:
Where exactly society will land on the ratio of employees working in a centralized office to those working from home is yet to be determined. But regardless of what that dynamic looks like a few years now, it’s worlds away from what it was just a few years ago.
A version of the following article ran in the August 10 edition of the Hartford Business Journal under the headline "What part of your pandemic business should you keep?" As your organization scrambled to adjust to COVID-19, you may have implemented temporary solutions that could continue to be of value to the business going forward. With restrictions lifting, companies can pause to identify any positives that came out of this experience that may lower expenses or boost revenues on a long-term basis. In doing so, it’s also important to assess if your business may have gotten by with technology practices in the short term that could pose cybersecurity risks if left in place permanently.