Protect the Enterprise in Your Pocket | Managing Mobility with iPhone/ iPad Security

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Protect the Enterprise in Your Pocket | Managing Mobility with iPhone/ iPad Security
Protect the Enterprise in Your Pocket | Managing Mobility with iPhone/ iPad Security

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Date: Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Time: 2:00 p.m. ET/11:00 a.m. PT

Your end users are connecting their personal devices, including iPhones & iPads, onto the enterprise network using unsecure networks, from coffee shops to airports, basically everywhere. That's why we consider the enterprise to now be in the pocket of your employees, anywhere they use mobile devices.


Your challenge? When those users send sensitive or confidential documents through those unsecure networks, or use open cloud storage services, or even download unapproved enterprise apps, your enterprise is open to potential breaches. That's where Zenprise offers the most robust and proven MDM solutions.

IT Security Professionals or Mobile Administrators should attend this LIVE webcast to learn how to:

• Identify users connecting personal devices to the network

• Protect enterprise data through Apple security policies

• Enforce application whitelists/ blacklists on any iOS device

 
Featured speaker

Ahmed Datoo, SVP product management, Zenprise

 
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