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2015-10-25T12:50:00Z

When evaluating Mobile Management, what aspect do you think is the most important to look for?

Ariel Lindenfeld - PeerSpot reviewer
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Joe Pennel - PeerSpot reviewer
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Physical Device Encryption, Remote Access, and Location Services!

2020-08-20T15:26:38Z
reviewer214710 - PeerSpot reviewer
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First, we need to define why we want to manage the devices or what is the purpose of managing them.


Having this clear we can define which is the best solution according to what we need. Many times we seek to have so many functionalities that the real objective is lost.

2021-12-23T21:22:04Z
it_user855843 - PeerSpot reviewer
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For Mobile Apps, it isn't the developer that causes the issue, it's the operating environment in which those apps operate in. That's where the security blind spot is. So if a company has a good MDM/EMM solution but also have consumer-facing or public-facing mobile apps, how can they control what happens to their app on the unmanaged devices of their customers? They don't know if that customer has a very old version smartphone, is a few software updates behind, or leaves it alone for periods of time in public places. Those are what hackers look for. We are seeing a lot of breaches happening because of this lack of control. Using a layered security solution approach will help alleviate some of these concerns.

2018-04-13T13:51:33Z
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