Mobile Device Management: keeping your data secure, no matter which device

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Mobile Device Management is a key concern for many IT professionals, specifically with employees using their own devices for work. Through Enterprise Mobility + Security, these different devices can be easily managed from one location. If a new employee comes on board, their company-issued and personal devices can be given access to company applications. These applications also ensure that data isn’t transferred from the application to a device. Should an employee leave a company, the data can be wiped remotely as well.

Through the single device management system, both company-issued and personal devices can be managed remotely. Apart from this management system, EM+S also provides single sign-on access, multi-factor authentication, and multiple application management. This suite of products ensures that employees can safely access the data they need to be efficient, no matter where they are or which device they are using.

Are you interested in having EM+S set up at your company, or have other questions? UDT can provide a seamless transition to EM+S, and answer any questions you may have along the way. For a low monthly rate per user, EM+S is an accessible option for most companies. Contact us today at 1-800-882-9919 or visit our page for more information.

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