Why Businesses Need to Think about Cell Phone Security

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One recent trend many businesses are picking up on is called BYOD. BYOD stands for Bring Your Own Device. It is a policy whereby, rather than an employer providing the employee with a device, such as a computer or phone, the employee brings in their own personal devices to work on. It is popular with the majority of employers and employees because it allows companies to save money on purchasing devices, while employees receive greater flexibility over the kind of devices they have to use every day. Today, one of the most important devices are smart phones.

In the United States, half of all cell phones today are smart phones. As more and more people are buying smart phones, businesses are adapting and putting these incredible mobile devices to work. Unfortunately, users can be careless with their smart phones.

Companies That Have BYOD Policies Will Need Solid Mobile Device Management

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Almost one billion people have smartphones throughout the world. Many of these mobile users work at companies that utilize a “bring your own device” policy, or BYOD. In fact, you may manage at one such company. If that is the case, you will probably want to consider working with mobile device management professionals who can use both on premise and “software as a service” models to help facilitate safe network operation in which the data is protected from potential security breaches and software updates can be made easily.

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Increasing Business Security with Patch Management

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Running an IT department that oversees hundreds, if not thousands, of computers on a daily basis can be overwhelming. How do you track, monitor, and fix potential security and technical problems on the computers when there are just so many to monitor? The answer to that is with patch management.

Installing patch management software allows IT departments to easily manage entire computer networks. Patch management programs that come with the software are designed to help IT department managers run the entire from one central location. There is no need to run around and constantly monitor every single computer on the entire network, as the patch management software will do that for you.

There are two benefits that patch management can provide large companies. The first benefit is the ability to keep the enti