Five key assumptions to make when considering mobility security

John Leonard
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Imation's Jon Fielding sets out some key truths to consider when formulating security strategy

However you choose to roll out enterprise mobility, be it BYOD, COPE, CYOD, virtual desktops, Windows to Go USB sticks or any of the other myriad strategies, the thought processes and strategies ar...

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