It used to be that you could keep all your corporate secrets not only behind the firewall, but behind real walls. Access to the corporate network was almost entirely on-premises, and if it wasn't in your corporate headquarters or data center, it was via a hard-wired connection to a branch office. Now, however, everything has changed.
Devices with access to the most valuable of your corporate information live inside the pockets and purses of your employees, no matter where they are. Mobile rules the day, and employees are using a mix of personal and company-issued devices to do their jobs, wherever and whenever those jobs need doing.
CBS Interactive is proud to present "Don't Go Out Alone: How Enterprise Mobility Management Ensures Productivity & Compliance," a live, interactive webcast about how you can wrangle all of those mobile devices, keep them secure and managed, protect your organization's critical data, and help your employees stay productive anywhere and everywhere.
- Learn about the many challenges facing corporations, IT managers, and their employees as mobile becomes more and more established as the core method for information access and communication.
- Explore the tools that can help you manage the growth of mobile devices, control what's running on the devices, and even keep an eye on whether employees try to "jailbreak" or otherwise compromise device security.
- Discover advanced management technologies like containerization, mobile threat management, virtual private network connections, and the integration of secure productivity applications that get the job done effectively and efficiently, while protecting corporate assets at the same time.
Don't miss "Don't Go Out Alone: How Enterprise Mobility Management Ensures Productivity & Compliance." Join CBS Interactive Distinguished Lecturer David Gewirtz, author of The Flexible Enterprise (the classic book that served as a foundation for today's agile business movement), in a lively discussion about how you can take your technology on the road and keep it safe while doing so.