How to Enable Secure Access for BYOD at Work

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Matt Dieckman, Product Line Manager Secure Remote Access Solutions, Dell SonicWALL
Mobile devices have propagated into every facet of our lives from the personal to the business. BYOD has brought with it significant opportunities and serious risks for organizations. Join Matt Dieckman, Product Line Manager - Secure Remote Access Solutions at Dell® SonicWALL® to learn how SSL VPN solutions can help you provide secure access to corporate, academic and government resources from a wide variety of devices, including Apple and Android smartphones and tablets. This session will also dive into the BYOD policies you'll need to implement to securely allow access to data from non IT managed devices.
Jul 11 2012
52 mins
How to Enable Secure Access for BYOD at Work
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