Mobile Device Strategies: Improve Productivity without the Risk

Laurie Menear, Head of Research, Company85
Practical advice for senior IT and information security heads on managing mobile device security, including bring-your-own-device (BYOD). This presentation covers security governance, compliance, policy implementation and user education. The webinar also shares how one innovative UK firm has taken advantage of consumer devices and is protecting itself against uncontrolled use.

Laurie Menear is Head of Research & Marketing at Company85. He has over 25 years’ experience with technology firms, much of which has been spent developing programmes in partnership with companies like Sun Microsystems, HP, Microsoft, Oracle and Symantec. He is a strong advocate of using collaborative approaches to address business issues.
Oct 17 2012
40 mins
Mobile Device Strategies: Improve Productivity without the Risk
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