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10 Best Practices for Controlling Smartphone Access to Corporate Networks

White Paper Published By: PC Mall
PC Mall
Published:  Dec 07, 2011
Type:  White Paper
Length:  8 pages

The proliferation of personal smartphone devices in the corporate network has led to new concerns for malware attacks and data leakage. Best practices demand that IT enforce sound smartphone policies with uniform, platform-based practices. This white paper discusses critical best practices including approaches for both policy and technology.



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