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Jun 10, 2013

The Four Principles of Mobile Application Management

AlanAs companies become more involved in the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) movement and provide employees with enterprise mobile apps ranging from email to sales force automation to field service tools, IT and business leaders find themselves trying to determine the most effective approach for managing, monitoring, and securing corporate apps and data. The security of enterprise mobile apps and corporate data is top of mind for organizational decision-makers for good reason. According to exclusive research conducted by Apperian, 76% of employees say that their companies allow them to connect their personal devices to the corporate network. Moreover, 91% of employees say that having a mobile device is important for getting their jobs done. In order to satisfy the needs of today’s mobile workforce while making it possible for IT to manage, monitor, and secure corporate apps and data, companies need a sound mobile management strategy. Mobile application management (MAM) offers companies and their employees the most flexible and comprehensive approach to enterprise mobility by providing organizations the security they need and employees the right to protect their personal data. To better illustrate this, we offer the four principles of mobile application management. Learn what the four principles are in the full article in WIRED Innovation Insights!

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