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From BlackBerry to BYOD

First published: 01-12-2013
Size7.59 MB
Create DateAugust 13, 2014
Last UpdatedApril 28, 2015

How do organizations shift from a BlackBerry-for-all approach to true mobile device diversity while maintaining the control, management, security and compliance they were used to before BYOD?

What can they use to provide secure connectivity to enterprise networks, email, contacts, calendars and applications? What is the best way to protect proprietary information on the device and the enterprise network from hackers and mobile, web and personal application-based malware?

This white paper sets about comparing BlackBerry against Android and iOS. It also discusses how applications on said devices are and can be protected.

From BlackBerry to BYOD