As the mass of information that is transferred and stored online grows every day, so does the desire of undesirables to access it - resulting in the number of data breaches involving endpoints growing at an alarming rate. So although you may believe your business to be protected, it may be time to look again at the security options available to you.
CASE STUDY: Deploying a mobile device for use at a gas-processing facility where any spark could be catastrophic was an interesting challenge for Australian managed mobility vendor, VoicePlus.
VoicePlus has upgraded its accreditation status to Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider; and is providing a Microsoft Intune managed service to several Australian enterprise customers.
Gartner predicts that 80% of worker tasks will take place on a mobile device by 2020, increasing the momentum to adopt UEM as a single endpoint console.
Nearly half of Australian employees admit to online shopping at work. What they don’t realise is that they could be compromising their employer’s cyber-security,
As the corporate mobility market matures, Australian enterprises are looking to expand from managed smartphones to managed endpoints.
Australian businesses reported 63 data breaches in the first six weeks of mandatory notification rules coming into effect, with "human error" listed as the most common cause.
VoicePlus IT has deployed the Deputy application to 700 iPads across Australia utilising Microsoft Intune MDM and Apple DEP programs.
"If you are planning to manage anything on a mobile platform, EMM is the starting point," says global research consultancy, Gartner.
VoicePlus has utilised the AirWatch MDM environment and Apple Volume Purchase Program to rapidly deploy Kronos and Aptos apps to over 700 retail stores Australia-wide.