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When standing still isn’t an option

The ability to go mobile is more important than ever, but so too is mobile security. Alex Meehan reports

3rd December, 2017
Michele Neylon, chief executive, Blacknight Solutions Picture: Maura Hickey

t this point in 2017, there probably isn’t a serious business person in Ireland who doesn’t have a smartphone. Mobile working is an increasingly normal part of the average day for many people, but managing that mobility for employers can be challenging.

It’s their job to make sure that data is stored safely, not misused, lost or stolen, and that if it is, devices can be remotely wiped to ensure no privacy...

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