Mobile Device Management For Dummies (Mike Oliver)

 
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Mobile Device Management For Dummies (Mike Oliver)

You can manage and secure mobile computing equipment, including laptops and portable devices, with the help of this book.

It will assist you in addressing the workplace mobility trend and overcoming its difficulties. Many of the employees at your business or organization already use their own mobile devices for work-related purposes.

This book demonstrates how you may benefit from BYOD's numerous advantages by accepting the inevitable, creating a well-thought-out Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy and supporting it with efficient technology.

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