How to Protect Your User Data in a Multi-Device World
Right now, the average individual owns 3.64 devices — smartphones, tablets, and laptops — and the number will rise to 4.3 devices per person by 2020. At the same time, the average employee in the U.S. uses at least three devices per day for work activities. More than ever, your IT department is facing the reality of a multi-device world with employees constantly on the go and working anytime, anywhere on any device..
However, many IT departments — and yours might be one of them — are shying away from mobile data protection. But this practice cannot continue any longer.
The data on your CEO’s tablet might be worth more than all the combined data stored on your company PCs. Losing that data can affect your company from a financial, compliance, or business continuity perspective. Even contacts and messages are vital because losing them can impact your productivity and customer service, and can even result in a lost sale.
Your organization must develop an effective data protection strategy for all employee devices – be it desktop, laptop, tablet, smartphone, or any other device containing vital company information. But don’t use built-in mobile data protection tools; they are too complicated, time consuming, and don’t scale. Simply put, it is too resource intensive to individually protect each device.
Consider a single backup solution that protects your entire IT environment — mobile devices, as well as laptops, desktops, physical and virtual servers, cloud workloads, and applications.
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