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    Mobile security threats come from unlikely places. In this three-question Q&A, MobileIron's security expert offers simple ways IT admin can provide end users the freedom to work securely from their mobile devices anywhere they choose.

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  • Trusted platform module aids Windows mobile device security

    Keeping data safe in mobile devices is the Holy Grail for preventing corporate data loss.

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  • Firm eases pain of patch management for mobile workforce

    Patch management can be costly and timely, especially if you've got a number of remote workers. But one IT manager found a way to streamline the process with an online tool that he says gives a better view of the patch management operation.

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  • Portable storage devices invite big problems

    As mobile devices become smaller, cheaper and more portable, the dangers of portable storage threats increase.

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  • Smartphone insecurity: There’s a smartphone app for that

    Available smartphone apps are so impressive that users are flocking to mobile marketplaces such as iTunes App Store, Android Marketplace and BlackBerry App World. To protect business-use smartphones, enterprises need to lock in IT policies and deploy robust centralized controls to circumvent...

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  • In-the-cloud defenses for mobile malware

    Mobile antivirus programs apply laptop best practices to PDAs and smartphones, but there are many other ways to protect corporate assets from mobile malware. Complementary "in the cloud" defenses include enterprise sync servers, network gateways and wireless services that incorporate mobile malware...

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