Plugging the mobile data leaks

The rapid adoption of smart devices in the workplace is giving CIO’s sleepless nights and the problem isn’t malware but data leakage.

The History Channel recently investigated the impact of technology on society, nominating the smartphone as the number one gadget that changed the world. Beating off stiff competition from PCs, TV, radio and even light bulbs, smartphones reigned supreme.  This is unsurprising when we consider the huge productivity gains these devices have enabled. Ten years ago, the concept of a pocked-sized device offering phone, email, social networking and satellite navigation was unthinkable, and these are just a few of the services we rely on the humble smartphone to deliver.

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