Securing Mobile Files: The Six Tools You Need

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When it comes to email and applications, the solutions are straightforward. Email clients have been delivered by enterprise IT for decades now, and mobile apps can be controlled via mobile application management (MAM) technology.

Files on mobile devices, however, are a different ballgame. Though there are only a few things users really need to do with their files (view, search, annotate, edit, save and share), the options in app stores are manifold. Yet they rarely provide a unified solution.

This leads to a difficult choice for IT. Either they assemble a makeshift solution, cobbling together various apps based on what they think users need — and then try to secure those apps — or they leave these tasks to their users.

This paper identifies and details the key tools users need and outlines what IT should consider in evaluating these solutions.

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