IDC survey: SMBs use Sophos Mobile Control more than any other mobile device management product

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mobile-controlA new survey conducted by IDC found that small and mid-sized businesses (SMBs) are using Sophos Mobile Control more than any other mobile device management product, including those from vendors AirWatch and MobileIron.

This graphic shows that 25% of SMBs surveyed by IDC were using Sophos Mobile Control in July 2013. As IDC reports, only about a quarter of SMBs currently have mobile device management (MDM) in place, and SMBs are driving demand as they add employee-owned and managed devices (BYOD).

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Sophos Mobile Control

As businesses begin adding more and more mobile devices, and adopting BYOD (bring your own device), they require mobile device management (MDM), data protection, and easy-to-deploy cloud updating. Sophos Mobile Control is the market-leading MDM solution that does it all, simply.

How does Sophos Mobile Control compare to the competition? Download our Mobile Device Management Buyers Guide to see how we rate.

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[…] Onderzoek van Sophos wijst uit dat werknemers die een smartphone en/of tablet gebruiken, tot twee uur meer per dag werken dan collega’s zonder deze mobiele hulpmiddelen. Maar hoe kunnen we de voordelen van mobiliteit en bring your own device benutten zonder het budget, de IT-afdeling en de eindgebruikers nodeloos te belasten? Mobile device management (MDM) biedt uitkomst. Hiermee kunt u beveiliging zoals wachtwoorden, toetsenbordvergrendeling en andere zaken afdwingen. Dat is vaak te verkiezen boven de onzekerheid of uw gebruiker de beveiligingsregels wel opvolgt. […]

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