It can happen to the best of us—your shiny new phone, tablet or laptop, left in an airplane seat pocket or stolen at the local coffee shop when you got up for a refill. Imagine losing the device that connects you to the outside world, and most importantly, your work. Our laptops contain confidential company information and in order to prevent this unruly situation from happening to you, here are three quick tips for increased laptop security while on the go.
If you’re looking to offer managed support for the widest range of mobile devices connecting to your network, then it’s time to develop your mobile strategy. Planning for, and facilitating mobile print solutions using your existing print infrastructure is made easier with PaperCut’s Mobile and “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) features.
At the end of 2015, more than 100 Billion Mobile Apps had been downloaded from the Apple App Store. Social media apps have spread like wild fire among mobile users, with the more popular apps being Facebook and Instagram. Since apps have become more available and accessible people are able to do more with their mobile devices. This mobile trend has lead to the development of mobile apps for business.
The future of work is mobile. But you may be worried that working from anywhere, on any device, could expose you to added security risks. Whether you’re a road warrior or remote worker here are some simple tips to stay protected.
3 Tips For Better Laptop Security
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