Network Security

BYOD Doesn’t Have To Be Your Biggest Headache

Provided by Aruba Networks

Category Network Security

Type White Paper

Length 2

Publish Date April 19 2016

Date posted September 30 2016


Smartphones and other personal devices can now be found in most businesses as users are staying connected to the corporate network from anywhere, any time. It’s the stuff that keeps IT and security managers up at night — mobile users, multiple devices per user, and enterprise data on the move.

Security for Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) and mobile must now be part of a larger conversation when securing the network for the new digital workplace. Based on existing customers’ best practices, this paper outlines eight things you can do to boost network security amidst BYOD.



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