Acronis MobilEcho Expands Mobile Security For Feds
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Ryan Hardy
Ryan Hardy,
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12/13/2013 | 2:09:51 PM
re: Acronis MobilEcho Expands Mobile Security For Feds
It's just interesting  to know, what if a federal agent needs some data on his or her own device for some period of time, is it possible to move it from the server just temporarily and then delete?
Jessica Born
Jessica Born,
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11/27/2013 | 11:04:46 AM
re: Acronis MobilEcho Expands Mobile Security For Feds
It's great whern the interests of an emploee and the requirements of a director coincide. BYOD has become a very widespread practice these days and the reaspns for this fact are quite simple and clear. Effectiveness, productivity and data security are the main priorities now.
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10/25/2013 | 9:34:42 AM
re: Acronis MobilEcho Expands Mobile Security For Feds
I think the issue of data security was and still is one of the main cons of BYOD. Companies want control over their files and users want control over their own devices. And such solutions that can both satisfy users and companies is definitely a step in the direction of using BYOD to its full potential.

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