Of all of today’s owners of iPhones, an estimated 9 percent have inadvertently dropped theirs in a toilet. Since many iPhone owners use their devices for personal as well as professional purposes and since 66 percent of people working would prefer that they get to choose their own mobile devices rather than their companies’ IT departments, this presents a very big concern for owners. What happens to these devices if they are unprotected, or worse, if they are stolen or broken with important data on them?
Fortunately, iPhone security measures that are part of stronger iphone device management protocols exist. These iPhone security measures generally work alongside companies’ bring your own device, also known as BYOD, policies, which generally require that users of these protocols will protect their devices using passwords and which have components built in that will erase any data on a device if that device, say, gets dropped in a toilet or ends up stolen. These iPhone enterprise management solutions address these concerns and more, keeping devices protected.
Security breaches do occur with these BYOD policies, however, with breaches affecting about 47 percent of businesses today. So the right iPad in the enterprise application, then, is ideal for the 34 million iPads that were sold in the U.S. in just 2010. These iPhone security measures are vastly important to address any and all concerns companies and their employees have about protecting devices and about keeping ipad management and iphone management solutions intact and working functionally.