Serving businesses ranging from small offices to global enterprises, McAfee understands the challenges IT faces in protecting mobile devices and the data on them. Consumerization of IT can save enterprises hundreds of dollars per employee, while making employees happier and more productive.
McAfee Secure Enterprise Mobility solutions respect both IT and user requirements for control and convenience. Our scalable offerings respond to users’ needs as those users shift from consumers to corporate employees — and back again. IT gains governance over users’ devices, regardless of ownership, to ensure that enterprises can protect the device, the data on the device, and the corporate network, while respecting the employee’s privacy when the device is used for personal purposes.
With data and device protection for today’s most popular mobile devices, including Apple iPhone, Apple iPad, and Android, McAfee provides a complete and scalable security solution that embraces device diversity. Enterprises can offer employees mobile device choice, while delivering secure and easy access to mobile corporate applications.
The McAfee SECURE Business Ready Program opens new avenues to device manufacturers and mobile service providers. It creates an opportunity in the enterprise with every mobile device purchased. When customers buy a McAfee SECURE Business Ready device, they find it easier to bring their device to work. By joining this program, McAfee partners can further differentiate their offerings and find new revenue streams in the corporate segment.
Topics : Mobile Security
Topics : Mobile Security
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As Gartner predicts, BYOD is here to stay and will soon become the rule rather than the exception. Users are eager to embrace the trend, but IT is reticent for good reason. This solution brief shows IT how to successfully get a handle on BYOD with a scalable strategy and integrated solutions that fall under the umbrella of the Security Connected framework from McAfee.
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Adobe Flash Player has been a boon to Android malware creators for a long time. These developers have taken advantage of Flash’s popularity to create premium SMS Trojans and droppers, as well as other types of malware. McAfee Labs has detected a common scam app–Android/Fladstep.B–on the Google Play store since the end of 2013. The […]
The post Adobe Flash Player Installer Scams Reappear on Google Play appeared first on McAfee.
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