A trio of vendors has announced new or improved software to better protect enterprise smartphones and the corporate data they hold.
In general, the software applications combine centralized management tools with client-based code to enforce security policies and protections. Such tools have been available for notebooks and handheld computers, but only recently have they been applied to the ubiquitous smartphone.
Enhancements include expanded support for the most popular smartphone operating systems, improved over-the-air management features, and controls for other on-phone wireless interfaces, such as Bluetooth and 802.11.
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