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TechTalk: Mitigate the Risks of BYOD with ZENworks® Mobile Workspace



April 14, 2017 3:18 pm





Join us for a TechTalk next week focused on a new, wickedly cool, simple, and rapidly deployed solution for secure, controlled mobile email, calendar and browsing access – a silver bullet for the greatest & most important pains of BYOD. Next Wednesday @ 1pm ET.

Learn about the new ZENworks Mobile Workspace and how to quickly & easily mitigate the risks and challenges of BYOD.

Mobile devices are constantly at risk of loss, theft, and hacking. The idea of trusting them with corporate application data can be enough to make organizations insist on locking devices down.

But users have other ideas. They want 24-hour access to emails, contacts, and so forth, and they don’t want to relinquish management of their personal devices to get it.

Our TechTalk will teach you how ZENworks Mobile Workspace enables organizations to:

  • Exercise granular, application-data-level control of mobile devices
  • Permit users to use their own devices without forcing them to relinquish device management rights
  • Encase application data in a secure workspace where users can safely browse the web and access email, calendars, and other assets

Don’t miss this opportunity. Learn how to reap the rewards of mobility and BYOD without suffering the bite of data loss or theft.

Mitigate the Risks of BYOD with ZENworks Mobile Workspace
Wednesday, April 19th @ 1pm ET
Register here:

Presented by
Oscar Sanchez and Jason Blackett – Micro Focus

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Categories: Technical, Unified Endpoint Management, ZENworks, ZENworks Mobile Management


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