How to stay GDPR compliant with MDM
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MDM makes your employees devices compliant
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Don't loose data control to homeschooling
With the kids at home, it’s easier than ever to fall into the trap of ‘shared devices’, and let them use it for a couple of hours while being homeschooled. While it is always best to completely separate business and personal use, this sometimes can be difficult to uphold. Therefore, when devices are used for both personal and business use it’s crucial to be able to restrict access to the apps that aren’t suitable for your workplace. With MDM, Apps can be blacklisted as you see fit for your business.
When being so reliant on data, and used to having instant access to the communication tools we all need, it can be tempting to log onto an open wifi network at your favourite coffee shop. If your employees have a cap on their data usage, depending on how big it is, it is likely that they will be thirsty for Wi-fi from time to time. A risk your business can’t afford to take.
By having MDM incorporated into your security policies, you have full control and decide the security protocol the business have to follow. Doing so, you can restrict access to open wi-fi networks from all business devices.
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