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Get a grip on the importance of mobile backups
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Today, the majority of enterprise users make use of multiple devices, thereby driving the need for endpoint and/or mobile backups. Although backups have been an important part of IT operations for many years, mobile and other endpoint devices pose a number of unique challenges. Such devices vary by make and model, operating system, and even the type of data that is stored on the device. Furthermore, some devices might not be owned by the organization or even under the organization's direct control.
The backup process is further complicated by the fact that such devices may only be connected to the network on an intermittent basis. Because of these and other challenges, administrators must adopt new policies and techniques if they want to protect the data residing on mobile devices. This three-part guide will help you to implement mobile and endpoint backups in your organization.
Table Of Contents
- Endpoint products offer backup, file sync and security
- File sync and share vs. endpoint protection
- Challenges and alternatives to mobile device backups
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