Who suffers more when an employee loses his or her unprotected iPad, the large enterprise or a small business? In absolute dollars, probably the big company. An executive or salesperson could have tens of thousands of confidential customer records worth hundreds of millions of dollars of business stored on a tablet or smartphone.
Beyond ATS’s legacy market, though, demand is being driven byBring Your Own Device as well as enterprise app stores.
“I’m talking to one company that has about 150 devices, all BYOD, at least 3 different kinds of devices, and 2-3 versions of iOS,” Wood said. “These guys just cannot handle it on their own.”
Wood and ATS will be at the SAPPHIRE NOW conference in Orlando in mid-May. Find them at the Mobile Managed Solutions table on theMobility Campus at SAPPHIRE NOW, or contact Wood at email@example.com to set up a meeting.
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