iPhone management is a serious pain to a lot of IT managers.
Many companies either provides their employees with an iPhone as a company work phone, or they ask that employees Bring your own device (BYOD), which makes since a recent research suggests that over 230 million people in the United State (over age 13) use a mobile device, while over 65 million Americans own a smartphone.
The company software that goes on these phones needs to updated, and its data needs to be securely protected. The iPhone management of a large scale company with a hundred, maybe more, iPhones could make you pull your hair out.
However, there is hope in the recent advancements of cloud technology. Mobile device management (MDM) software and Patch management software lets IT managers safely, and securely, update every phone in one fell swoop. With the great iPhone management software, IT staff can keep iPhone security at a maximum. These mobile device management softwares reduce both teh security risks and support costs, so IT managers have to worry less about iPhone management.
The iPhone management security updates feature such designs as the Advanced Encryption Standard Algorithm (AES). This is a data scrambling system that was first published in 1998. The federal government adopted it as a government standard in 2001 because AES is widely regarded as being unbreakable.
IT managers also like to use Desktop management Interface (DMI). This is an industry framework for managing both the hardware and software components in a BYOD business model.
These are just some of the ways that technology is advancing. What do you think about this?