Ipad Good For Enterprise Hipaa
iPads can be used for a wide variety of purposes. That’s a good thing because it means that one investment is enough in order to take care of an entire list of tasks. The even better news is that even employers can now use in a secure way the tablets of their employees in order to reduce costs and increase user productivity. More and more employees are nowadays interested in using their own devices for job purposes, so employers need to exploit that interest to their advantage by putting in place a Bring Your Own Device program. While conceiving such a program you will also have to deal with the mobile security risks involved. Fortunately, there are developers on the market that have thought about them and have made available solutions.
One of these solutions is Good for Enterprise for iPad that’s considered to be the leading mobile device management solution and also a reliable collaborative suite. What this iPad app is trained to do is reduce data loss and make sure that the communication ensured by personal tablets between your employees is secure. Good for Enterprise also tries to make available useful web-based apps on the tablets of your employees and ensure a high level of comfort and productivity.
If you decide to invest in Good for Enterprise, you should first of all expect secure mobile collaboration that’s ensured by the iPad app mentioned via Microsoft Outlook or Lotus Notes. Moreover, your employees will benefit from easier application distribution and management that’s made possible via a customized enterprise app store. Because we’re talking about personal devices used for business purposes, it’s only natural to find out that Good for Enterprise also makes sure personal data is separated from company data through a safe and secure container. I think you will also be impressed by the strong encryption ensured for the data saved on the device and over-the-air transfers.
Another feature that I find exciting about the iPad version of Good for Enterprise is the automatic enforcement of policies that makes sure the device is properly locked, jailbreaking is detected and password protection is in place. Even remote device management via web-based tools is ensured for the purpose of helping employers to be consistent when it comes to their policy enforcement.
What I also feel the need to highlight is that these features that I’ve mentioned in the case of the iPad are also available via similar apps if other employees have Android, Windows Mobile or Symbian devices. That means you will be able to avoid limiting the use of personal devices only to iPads. If you are getting interested, you should check out the app’s free 30-day trial.
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