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Orange offers Secure Mobility for corporate and personal devices

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Orange has launched a security solution for the remote management of data on corporate and employee-owned mobile devices.

Secure Mobility fully integrates into Microsoft Exchange environments and provides customers with administrator and end-user self-service portals.

Max Taylor, business director at Everything Everywhere, said: “Smartphones and tablets might be empowering businesses and their employees, but they are also generating new management and security challenges for IT teams who are under mounting pressure to ensure the security of a growing mobile fleet and the data it is being used to access.

“The fact that Secure Mobility is highly scalable and has a flexible pricing structure means that data protection and device management practices can adapt with the mobile fleet, rather than lagging behind it – even if a business has a ‘bring your own device' policy. This reduces administrative overheads and allows IT teams to spend less time managing employees' devices and protecting their networks and more time focusing on helping the business grow.”

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