“The shift to mobility in the enterprise is undeniable,” said Cleve Adams.
Columbia, MD (PRWEB) January 15, 2013
Following the addition of enterprise security guru Cleve Adams, as CEO, AirPatrol is commencing the next phase of their new commercial strategy. Showcased through a recently updated website, AirPatrol is ringing in 2013 with a new customer focus to better help mobile enterprises protect their IP around the world. The enterprise focus is clear through case studies for a variety of industries such as technology, healthcare, energy, finance, and correctional. Interviews, videos, white papers, and product documents with an enterprise focus are also available to download.
“The shift to mobility in the enterprise is undeniable,” said Cleve Adams, AirPatrol CEO. “At CES [Consumer Electronics Show] last week, popular concepts such as BYOD [Bring Your Own Device] and software like MDMs [Mobile Device Managers] were presented to protect corporate IP. Even though the topic of BYOD may not be new to everyone, it is an issue that everyone needs to address in both the commercial and government sectors.”
According to a recent Wall Street Journal article on devices with context-aware capabilities, smartphones may now contain as many as 18 specialized sensors, creating a digital “six sense.” The rise in smartphone abilities may be a cause of the increase in MDM sales, a rise from $445 million in 2011 to $790 million last year (IDC Research).
“AirPatrol addresses issues many corporations are facing such as wireless detection, IP protection, and the need for dynamic management on mobile devices,” continued Adams. “Mobiles devices empower employees so it is vital that enterprises are aware of available mobile device security solutions.”
About AirPatrol Corporation
Based in Columbia, Maryland, AirPatrol is internationally known for its suite of location-based, contextual security systems that identify, monitor and manage mobile devices on wireless and cellular networks. AirPatrol’s ZoneDefense and other mobile security products can determine specific device compliance with security policies and actively enforce policies by limiting or modifying a device’s capabilities while it is within the secured zone. AirPatrol customers include large three letter agencies, military, government, major enterprises, international corporations and other organizations. For more information on AirPatrol Corporation and its products call 410-290-3446, email: ledwards(at)airpatrolcorp(dot)com or visit http://www.airpatrolcorp.com.