If the IT Directors, CISOs, CIOs, etc. are armed with the right tools and policies, Android devices can be a productive mobility tool for an enterprise.
Catonsville, MD (PRWEB) November 27, 2013
PaRaBaL, Inc., an industry leader in mobile device enablement for the enterprise, has joined forces with MobileIron to offer free tutorial on how an enterprise can roll out a BYOD Android System. This tutorial will be offered on December 12, 2013 at 11:00 AM. Today Android has 80% of the mobile Market coupled with the 50% expected growth of BYOD sanctioned practices at companies and federal entities by 2017.
PaRaBaL and MobileIron are offering this tutorial at no charge.
“Running a true BYOD system at an enterprise is what most organizations want to do – they just don’t know where or how to start,” says Nate Steuer, Director Enterprise Mobile Solutions at PaRaBaL. “PaRaBaL with the MobileIron solution can lead the way for these enterprises in a fashion that is both safe and secure allowing for increased worker productivity that comes when you allow your employees to go mobile.”
Jim Fidler, PaRaBaL VP of Mobile Technologies, explains: “Android based systems are growing quickly. Secure use of the Android operating system within an enterprise can offer challenges that can be mitigated. If the IT Directors, CISOs, CIOs, etc. are armed with the right tools and policies, Android devices can be a productive mobility tool for an enterprise.”
PaRaBaL was founded in 2009 to help organizations utilize mobile devices, allowing for greater employee productivity, without sacrificing security posture. PaRaBaL offers training, corporate mobile policy development and our BYOD Preparedness Check services and resells top of the market mobile management and security software. Whether your organization is embracing mobility for the first time, or you’re looking to take a step toward more advanced solutions, let PaRaBaL be the partner that ensures you meet your objectives.
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