Maximize Uptime and Productivity with Mobile Device Management - FREE White Paper

The cost to support and secure mobile and wireless devices skyrockets each time a device needs attention, whether it be for a software version update, device reconfiguration or to upgrade firmware. IT labor, diagnosis and training costs, plus the user's time lost to "docking" a device or handing it over to sit in the IT department can add up to a significant number of hours of wasted employee time.

By · July 1, 2013

The cost to support and secure mobile and wireless devices skyrockets each time a device needs attention, whether it be for a software version update, device reconfiguration or to upgrade firmware. IT labor, diagnosis and training costs, plus the user’s time lost to “docking” a device or handing it over to sit in the IT department can add up to a significant number of hours of wasted employee time.

Download this complimentary white paper to learn how companies using mobile devices need a management tool that provides the ability to:

  • Keep track of your company's investment in mobile devices
  • Maximize uptime and productivity by keeping software applications running
  • Easily install the latest security updates
  • Quickly and centrally access the condition of all mobile devices
  • Deploy new software and version upgrades "hands free"


A Mobile Device Management solution can make a tremendous contribution toward lowering total cost of ownership and maximize the productivity of your mobile device users. Find out why Mobile Device Management is an indisposable part of your mobile device strategy.




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