Mobile Device Management in Office365

 

There is a virtual explosion of Mobile devices at the Workplace. Almost everyone at work now uses his Mobile device for tasks related to work. While this has led to an increase in productivity , the downside is that the Mobile device has now become the single biggest source of leakage of Corporate Data . This is mainly due to the fact that the Corporate IT has no means to manage the User Mobile. Or if there are some 3rd party tools, they are so expensive and complicated to use that the IT does not have the resources to learn and implement the same.

Enter Office365 !

Exchange Online, which is a part of Office365 , the Cloud based Productivity Platform from Microsoft , has extensive inbuilt features which can assist the Corporate IT in managing the Mobile Devices.

To know more about how you can use Office365 for Mobile  Device management ,  visit   

http://www.techgyan.com/Pages/MobileDeviceManagementwithOffice365.aspx

 

with warm regards

 Suresh Ramani

www.TechGyan.com

Blog: www.CloudChangesEverything.com

Microsoft MVP 2009
Microsoft Worldwide Partner of the Year 2011 & 2007

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About Suresh Ramani

I am a CEO of a Technology Solutions Provider "TechGyan" ( Gyan in Sanskrit means "knowledge") . My Company is based out of Mumbai, India . My Company provides Solutions to Customers ( Local & International) around Microsoft Platform. In 2009, Microsoft nominated me as a Most Valuable Professional (MVP). During week ends I provide Redevelopment Consultancy to Societies in Mumbai . The details of the same are listed on www.tdrmumbai.in My hobbies are reading Management Books . Like most of Indians , I love game of Cricket and Hindi Songs.
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