There's been a lot of noise lately about people buying up a certain phone and then expecting their IT departments to integrate it into their networks. Let's face it, though, it's not just an iPhone issue. Plenty of folks also pick up Windows Mobile devices on their own and expect their companies to play ball. That's all well and good, but there are security issues to consider. If you're considering those issues, check out this this article over at Modern Nomads.
It goes over the security issues, both server and client side, of allowing sensitive data on a WM device. Done right, it can actually be a really good thing - i.e. you can train your users to put their data on something that can be secured (i.e. their Windows Mobile device) instead of just throwing it on a USB stick.
Thanks for the tip, Jaap!
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