Is there any way to implement security policies for the iPhone and iPad?
mstrauss 3 years ago
My company has in the past provided Blackberries to their top staff because of the security policies that IT could enforce on Blackberry phones. Last year, they started allowing iPhones because the bosses wanted something better than the Blackberry, but this meant dumping the tough security policies. Is there any way to implement corporate security policies for the iPhone and iPad?
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