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GCN : February 2014
2 FEBRUARY 2014 | GOVERNMENT INDUSTRY TRENDS | MOBILITY ere's no doubt that mobility has been, and continues to be, a top trend among government organizations. But this rapid adoption has left many network administrators concerned about managing devices and ensuring security. MOBILITY GOVERNMENT INDUSTRY TRENDS ONLY 51% OF I.T. PROFESSIONALS say they actually talk with employees about how they use personal mobile devices1... BUT 75% OF EMPLOYEES are already using their own devices to access work-related data2... AND CURRENT EFFORTS ARE FALLING SHORT. 36% OF ORGANIZATIONS have not planned or deployed an MDM solution3... FINALLY, CONSIDER THIS FACT: 1in20 USERS have lost a device or had one stolen that contains work-related data.4 GET STARTED A successful strategy consists of a roadmap, data and device policies, mobile security and application and network integration. CDW•G can help with all of that. Find out how at CDWG.com/mobility 1Source: CDW's Mobility at Work Report, September, 2013 2Source: Fortinet Internet Security Census 3Source: CDW's Mobility at Work Report, September, 2013 4Source: Mobility at Work; Making Personal Devices a Professional Asset, 2013 TO COME OUT ON TOP OF THE BYOD PHENOMENON, you'll need a mobile device management solution that enables productivity while protecting the network. WHETHER IT'S A BYOD OR ORGANIZATION OWNED MOBILE DEVICE, if it has access to your organization's resources, it requires a Mobile Device Management solution. AN MDM SOLUTION GIVES YOU A SINGLE MANAGEMENT PANEL to easily secure and enable access to resources at an aggregate, departmental, user group or device level. CDWG.com/contracts VISIT TODAY FOR ALL AVAILABLE GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS. Notebooks 8-19 Desktops 20-27 Displays 29 Video 31 Printers 32-35 Software 40-45 Telephony 46-47 Networking 48-54 Servers 57-59 Data Storage 60-63 CATEGORIES