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iPad & iPhone Administrator's Guide by Guy Hart-Davis

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CHAPTER 8Securing Your Company’s iPads and iPhones

As you’ve seen in the preceding chapters, you can load up an iPad or iPhone with any amount of data—everything from confidential address books and appointments to sensitive documents and financial data. Then you can lose the device—or have it stolen—and put all your data at risk at the drop of a hat or at the pick of a pocket.

In this chapter, we’ll look at the measures you can take to keep your valuable and sensitive data safe. Here’s your executive-level breakdown:

Image First, you’ll almost certainly want to protect the iPad or iPhone with a device passcode so that it’s armored against casual intrusion ...

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