The diversity of mobile personal devices introduces a new level of complexity for IT managers hoping to control and secure a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) environment.
What does MPD stand for?
MPD stands for Mobile Personal Device
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Rising need for enterprise mobility has given way to growing employment of mobile personal devices such as smartphones, notebooks, and tablets to access corporate networks.
The solutions, which have won multiple awards, protect data against unauthorized access and manipulation no matter where it's stored - on mobile personal devices, PCs or on networks or is being transferred to business partners or processed in business applications.
We feel our position in Gartner's Magic Quadrant shows that our commitment to better data security on mobile personal devices is paying off.
His strong expertise in usability analysis, information visualization, and designing and developing software systems for desktop and mobile personal devices will help drive AWS' development of a market base to fully support our product growth strategy.
The presentations, taking place on the Cellcom pavilion at Telecom Israel 2002, feature live and on-demand video and audio streaming from a 3G handset via a UMTS network to a mobile personal device.
For consumers, this means new, highly personalized, user-controlled services are available on existing phones and mobile personal devices.
The "MasterCard Future of Transactions Laboratory" will explore a number of technologies in the payments and electronic commerce process, including: - Mobile Shopping: Exploring the use of mobile personal devices, such as mobile phones, palmtop computers, and pagers to provide consumers the ability to shop anywhere, anytime.