When it comes to mobile devices used in the workplace, RIM’s Blackberry platform was a popular choice thanks to BES which allowed IT admins to manage devices remotely. Perhaps looking to start incorporating the use of iOS devices at the workplace, Apple has recently released an iOS security guide to the public. Perhaps not for everyone, the 20 page article basically outlines the different security practices that Apple has in place for iOS ranging from Secure Boot Chains to the ability of being able to wipe the device remotely. It also covers content such as system architecture, data protection, encryption and network security and device access tools, so if you’re an IT manager looking to implement iOS into the workplace or if you’re curious about the security features of your iOS device, then this document might be worth a read.

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