In the U.S. alone, smartphone users will reach 271 million by 2022 and the number of tablet users is forecast to pass the 180 million mark for the first time in 2019. Many of these ubiquitous devices are being used both at home and in the office as more companies embrace bring-your-own-device (BYOD) programs. Factor in the enormous number of laptops and desktops being used in the workplace and an organization’s device management strategy becomes increasingly complex and expensive.
RSM created a device management practice to help bring a company’s device management strategy up to date, regardless of size or location. RSM Device Management consultants offer an end-to-end approach to solution adoption—one that addresses the ongoing complexities of end user policies and devices with real-world visibility and expertise.
From better security to improved end-user productivity, RSM’s professionals assist companies with changing the playing field to ensure device management doesn’t hinder the growth of their business. IT directors and managers can leverage RSM’s latest device management tools to protect user identities and sensitive data across desktops, laptops, tablets, and phones.
It’s no secret that security is paramount for companies of all sizes ranging from small, centralized offices up to highly diverse, multi-national conglomerates. However, recent statistics show that 43 percent of cyber-attacks target small business and sadly 60 percent of small companies go out of business within six months of an attack.
Large or small, organizations can support a diverse mobile environment while ensuring devices and apps are compliant within their security requirements. Through a smart device management strategy, companies can provide users in any corner of the world with access to the right device at the right time, in the right place—without the risk of providing blanket access to everyone without oversight.
To learn more, visit the new RSM Device Management Consulting section of our site.