Web Seminar: Unlocking the mobile security goldmine

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How the channel can help bridge the security divide caused by the consumerisation of IT

In this web seminar, sponsored by AVG, CRN news editor Doug Woodburn talks to AVG sales head Chris McManus, Mustaq Chandia, director of Network Integrity Services and GfK's Damian Stevens about the mobile security opportunity for the channel.

Although the bring-your-own-device craze has seen many SMBs invest in smartphones and tablets, research suggests many of these endpoints aren't being locked down. During the presentations and subsequent Q&A you will hear about how resellers should be helping them bridge the gap.

 To watch the seminar click here.

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