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  • local wipe

    Local wipe, also known as auto-wipe, is deletion of a device's data which is initiated by software on the device itself, rather than through remote administration. A local wipe may be automatically...

  • remote wipe

    Remote wipe is a security feature that allows a network administrator or device owner to send a command to a computing device and delete data. 

  • wipe

    Wipe, in a computing context, means to erase all data on a hard drive to render it unreadable. The term is often used in reference to making data stored on a computer, smartphone or tablet inaccessible before disposing of the device.

  • enterprise wipe

    Enterprise wipe is a security feature offered by many Mobile Device Management (MDM) products which selectively erases only those device settings, user data, applications, and application data that were previously installed by that...

  • Safeguard data with training and remote device wipe capabilities

    In this #GRCchat recap, learn why remote device wipe is a good option for IT departments looking to safeguard data -- both corporate and personal.

  • Remote wiping: Tools and practices to protect corporate data

    Mobile connectivity increases productivity but threatens corporate data. John Overbaugh discusses the advantages and limitations of remote wiping.

  • Why remote wipe may not be a godsend

    Using remote wipe won't keep sensitive data from falling into the wrong hands. By the time you perform a wipe, that data has already been compromised.

  • Steering your career as a desktop admin in the mobility age

    As you already know if you've worked in enterprise IT for any length of time, change is inevitable. The desktop has evolved from a static canvas where each user's picture looked pretty much the same to a wildly dynamic playground where each user...

  • Why the Office 2013 suite still beats Microsoft Office alternatives

    Today's organizations constantly are looking for ways to improve efficiency while keeping a lid on IT costs. But factors such as feature sets, usability, availability and effort of support can a big part in the overall cost of any enterprise...

  • Remotely wiping down multiple systems

    No one wants to manually wipe down hundreds of machines. Save yourself a lot of time with one of these tools.

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