By Krislyn McDonnell, Carbonite
When an employee loses or has a business smart device stolen, it poses a significant, looming risk to your company. The data stored on that device could expose you to a breach, invite data privacy compliance complaints, or worse.
A company-issued smartphone, it’s not a stretch to say, could pose an existential threat to a small business. Having a worst-case-scenario plan in case of device loss or theft could save you time, money, and a viable future for your business.
So, we’ve put together a list of best practices in case, if the worst does happen, you’ll be prepared to prevent a company-wide catastrophe.