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What is the Best System for Secure Mobile Networking?

Posted in Uncategorized by admin on the July 31st, 2012

 ... , Mobile: hotel, house, casino) - Mobile County - City-Data ForumI have been in sales for the past 31 years, but I have a new job and I am going to have to learn a few new tricks. I am in charge of a sales force in a highly competitive and technologically advanced field. In fact my employer seems to suspect one of our competitors of industrial espionage. I admit that it seems odd that we have lost a few accounts under dubious circumstances, but I am not sure it can be attributed to someone hacking our email services or anything like that. Just the same I am going to look into how much it will cost to upgrade our system.

I am not sure that Mobile Networking is the correct term for what I mean, but at any rate we have a sales force operating in a dozen states in the Southeast and Middle Atlantic region. We communicate with sales force through normal company laptops and smartphones, a lot of data is involved and the information is very sensitive. If someone from a competitor were to gain access to it they could use it to undercut us and steal clients. It is something that we should be concerned about, although in my personal opinion it is more likely that any leaks we have would be coming from a disgruntled current or former employee.

It does seem as though it would be wise to adopt some level of security to safeguard our proprietary information on the internet. I am wondering about the difficulty of encrypting our communications and whether or not it would be difficult for our sales force to use such a system. Personally it would need to be almost transparent. I am not computer illiterate by any means, but I do need things explained to me by my grandchildren on occasion. Whatever we adopt has to be usable by people like myself.

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