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 ====== Bring Your Own Device ====== ====== Bring Your Own Device ======
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 We often get asked about '​Remote Wipe', the ability for a device owner or corporate administrator to remove sensitive information without needing to physically access a device. We often get asked about '​Remote Wipe', the ability for a device owner or corporate administrator to remove sensitive information without needing to physically access a device.
  
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 For a corporate administrator this typically means wiping corporate data and applications when an employee leaves or changes position. We recommend investing in one of many Mobile Device Management (MDM) solutions that support the remote removal of applications (and associated data). For a corporate administrator this typically means wiping corporate data and applications when an employee leaves or changes position. We recommend investing in one of many Mobile Device Management (MDM) solutions that support the remote removal of applications (and associated data).
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  * [[https://​www.mobileiron.com|MobileIron]]  * [[https://​www.mobileiron.com|MobileIron]]
  
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 For a device owner a remote wipe typically means removing all local data, credentials and applications. It's useful when a device has been lost or stolen, or even simply replaced, but is not physically available. In this situation options include: For a device owner a remote wipe typically means removing all local data, credentials and applications. It's useful when a device has been lost or stolen, or even simply replaced, but is not physically available. In this situation options include: