More and more work is being done using personal mobile devices and employees expect employers to keep personal information privateMobileIron on those devices, according to new research from MobileIron (NASDAQ: MOBL). The 2015 MobileIron Trust Gap Survey, released today, examines the privacy expectations workers have when using a mobile device for work. TheMobileIron online research conducted by Harris PollMobileIron on behalf of MobileIron surveyed more than 3,500 employed adults who use a mobile device for work in France, Germany, Japan, Spain, the UK, and the US (“workers”).
“Mobile workers, especially younger workers, have an expectation of privacy when using mobile devices for work. Many would leave their jobs if their employer could see personal informationMobileIron on their device,” said Ojas Rege, Vice President, Strategy, MobileIron. “In a world where smartphones contain increasing amounts of sensitive personal data, CIOs must remember that every device is a mixed-use device and must protect employee privacy as fiercely as corporate security.”
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