Hospital fights security challenges in iPad rollout

Execs at Adventist Health System found iPads tough to manage, with so many physicians bringing in personal devices and trying to run enterprise apps across them. In-house laptops and tablets can be locked, controlled, protected with required anti-virus software, and even prevented from accessing certain segments of the hospital's network, corporate data security officer Sharon Finney told CIO. The upshot: Finney had to build an intermediary network with security controls, allowing her both to manage non-company-owned devices and to identify users on the system, should there be a security problem. Article

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