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Chapter 10- Security

Android The Google operating system for mobile devices that is not proprietary.
application control The tools and services responsible for distributing and controlling access to apps.
asset tracking Maintaining an accurate record of company-owned mobile devices.
credential management A secure repository for storing valuable authentication information on a mobile device.
geo-fencing Using a mobile device's GPS to define geographical boundaries where an app can be used.
geo-tagging Adding or allowing geographical identification data in a mobile app.
inventory control The operation of stockrooms where mobile devices are stored prior to their dispersal.
iOS The operating system for Apple mobile devices that is a closed and proprietary architecture.
location services Services that can identify the location of a person carrying a mobile device or a specific store or restaurant.
lock screen A technology that prevents a mobile device from being used until the user enters the correct passcode.
mobile application management (MAM) The tools and services responsible for distributing and controlling access to apps
mobile device management (MDM) Tools that allow a device to be managed remotely.
off-boarding The ability to quickly remove devices from the organization's network.
on-boarding The ability to rapidly enroll new mobile devices.
remote wiping The ability to remotely erase sensitive data stored on a mobile device.
Secure Digital (SD) A small form factor storage media of a variety of different types and sizes.
smartphone A mobile cell phone that has an operating system for running apps and accessing the Internet.
tablet Portable computing device that is generally larger than smartphones and smaller than notebooks, and is focused on ease of use.
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