Jun 03 9:52 AM
No matter how careful we are, sometimes our digital devices get lost or stolen. According to figures from Transport for London there are more than 30,000 lost phones sitting in their lost property room. And two laptops are left on the underground every single day. The stats are mind-blogging.
Frankly, it’s too easy to lose stuff. And it’s very annoying when it happens.
Now think about how you will react when an employee tells you that they’ve lost their work mobile or laptop.
Yes, the device will obviously need placing. That’s the easy bit.
Because have you considered what implications this could have on your business? Specifically:
And then, there are the practical questions:
Replacing the lost item is just the tip of the iceberg. Lost devices are a massive data security risk.
Even when an employee loses their personal device, it has implications for the business if they use it to access company data.
Contact us today and let’s do a strategic review on:
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