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Why Cybersecurity Is Central for Businesses Looking to Build Long-Term Resilience

This year, many companies realized business resilience was more than just a buzzword on a PowerPoint slide. They found themselves struggling to survive a crisis no one saw coming, but which had a massive impact worldwide.

Now is the time to examine what business resilience means in practice, and to ensure that an organization has enough of it not just to survive the pandemic, but to thrive afterwards. Alex Mosher, MobileIron’s VP of Global Sales Strategy, Product Solutions & Marketing, writing for ITProPortal, takes a look at building resilience in the everywhere enterprise model of working.

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