Tightening security on handheld devices

Thursday, 1 December 2005, 2:05 AM EST

Handheld devices used in corporations traditionally have been like an executive's company car, leased and maintained by the employee though paid for by the boss. But in some cases they're evolving into a corporate asset tightly controlled by the I.T. department, for reasons of security and productivity.

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