The challenges associated with mobile device use continue to be splashed across the headlines. This year alone has seen various reports on mobile mishaps involving Samsung, Starbucks, the former U.S. Secretary of State, and—most recently—famed NFL quarterback Tom Brady. Debacles over device misuse are also being played out in court, with companies facing the threat of court sanctions for neglecting to preserve relevant mobile materials. Organizations hoping to avoid the fate of so many others tripped up by device disasters must be perplexed regarding the course of action they should adopt. Given the critical role that such devices play in most business operations, few if any clients will likely ever be free from such challenges. Those challenges generally fall into three categories: data security, information retention, and e-discovery.

Data Security, Information Retention, and E-discovery Challenges

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