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Limit connection time

Protect hotspot devices with security controls that limit the data and connection time used by attached laptops and tablets. You don’t want employees’ kids streaming Netflix using the company data plan.

Between the slew of holiday tech gadgets – ranging from FitBits to iPad Airs to Galaxy Gear – and the hottest announcements from CES, there will be a lot of new connected devices being brought into the workplace this year. Of course this means more network connections to manage and more streaming data over both Wi-Fi and cellular connections. Are you wondering how to keep the network intact while saving a few bucks on the company phone bill? This slideshow features a few tips from connectivity expert Smith Micro to keep your productivity high and your costs low in 2014.


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