As tablets fly off the shelves businesses are rushing to put iPads into the hands of sales and marketing teams. 80 percent of Fortune 100 companies are now testing or utilizing the iPad, but when it comes to security many businesses may be putting trade secrets at risk.
A recent infographic by Confident Technologies explains tablet users’ most common vulnerabilities, including most people’s decision not to password protect their device and the fact that 66 percent of users keep themselves perpetually logged into applications.
Most app developers look at these vulnerabilities and blame the user, but we have a different perspective. At Sales Graphics we look beyond security ideals to examine exactly how people actually use their devices. This closes the gap between perception and reality, allowing us to create a presentation software that doesn’t leave presentations vulnerable, even when devices are left unlocked.
How Sales Graphics Keeps Your Presentations Secure
When teams send presentations over the Internet they often deal in clunky files or cloud-only services. Both mediums are only as secure as the passwords that protect them, but in the world of iPads where more than half of users are always logged in, this could create significant vulnerabilities. Sales Graphics solves this problem with secure URLs.
These URLs create weightless sharing for intended recipients, feedback showing how engaged users are with specific presentation slides, and security by changing every five minutes. Even if an employee’s iPad is left unlocked and unprotected, presentations won’t end up in unwanted hands.