Definition - What does Enterprise Wipe mean?
An enterprise wipe is the successful deletion of enterprise-related data on a device while keeping some kinds of personal data intact. The enterprise wipe can also be called a selective wipe in that it targets the specific kinds of data and processes that are typically related to enterprise or business use, rather than deleting everything on a device.
Within the field of mobile device management, the enterprise wipe and other selective wipe tools can be helpful in giving businesses more sophisticated ways to protect their data while allowing remote access for employees.
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