Mobile isn't my area of expertise, but for a medium-sized company I've consulted for, they can see absolutely everything. Call history, messages, location, location history, app usage, even force the web traffic through a proxy with SSL interception, decryption, and certificate replacement and see even things you thought were encrypted. Software can be installed that you can't see. It all depends how seriously your company takes security. There are really freaky tools readily available that can activate the cameras and microphone without alerting the end user, but fortunately those are not in use at the company I'm speaking of.
Basically, if the company manages it, the sky is the limit. Even the common MDM platforms have pretty good out-of-the-box toolsets nowadays. The common sense answer is "Don't do anything on a company asset that you can't defend to your boss, and his boss, and his boss."
Originally posted by heavyfuel
like fuck if I ever want a toy that has an engine. Bikes, sleds, quads, no fuckin way. I much prefer to get on a mountain bike and earn it like a man. Real toys don't have engines. "Motor" and "sport" should never be associated with each other if you ask me.
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