To increase the rate of adoption of information technology and to contribute to make mobile system more adaptive to changing networking conditions, Kaseya (News - Alert), a provider of automated IT systems management software, has introduced the new Kaseya mobile device management module, uniquely positioned to quickly and easily assist organizations in addressing the proliferation of the bring-your-own-devices (BYOD) trend invading the corporate network.
According to a press release, the Kaseya Mobile Device Management module is part of an integrated and automated IT System Management (ITSM) solution that handles the inherent mobile device challenges of email configuration, back-up, asset visibility, and security for IT professionals in corporate or managed service environments.
“Businesses are only beginning to experience the impacts of workforce mobilization on improving productivity and are only starting to experience the challenges associated with managing mobile devices,” says Steve Brasen, managing research director for Enterprise Management Associates. “By delivering an integrated platform for managing both traditional computing endpoints and heterogeneous mobile devices, Kaseya has taken a big leap forward in enabling a consolidated, end-to-end management experience that directly addresses emerging mobile technology requirements.”
The popularity of Apple’s iPad and iPhone, Android (News - Alert) smart phones have keep the lines between personal and corporate devices in organizations globally. Now users want one smart phone device that can take care of both their work and personal email accounts, with access into corporate applications. In addition, IT professionals have also noticed recent changes in how corporate executives engage in their work; with most preferring to leave their corporate-issued laptops in the office in favor of traveling with their personal Apple (News - Alert) iPad as their only work device.
“As a technology solution provider focused on client security and compliance, the need to secure clients’ work in mobile environments is essential,” said Jacob K. Braun, president of Waka Digital Media Corporation. “We’re excited to see the mobile device management solution from Kaseya that enables granular configuration of our clients’ mobile resources and empowers our staff to manage the health and security of both traditional and mobile endpoints from a single pane of glass. We’re reducing client risk and simultaneously improving our services efficiency with a single tool – and it easily integrates with the solution portfolio our clients know and expect.”
In other company news, TMCnet reported that Kaseya announced a new set of software tools that helps corporations secure, manage and protect corporate networks.
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Edited by Rich Steeves