Mobile Device Management (MDM) is defined as software that secures, monitors, manages and supports mobile devices deployed across mobile operators, service providers and enterprises. MDM functionality includes over-the-air distribution of applications, data and configuration settings for all types of mobile devices, including mobile phones and smartphones and tablet devices.
A major provider in the field is MobileIron, an organization that believes it is its mission is to enable mobility within the corporate environment to allow customers to remain at the forefront of all newly released mobile user requirements, recently revealed that in conjunction with iPass (News - Alert) it will be sponsoring a not-to-miss event that provides the vital information needed for IT to implement this highly popular trend while simultaneously raising the bar on security
With Evan Kaplan, CEO of iPass who will be joined by Bob Tinker, CEO of MobileIron on Thursday, May 24, 2012 at 1 p.m. Eastern, participants will walk away from the webinar with an overwhelming amount of information into how to better leverage mobile access to empower a fully mobile workforce that has access to only preapproved apps, how to ensure a network remains safe from cyber attacks will simultaneously powering on-the-go employee access, and important numbers in regards to how much it will actually cost a company to implement this solution.
Anyone involved in the mobile IT field including IT managers or just anyone within the telecom, wireless, mobility or BYOD spaces should be sure to take place in this highly informative webcast. To register, click here.
Recently, TMCnet reported that MobileIron had joined hands with HTC (News - Alert) Corporation, a company that specializes in mobile innovation and design, to develop a solution that global customers can utilize to drive mobility.
Bob Tinker, CEO, MobileIron commented in regards to the new project stating, "Android (News - Alert) has faced barriers to entry in the enterprise because customers need to know that they can manage and secure Android apps and devices without needing additional resources. By working with HTC, we are making it easy for our global customers to welcome a whole category of Android devices into their companies."
The mobile device management provider was also in the news earlier this month as it was tapped for the 2012 SC Award Europe for Best Mobile Device Management. The company was selected for this prestigious award due to its robust security capabilities, as well as its highly satisfactory overall user experience.
Edited by Amanda Ciccatelli