Thousands of companies all over the world and in every vertical continue to turn to California-based mobile device management provider MobileIron due to the fact that the company can assist these firms in completely revamping operations by leveraging enterprise mobility. Powering both on-premises and cloud-based offerings, the company’s SaaS (News - Alert) offering, MobileIron Connected Cloud, recently successfully completed a SOC 2 Type 1 audit.
“With our completed SOC 2 Type 1 audit and trust site, MobileIron Connected Cloud is now the most trusted and transparent Mobile IT cloud service in the industry” said Ojas Rege, VP Strategy, MobileIron, in a statement. “Our customers need to know that if they run their mobile application management and mobile device management from the cloud, they will be doing so with a solution that is as secure and reliable as an on-premise system. No one else in our industry offers both third-party assessment and the highest level of operational transparency for a Mobile IT cloud service.”
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The company has been extremely busy within recent months, with efforts ranging from bursting open the doors on new offices within the Asia Pacific region and also being highlighted within the Global Hot 100 Company List.
The reason behind expanding overseas was the surge in customers seen within this location as well as the necessity for mobile device management solutions in these business settings.
“In the Asia Pacific region, the demand for mobile app management and mobile device management is growing exponentially and the need spans all industries. In the last few months, we have won major customers in financial services, hospitality, and aviation industries among others,” added Bob Tinker, CEO, MobileIron.
Moreover, the mobile device management provider was included on this prestigious list for its continuous efforts towards developing its portfolio of products that are targeted at what’s yet to come in various verticals such as lifestyle, health, energy, cities, technology, education and communication.
Edited by Rachel Ramsey