AirWatch Releases Content Management Updates

— June 04, 2013

AirWatch, an Enterprise Mobile Management (EMM) provider, has released the latest version of its Secure Content Locker (SCL), which combines advanced security features and flexible storage options with enterprise-grade collaboration, sharing and event logging capabilities.

SCL can be deployed as a standalone solution or as part of the company’s integrated enterprise mobility platform. Corporate and personal content can be stored on-premise, in the cloud or in a hybrid solution. Using the AirWatch SDK, application developers can use features and capabilities of SCL to enhance security and augment the user experience.

“EMM is rapidly evolving to address the expanding mobility needs of both users and IT,” said Chris Hazelton, Research Director of Mobile & Wireless, 451 Research. “With the proliferation of mobile apps in the enterprise, IT must control the use and distribution of corporate data. This content needs to be secured as it moves from email to a mobile app, and increasingly between mobile applications. As users create and edit content on mobile devices, IT will look to EMM to ensure this content remains secure – but accessible – anytime, anywhere.”

The updates to Secure Content Locker improve security, Data Loss Prevention (DLP) and the functionality businesses require with the ability to:

  • Deploy on-premise, in the cloud or use a hybrid approach
  • Protect content with FIPS-140-2 validated AES-256 bit encryption
  • Manage telecom cost through content syncing controls for cellular and Wi-Fi
  • Enforce Data Loss Prevention (DLP) with sharing, copy and paste controls
  • Allow easier document control through desktop syncing of personal content
  • Encrypt email attachments
Pricing is available online with subscriptions starting at $4 a month.


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