The Next-Generation Cloud Solution

— August 28, 2013

MobileIron has launched Anyware, a next-generation cloud solution for enterprise mobility management (EMM). Combining consumer-friendly simplicity with enterprise-grade security, the solution leverages the Salesforce Platform.

Supporting Android 4.0 and higher and iOS 5.0 and higher, Anyware offers one-touch configuration, so users log in just once at anyware.com/go to be fully configured. It also features personalized app, content catalogs and app ratings and recommendations.

Also available on salesforce.com’s AppExchange, the solution enables Salesforce administrators to distribute mobile apps to employees as well as secure and manage employees’ mobile devices right from the Salesforce administration console.

“We expect adoption of cloud solutions for mobile management to see a significant uptake over the next few years,” said Stacy Crook, Program Manager, Mobile Enterprise Research, IDC. “Solutions like Anyware by MobileIron that are purpose-built for mobility can help accelerate that adoption and allow organizations to realize the full productivity benefits of mobile without sacrificing security.”

Solution Features:

  • Custom app catalog: Get the right mobile apps to the right employees through your own private app catalog customized by group or user.
  • Data security: Block untrusted devices and wipe business apps when required. Protect business data while preserving the privacy of personal data.
  • Mobile device management: Set security policies, configure Wi-Fi and email, and manage device inventory.
  • Operational efficiency: Gives Salesforce administrators the tools to manage an entire mobile deployment through the Salesforce interface.

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