Bridging the 'Divide': Enterproid App Now Available for iOS

By Gerard Longo, Assistant Editor — July 19, 2012

Enterproid's Divide platform, the enterprise application that has already brought business-class applications like email, contacts and calendar to the Android operating system, is now available on iOS.

Making Divide available for the iPhone and iPad allows Enterproid to leave a further stamp on the BYOD community, according to Enterproid CEO Andrew Toy.

"We are delighted to bring Divide to the iOS platform and are now capable of serving the vast majority of professionals and corporate IT departments worldwide," Toy said. "Opening our product to iPhones and iPads has been a top priority for us."

Divide works by creating a workspace on the personal mobile devices of employees that is cloud-based, which Enterproid believes strikes a balance between enterprise security and personal privacy by allowing IT administrators to retain a comparable level of control to other MDM solutions while keeping the personal information of each employee inaccessible to outside parties.

Some of Divide's encryption and management capabilities include controlling how email attachments are opened and providing secure browser shortcuts for web applications. Other enterprise applications can take advantage of the security features of Divide by being integrated into its workspace, as well.

Divide comes in two versions apiece for iOS and Android: the free version, which can be downloaded by any individual from the Apple App Store and Google Play, respectively, and an enterprise-level version that can be purchased by subscription on a per-user basis.

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