More and more organizations are under pressure to allow the use of personal devices. But a secure BYOD strategy goes way beyond Mobile Device Management (MDM) alone. You need to make sure devices are not breaching your policies. You also have to consider the implications of numerous personal devices accessing your network.
We'll help you:
- Enforce your security policies for corporate and employee-owned devices
- Block access to company resources for non-compliant devices
- Give your users the apps they need to do their job and block others
- Provide secure mobile access to company resources
- Keep personal devices from slowing down your business
Protection for your business
Compliance checks – Know your devices are compliant with your security policies. See if security features such as password and key lock are activated.
Block corporate access – Make sure only devices meeting your security standards have access to your corporate resources.
Enterprise App Store – Provide your users with the recommended and compulsory apps they need. Block apps posing a risk to your security.
Anti-malware protection – Scans apps on Android devices, helping you avoid data-stealing apps which could steal corporate data or cause costs.
Web protection for Android – Protect your users from malicious websites by warning of known threats.
Secure access to corporate resources
Secure collaboration – Know you have end-to-end data protection. Provide your users secure mobile access to encrypted documents.
Secure remote access using HTML5 – Easily give network access to IT staff who are outside the office no matter which platform they're using.
Keep your users working
Empower the user – Provide a self-service portal for your users. Allow your users to reset their own password, lock or wipe their device and reduce calls to your help desk.
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