MobileIron

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  • White Papers // Oct 2014

    Driving the Mobile Enterprise transformation and Managing BYOD

    Protecting corporate data and network resources while leveraging the benefits of mobility is a constant balancing act; one that requires IT to shift its focus from security lockdown to business enablement. While some companies (particularly in the tech sector) are “doing” BYOD well, most are still trying to devise a...

    Provided By MobileIron

  • Case Studies // Oct 2014

    Case Study: Philip Morris International mobilises a global workforce with MobileIron solutions

    To support a mobile program that was rapidly growing worldwide, Philip Moris International worked with Nomasis to implement a MobileIron enterprise mobility management (EMM) platform. PMI uses MobileIron to secure corporate-issued and employee-owned devices, maintain an accurate device count across 60 countries, reset employee passcodes in seconds, and manage its...

    Provided By MobileIron

  • White Papers // Oct 2014

    Research Report: The Changing Mobile Landscape in Financial Services

    Sponsored by MobileIron, The Changing Mobile Landscape in Financial Services was conducted by Ponemon Institute to learn how organisations are enabling the use of mobile devices and technologies in ways that support business objectives and employee productivity. The study also examines the challenges many companies face when migrating from BlackBerry...

    Provided By MobileIron

  • Case Studies // Oct 2014

    Case Study: Discovery Communications knows no boundaries with MobileIron solutions

    Discovery implemented a MobileIron enterprise mobility management (EMM) platform to enforce security policies across 2,000 iOS and Android devices, let employees complete HR and financial transactions through a secure mobile web browser, and remotely wipe corporate data from employee-owned devices after employees leave the company.

    Provided By MobileIron

  • Research // Sep 2014

    Security for the Mobile First Era

    Sandboxed mobile operating systems are secure. Threats, such as malware, are mitigated by OS design. Preventing data loss on mobile requires focus on a different set of risk vectors. Download to read more.

    Provided By MobileIron

  • White Papers // Sep 2014

    Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Mobility Management Suites

    The mobile device management market has evolved into the enterprise mobility management suites market. EMM is growing quickly, and the vendor landscape has changed significantly, which will impact IT leaders' choices.

    Provided By MobileIron

  • Case Studies // Jul 2014

    With the MobileIron Platform, Sally Beauty puts a new face on its sales team

    Seeking to increase the effectiveness of its field sales staff while helping them present a more professional image, Sally Beauty implemented the MobileIron enterprise mobility management (EMM) platform. Sally Beauty uses MobileIron to let retail and traveling sales staff access product collateral on iPads, recommend and deliver the most helpful...

    Provided By MobileIron

  • Case Studies // Jul 2014

    Philip Morris International mobilizes a global workforce with MobileIron solutions

    To support a mobile program that was rapidly growing worldwide, Philip Moris International worked with Nomasis to implement a MobileIron enterprise mobility management (EMM) platform. PMI uses MobileIron to secure corporate-issued and employee-owned devices, maintain an accurate device count across 60 countries, reset employee passcodes in seconds, and manage its...

    Provided By MobileIron

  • Case Studies // Jul 2014

    Discovery Communications knows no boundaries with MobileIron solutions

    Discovery implemented a MobileIron enterprise mobility management (EMM) platform to enforce security policies across 2,000 iOS and Android devices, let employees complete HR and financial transactions through a secure mobile web browser, and remotely wipe corporate data from employee-owned devices after employees leave the company.

    Provided By MobileIron

  • White Papers // Jul 2014

    HIPAA Mobile Compliance

    Mobile is becoming a core platform for healthcare communications and services. As information access expands to more people and more devices, mobile creates new systems and processes that are subject to HIPAA compliance. The MobileIron security and management platform includes controls for the following key elements of a HIPAA...

    Provided By MobileIron

  • White Papers // Jul 2014

    PCI Compliance and Mobile Devices

    The Payment Card Industry (PCI) Security Standards Council has released the Data Security Standards (DSS) version 3.0 outlining revised requirements for payment data security, effective January 1st, 2014. Merchants and Service Providers that store, process, or transmit customer payment card data must adhere to the revised outlined requirements. Additionally, the...

    Provided By MobileIron

  • White Papers // Jul 2014

    The Changing Mobile Landscape in Financial Services

    Sponsored by MobileIron, The Changing Mobile Landscape in Financial Services was conducted by Ponemon Institute to learn how organizations are enabling the use of mobile devices and technologies in ways that support business objectives and employee productivity. The study also examines the challenges many companies face when migrating from BlackBerry...

    Provided By MobileIron

  • eBooks // Jul 2014

    BYOD: Driving the mobile enterprise transformation

    Protecting corporate data and network resources while leveraging the benefits of mobility is a constant balancing act; one that requires IT to shift its focus from security lockdown to business enablement. While some companies (particularly in the tech sector) are “doing” BYOD well, most are still trying to devise a...

    Provided By MobileIron

  • White Papers // Jul 2014

    Windows Phone 8.1 in the Enterprise

    When Windows Phone 8 was first launched, the majority of its platform innovations were focused on delivering a robust end-user experience. Strong support for Microsoft productivity tools made Windows Phone an attractive option for business users, but not all enterprises were ready to fully embrace the new platform. While it...

    Provided By MobileIron

  • White Papers // Jul 2014

    Migrating Blackberry Policies to MobileIron

    As the next generation of smartphones and tablets enters the market, employees want the freedom to choose their own devices and use apps that meet their needs. Analyst recommendations that organizations migrate off BlackBerry have forced IT departments to develop contingency plans for their existing mission-critical BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES)...

    Provided By MobileIron

  • White Papers // Sep 2013

    What iOS 7 means for the enterprise

    Apple’s iOS 7 brings over 200 new consumer and business features to iOS devices, including over 40 features that specifically enable or enhance key Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) capabilities. These new EMM capabilities respond to what enterprises need to fully embrace iOS devices as critical business tools. They also require...

    Provided By MobileIron

  • Case Studies // Jul 2014

    With the MobileIron Platform, Sally Beauty puts a new face on its sales team

    Seeking to increase the effectiveness of its field sales staff while helping them present a more professional image, Sally Beauty implemented the MobileIron enterprise mobility management (EMM) platform. Sally Beauty uses MobileIron to let retail and traveling sales staff access product collateral on iPads, recommend and deliver the most helpful...

    Provided By MobileIron

  • Case Studies // Jul 2014

    Philip Morris International mobilizes a global workforce with MobileIron solutions

    To support a mobile program that was rapidly growing worldwide, Philip Moris International worked with Nomasis to implement a MobileIron enterprise mobility management (EMM) platform. PMI uses MobileIron to secure corporate-issued and employee-owned devices, maintain an accurate device count across 60 countries, reset employee passcodes in seconds, and manage its...

    Provided By MobileIron

  • Case Studies // Jul 2014

    Discovery Communications knows no boundaries with MobileIron solutions

    Discovery implemented a MobileIron enterprise mobility management (EMM) platform to enforce security policies across 2,000 iOS and Android devices, let employees complete HR and financial transactions through a secure mobile web browser, and remotely wipe corporate data from employee-owned devices after employees leave the company.

    Provided By MobileIron

  • White Papers // Jul 2014

    HIPAA Mobile Compliance

    Mobile is becoming a core platform for healthcare communications and services. As information access expands to more people and more devices, mobile creates new systems and processes that are subject to HIPAA compliance. The MobileIron security and management platform includes controls for the following key elements of a HIPAA...

    Provided By MobileIron

  • White Papers // Jul 2014

    PCI Compliance and Mobile Devices

    The Payment Card Industry (PCI) Security Standards Council has released the Data Security Standards (DSS) version 3.0 outlining revised requirements for payment data security, effective January 1st, 2014. Merchants and Service Providers that store, process, or transmit customer payment card data must adhere to the revised outlined requirements. Additionally, the...

    Provided By MobileIron

  • White Papers // Jul 2014

    The Changing Mobile Landscape in Financial Services

    Sponsored by MobileIron, The Changing Mobile Landscape in Financial Services was conducted by Ponemon Institute to learn how organizations are enabling the use of mobile devices and technologies in ways that support business objectives and employee productivity. The study also examines the challenges many companies face when migrating from BlackBerry...

    Provided By MobileIron

  • eBooks // Jul 2014

    BYOD: Driving the mobile enterprise transformation

    Protecting corporate data and network resources while leveraging the benefits of mobility is a constant balancing act; one that requires IT to shift its focus from security lockdown to business enablement. While some companies (particularly in the tech sector) are “doing” BYOD well, most are still trying to devise a...

    Provided By MobileIron

  • White Papers // Jul 2014

    Windows Phone 8.1 in the Enterprise

    When Windows Phone 8 was first launched, the majority of its platform innovations were focused on delivering a robust end-user experience. Strong support for Microsoft productivity tools made Windows Phone an attractive option for business users, but not all enterprises were ready to fully embrace the new platform. While it...

    Provided By MobileIron

  • White Papers // Jul 2014

    Migrating Blackberry Policies to MobileIron

    As the next generation of smartphones and tablets enters the market, employees want the freedom to choose their own devices and use apps that meet their needs. Analyst recommendations that organizations migrate off BlackBerry have forced IT departments to develop contingency plans for their existing mission-critical BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES)...

    Provided By MobileIron

  • White Papers // Oct 2014

    Driving the Mobile Enterprise transformation and Managing BYOD

    Protecting corporate data and network resources while leveraging the benefits of mobility is a constant balancing act; one that requires IT to shift its focus from security lockdown to business enablement. While some companies (particularly in the tech sector) are “doing” BYOD well, most are still trying to devise a...

    Provided By MobileIron

  • Case Studies // Oct 2014

    Case Study: Philip Morris International mobilises a global workforce with MobileIron solutions

    To support a mobile program that was rapidly growing worldwide, Philip Moris International worked with Nomasis to implement a MobileIron enterprise mobility management (EMM) platform. PMI uses MobileIron to secure corporate-issued and employee-owned devices, maintain an accurate device count across 60 countries, reset employee passcodes in seconds, and manage its...

    Provided By MobileIron

  • White Papers // Oct 2014

    Research Report: The Changing Mobile Landscape in Financial Services

    Sponsored by MobileIron, The Changing Mobile Landscape in Financial Services was conducted by Ponemon Institute to learn how organisations are enabling the use of mobile devices and technologies in ways that support business objectives and employee productivity. The study also examines the challenges many companies face when migrating from BlackBerry...

    Provided By MobileIron

  • Case Studies // Oct 2014

    Case Study: Discovery Communications knows no boundaries with MobileIron solutions

    Discovery implemented a MobileIron enterprise mobility management (EMM) platform to enforce security policies across 2,000 iOS and Android devices, let employees complete HR and financial transactions through a secure mobile web browser, and remotely wipe corporate data from employee-owned devices after employees leave the company.

    Provided By MobileIron

  • White Papers // Sep 2014

    Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Mobility Management Suites

    The mobile device management market has evolved into the enterprise mobility management suites market. EMM is growing quickly, and the vendor landscape has changed significantly, which will impact IT leaders' choices.

    Provided By MobileIron

  • Research // Sep 2014

    Security for the Mobile First Era

    Sandboxed mobile operating systems are secure. Threats, such as malware, are mitigated by OS design. Preventing data loss on mobile requires focus on a different set of risk vectors. Download to read more.

    Provided By MobileIron

  • White Papers // Sep 2013

    What iOS 7 means for the enterprise

    Apple’s iOS 7 brings over 200 new consumer and business features to iOS devices, including over 40 features that specifically enable or enhance key Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) capabilities. These new EMM capabilities respond to what enterprises need to fully embrace iOS devices as critical business tools. They also require...

    Provided By MobileIron