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Advanced Mobile Device Management

Mobile Data Security, Visibility and Control for Enterprises

Phones are replaceable. Data is not. Advanced Mobile Device Management combines traditional mobile device management capabilities with advanced data visibility and control powered by the Virtual Smartphone Management Platform architecture. The administrator can manage the lifecycle of the phone and its data, from registration to retirement, and quickly get smartphone operations under control. Tour the Enterprise Smartphone Management Dashboard.

Multi-OS Device Management

Central web-based console across operating systems
  • Inventory and asset management
  • Device configuration
  • Encryption policy (phone, SD)
  • Lockdown security (camera, SD, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi)
  • Password enforcement
  • Remote lock and wipe
  • File distribution
  • End-user self-service

App Management
  • Inventory
  • Secure publishing and delivery
  • Rogue app protection

Remote Control
  • Real-time, permission-based

Enterprise Data Boundary
  • Selective wipe
  • Privacy policy

Access Control (Sentry)
  • ActiveSync connection activity and device visibility
  • Blocking of email access

Advanced Security
  • Certificate distribution
  • Back-end virus scan

Lost Phone Recovery
  • Locate and map
  • Restore and migrate

Administration
  • Over-the-air provisioning
  • Role-based access
  • Group-based actions
  • Broadcast SMS, APNs
  • Persistent logs and audit trails

Enterprise Integration
  • Web Services API
  • BES integration
  • Directory services AD/LDAP
  • Certificate authority

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