Empower Your Mobile Workforce; Control your BYO Strategy; Protect your Corporate Information Assets

In an agile working world it is imperative that the enterprise provides the ability to deliver applications and data across varying platforms while maintaining control over security of the data.  Data stored on a USB drive is subject to many risks that are out of the control of the enterprise while data stored and viewed through a cloud based solution can be easier to secure.  Further to the point, the BYO (bring your own) is a focal point for the enterprise, however storing content on a device not owned or controlled by the enterprise poses risks.  

Offering a service that aggregates, controls, and securely delivers Windows, Web and Software as a Service (SaaS), iOS and Android applications, integrated data and virtual desktops to any device, anywhere is one solution available to the enterprise today where these risks can be mitigated.  This technology will provide users with a single point of access and self-service to all of their business applications on any device anywhere. It also provides a comprehensive single point of aggregation and control for all applications, data and users. 

The average employee uses three computing devices to get the job done, one of these three devices is a non company owned asset.  In addition, employees are using cloud based sharing services to mobilize their data. At the same time, such a solution enables IT to retain control over all corporate apps and data in use by employees. This approach balances employees’ desire for flexibility and a consistent experience with the security and control requirements of the business.  The end result empowers employees to be as productive outside of the office as if they were in the office.  Be agile in the delivery of your computing environment by offering an enterprise mobility management solution that securely delivers mobile, web, and Windows apps and data to any device.


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