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Vodafone Device Manager
Posted: 22-Apr-2013 [Source: Vodafone]

[Vodafone introduces a mobile device management solution to assist enterprises in their migration to BYOD.]

London -- Vodafone Device Manager, a powerful mobile device management solution that monitors and protects all mobile devices including smartphones and tablets, features a robust application management system that retains user experience whilst protecting secure business data.

In the first generation of mobility, business data was in heavyweight, email-based containers -- sets of data protected from unauthorised access -- that were secure but forced users into an experience they did not like. However, in the new generation of mobility, user experience is central to success.

With the increase of mobile apps and BYOD in the workplace, robust application management is critical to successful secure device management. Business and personal data must be separated, and Mobile IT has to protect the business data while preserving the user experience.

The mobile management's connected container architecture provides fine-grained security that protects app data for Mobile IT but is invisible to the user, making it user friendly. It achieves this via two components: AppConnect, and AppTunnel.

AppConnect containerises apps to protect data-at-rest without touching personal data. Each app becomes a secure container whose data is encrypted, protected from unauthorised access, and removable.

AppTunnel provides secure tunnelling and access control to protect app data-in-motion. Fine-grained app-by-app session security protects the connection of each app container to the corporate network. AppTunnel is particularly useful in BYOD settings where organisations may not want to open up VPN access to all apps on the device.

Furthermore, Vodafone Mobile Threat Manager, which can be deployed in conjunction with Vodafone Device Manager or added at a later date, offers a fully managed, cloud-based security solution for mobile devices. It protects business users' personal data and also their web data against sophisticated cyber threats. It instantaneously scans all inbound and outbound traffic, with negligible impact from a user perspective, across the company's mobile devices.


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