“The ‘BYOD’ revolution is an irreversible market dynamic that CIOs and IT administrators are forced to deal with since anytime, anywhere computing is the new norm,” said Udo Waibel, chief technology officer at FrontRange. “The big question for enterprises moving forward is ‘How do you balance the personal freedoms of this next-generation mobile workforce with the compliance, data security and management control requirements of IT?’ The answer lies in the intelligent deployment and enforcement of EMM policies that can be delivered easily, cost-effectively and ideally from a single, centralized solution either in the cloud or on-premise.”
As a hybrid enterprise management mobility (EMM) solution, it lets businesses manage and keep track of all physical, virtual and mobile devices from a single console. The mobility solution supports customers as tenants in a FrontRange-hosted cloud environment or on-site with an easy to configure, pre-installed virtual appliance. Its new EMM features for helping organizations manage their various mobile devices include collecting real time data on mobile hardware, assets and usage, as well as device tracking.
In addition, the solution provides smartphone management that is centralized and automated from a single console. It ensures corporate policies are seamlessly enforced and potential threats are automatically detected to protect organizations through remote wipe and auto-lock features and application restrictions. HEAT Client Management also offers seamless data migration and support for all major mobile operating systems, including BlackBerry BES and BIS, Symbian, iPhone, Android, Windows Mobile, Java JME, HP/Palm’s WebOS, Windows Phone 7 and Samsung’s BADA.
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