Enterprise Mobility Management webinar

In an age of digital transformation, the collection and use of data to drive a competitive edge in the workplace is invaluable. The use of mobile technology to empower the workforce to be more agile and more efficient is increasing at a huge pace. 

During this digital transformation how do businesses meet the needs of operations, IT and information security?  How do they deploy and manage consumer and rugged mobile devices without incurring huge costs, or affecting daily operations?

On Thursday 20th June VisionID hosted a webinar in partnership with Google, Zimperium and SOTI focussing on some of these modern-day digital transformation challenges. After a brief introduction from John Bosworth about VisionID’s secure enterprise mobile managed service, Antonio Alonso Daroca from Google discussed Android for Enterprise and Zero Touch Enrolment. Zero Touch Enrolment enables organisations to streamline their deployment by shipping pre-configured devices to their employees. While also securing their assets by locking them against the corporate account.

Antonio was followed by Ashish Patel from Zimperium who advised on Data Security and Mobile endpoint Threat Protection. Zimperium put a lot of focus on the hacker, from network threats like man in the middle, SSL certificates to malicious apps and phishing attempts.

The final speaker on the panel was Stephen Boyd from SOTI who spoke about Unified Mobile Device Management.  Stephen further broke down some of the challenges with business-critical mobility, discussing security threats and business down time, before suggesting how SOTI can help. SOTI MobiControl protects corporate data and manages assets.

Together these solutions are a comprehensive part of VisionID’s service offering and each, in their own way, can contribute to driving down IT budget costs.

To watch a recording of our Enterprise Mobility Management webinar please follow the link below.

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