Secure UEM Premium: MobileIron extends Microsoft integration with support for Partner Device Compliance
MobileIron is excited to confirm that its upcoming unified endpoint management (UEM) releases will offer even more options for device compliance and conditional access.
As many companies have transitioned to remote workforces, connecting to the enterprise securely and seamlessly is more critical than ever. MobileIron has helped many customers with a variety of services and identity providers to establish a zero-trust approach: validating the user, device, app, and network and checking for threats before granting access to enterprise data.
Our upcoming releases will extend this capability to MobileIron Secure UEM Premium customers running Azure Active Directory as their Identity Provider.
iOS and Android Device Compliance
This new integration brings together MobileIron UEM, MobileIron Threat Defense (MTD), and conditional access leveraging Azure Active Directory.
Our MobileIron Go and Mobile@Work clients for iOS and Android will include a new option for users to register their device with Azure Active Directory.
Once the registration is completed, critical iOS and Android device information – including compliance – is shared with Microsoft Endpoint Manager.
Access to enterprise services is denied by Azure Active Directory if a device is - or becomes - non-compliant.
Users must have appropriate Microsoft Endpoint Manager and Azure Active Directory Premium licenses in addition to the appropriate MobileIron licenses.
For Windows 10 devices managed with MobileIron UEM, customers can continue to use our existing Azure AD-join integration.
We are targeting Partner Device Compliance for both MobileIron Core and MobileIron Cloud customers in the near future. For more info, please subscribe to our New Releases announcements on https://help.mobileiron.com/ or contact your MobileIron sales representative.
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