MobileIron’s enterprise app storefront lets the user download both in-house and third-party business apps that have been approved by IT. The app storefront experience can also be customized by IT administrators to define which applications are assigned to a given user. This is a key component to deliver mobile application management capabilities.
MobileIron Docs@Work provides an intuitive way to access, annotate, share, and view documents across a variety of email, on-premises, and cloud content management systems, such as SharePoint, Dropbox, OneDrive Pro, Office 365, and Box. This enables the MobileIron EMM platform to deliver mobile content management (MCM) capabilities. It also provides DLP for email attachments by decrypting documents delivered through Sentry.
As users look to enhance their productivity and need to access sensitive corporate resources using smartphones and tablets, securing personal email, contacts, and calendar, also referred to as personal information management (PIM), is a key aspect of enterprise mobility management.
Allows mobile end users to request IT help directly from their iOS or Android devices. After the user grants IT access to their mobile device, Help@Work mirrors the user’s screen onto the IT management console so that IT support personnel can more quickly help the user resolve the issue. This is a critical EMM tool that enables IT to support mobile devices easily and cost effectively.
Secure browser that lets users access web content within the corporate intranet without requiring the user to go through complex procedures such as starting a device-wide VPN session. Web@Work also has data loss prevention (DLP) capabilities. Web@Work is a critical component of the MobileIron EMM platform.
MobileIron AppConnect is a critical component of the mobile content management (MCM) solution that containerizes apps to protect data-at-rest without touching personal data. Once integrated, these applications become part of the secure container on the device managed by the MobileIron client.