Industry Focus

Given the diversity of today’s mobile devices and desktops, IT requires an enterprise mobility management platform capable of supporting end-users and devices at scale across a variety of rapidly evolving mobile and desktop operating systems including Android, iOS, macOS, and Windows 10. Using the MobileIron platform, global enterprises can support end-user choice across both personal and corporate devices. MobileIron combines traditional mobile device management capabilities with advanced security, data visibility, apps management, and access control. IT administrators can manage and secure the mobile device, desktop, data, and apps, from registration to retirement, and quickly get mobile operations under control.

UEM for Financial services

Financial Services

From banking and capital markets to insurance companies, organizations across the board are looking to increase profitability while reducing risk.

UEM for Government


Enabling secure mobility is one of the best ways government agencies can deliver the benefits of modern work to employees and constituents alike.

UEM for Healthcare


Mobility is revolutionizing the quality and delivery of patient care. Clinicians and care providers are increasingly adopting mobile devices, switching from device to device, depending on the task and location.

UEM for Manufacturing

Manufacturing and automotive

The unified endpoint management (UEM) priorities for automotive and manufacturing companies include BYOD programs, multi-OS support, and app distribution and management.

UEM for Retail


Retail organizations have specific mobile security needs, such as ensuring PCI compliance so that strong authentication, audit logging, and appropriate usage policies and procedures are enforced.

UEM for Software

Software and technology

The unified endpoint management (UEM) priorities for high-tech organizations include the ability to support BYOD programs, multi-OS support, distribution of productivity apps, and securing data in documents stored in email or in content repositories such as SharePoint.

UEM for Legal and professional services

Legal and professional services

The UEM priorities for professional services organizations include implementing BYOD programs, app distribution, and data security. Additionally, employees must be able to access documents from email attachments, SharePoint, and other content repositories. It is imperative that this content be kept secure, as it is almost always highly sensitive.

UEM for Public Safety

Public Safety

Public safety agencies, such as police and fire departments, provide some of the most critical services in every community around the world. Their jobs depend heavily on access to secure and reliable communications in emergency situations, which is why many of these organizations are migrating to modern mobile devices and applications.