Users can securely access their work data, without having to enroll their devices.
What I want to do with Azure, Office 365, and InTune is to enable
decision makersto make their decisions quickly, with the right information in their pockets.
Simon Callow Head of IT at Aston Martin
Preventing data loss on user devices doesn’t have to mean locking down the device or crippling productivity by enforcing VPNs.
Users will balk at working from their BYO device if the organization requires them to enroll that device. Since hackers are shifting their focus from servers to devices and users, organizations must account for these attack vectors.
The “user devices” line is on the rise due to devices being infected with malware, and the “person” line is from users being victimized by phishing attacks.
Typical Mobile Device Management (MDM) systems have two main shortcomings which are resolved by Mobile Application Management (MAM) solutions. First, there are too many users (contractors, field workers, techs, BYOD users) for which device enrollment isn’t feasible. Mobile Application Management (MAM) enables control without enrolling devices. Also, Mobile Device Management ( MDM) lacks the granular control that enables governance at the app-level.
Mobile Application Management (MAM) solutions can address both issues and more, by providing granular, application level security. Applications can be secured without enforcing enrollment. Mobile Application Management (MAM) solutions can properly manage devices that are more loosely controlled, such as partners and agents.
Mobile Application Management (MAM) allows a business to: