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IPHONE in the Enterprise

Posted on 2013-01-13
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Has anyone seen a MDM suite that is compatible with Android and IOS that allows the same set of functionality as a BES. Apple claims the IPhone is ready for the enterprise but is very far behind BES.
Would be great to give an IPhone access to internal resources (a simple intranet page for example) without having to create a VPN. From the MDM suites I have trialed so far, none of them offer this.

In BES, you could configure the proxy settings so that a blackberry could access an intranet page once it was enterprise activated.
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Have a look at MobileIron. New features in the latest version allow secure tunnel by application, including web browser, without having to use seperate VPN software.
Very good at pushing all kinds of policies at IOS too.

http://www.mobileiron.com/
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Not readily available and something so basic. Looking at other solutions. Mobile Iron and similar products do not even offer this basic function.
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Not readily available? Its a commercial product sold worldwide!
Basic? You need to read a little more! Mobile iron is about as complete as it gets for iOS control.
Push Apps, push ALL profiles, configure profiles, set Apps to use secure tunnels without need for user to start VPN first.....
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