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MDM BYOD - How Mobile Device Management solution enable ‘Bring Your Own Device’ Strategy for your business’


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Mobile Device Management (MDM) software secures, monitors, manages and supports mobile devices deployed across mobile operators, service providers and enterprises. MDM functionality typically includes …

Mobile Device Management (MDM) software secures, monitors, manages and supports mobile devices deployed across mobile operators, service providers and enterprises. MDM functionality typically includes over-the-air distribution of applications, data and configuration settings for all types of mobile devices, including mobile phones, smartphones, tablet computers, ruggedized mobile computers, mobile printers, mobile POS devices, etc. This applies to both company-owned and employee-owned (BYOD) devices across the enterprise or mobile devices owned by consumers

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  • The mobile / wireless market remains confused and complex and we expect large numbers of new devices, services and applications to emerge through 2015. In mature markets smartphones in particular are driving significant behaviour changes in both consumers and employees. For example:Employees are behaving more like consumers demanding a wider choice of devices, exploiting consumer devices and applications from app stores, and adopting new strategies such as "bring your own" IT. The distinctions between a person's role as an employee and as a consumer are more blurred than ever.Consumer behaviour is changing, online activities are switching from PC and web channels to the mobile channel as smartphones become more popular and affordable. Traditional activities such as watching TV and reading newspapers are declining. The consequence will be major changes in consumer and employee-facing mobility. There are opportunities to innovate and deliver new services and experiences to consumers and to change the way in which devices and applications are supplied to employees. The social changes driven by mobility and smartphones apply particularly to teens who will be the next generation of employees and consumers. Note: survey data is taken from the UK OFCOM Communications Market Report published in August 2011 and is reproduced courtesy of OFCOM.
  • Investments in mobile and wireless technologies are addressing these problems:Wireless networking technologies are advancing rapidly. The 802.11 family of wireless technologies is providing the highest economies of scale and the most common connection method for new devices. By 2014, 802.11ac-based systems will double the capacity of 802.11n, the current state-of-the-art in Wi-Fi. And it will double again by 2016 with the arrival of 802.11ad. The all-wireless enterprise will become a reality. In the cellular network, 4G technologies, especially LTE, are rapidly rolling out, and as Software Defined Radio matures the ability to move between generations of cellular technologies will accelerate. European organizations should embrace WiFi on the campus, with multi-radio devices and/or personal hotspots as a way to manage the disparity in publiceWiFi availability. Demand for mobile applications delivered on new devices such as tablets has exploded, raising the profile of multiplatform mobile device management, rather than restricting support to a single platform. More platforms means more complexity, and more variability in the management capabilities of the platforms. Add to this a highly splintered marketplace among rising operating systems such as Android, and the result is a new set of Mobile Device Management technologies. Multiplatform mobile app dev, including HTML5 code generation, is now becoming important to many enterprises (mobile enterprise application platforms, mobile consumer application platforms, and mobile enterprise applications via SaaS). 
  • By year end 2012, respondents to surveys at our CIO Forums expected to support an average of 3.7 smartphone or tablet platforms (where a "platform" is defined as an OS such as Symbian, iOS or Android).They also expected that, on average, over 20% of mobile devices used for business purposes would be owned by employees — with a much higher than average 38% rate in the U.S.More than two-thirds of the respondents were planning to move to thinner client architectures to make it easier to support a wider range of endpoint devices.Respondents were asked whether they believed that their current smartphone and tablet security strategies would satisfy an auditor. Only 27% said it would, just over 40% said it wouldn't and the remainder were unsure.See "CIO Attitudes Toward Consumerization of Mobile Devices and Applications, Gartner, May 2011" (G00212597)..
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    • 1. September 28, 2012 BYOD & MDM BYOD & MDM How Mobile Device Management solution enable ‘Bring Your Own Device’ Strategy for your business20 Enterprise, 4th Floor, Aliso Viejo, CA 92656
    • 2. BYOD & MDM Tipping Points Passed for Critical Technologies 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 More mobile ½ of endpoints 20% of endpoints Mobile OS devices are mobile are BYO than PCs ½ of server ½ of server Virtualization deployments workloads are virtual are virtual Video ½ of users use video in work Software-based VC Business passes hardware video traffic surpasses Voice ½ of business voice is mobile voice More connected Traffic from things is Things things than people ½ traffic from people Information supplied courtesy of Gartner2 Confidential & Proprietary
    • 3. BYOD & MDM Smartphones Change Indian Business & Consumer Strategies Blurring roles, changing expectations Consumers Employees Using a paper map Reading books Activities done less since having a Watching TV smartphone Using a computer Taking photos on a camera Playing games on a PC / console 0% 10% 20% 30% 40%Information supplied courtesy of OFCOM, OFCOM copyright, Communications Market Report: UK, 2011 Confidential & Proprietary
    • 4. BYOD & MDM Key Mobile & Wireless Technologies Mobile Consumer 4G Standard Investment Application Platforms Wi-Fi Mobile Enterprise Application Platforms MDM 6LoWPAN Location-Aware Applications Mobile Apps Context Delivery Machine-to-Machine Communication Services Location-Aware Mobile Technology Architecture Mobile Device Management Security Software-Defined Radio 802.11ac Hosted Virtual Mobile Enterprise Applications via SaaS Desktops 802.11ad 802.11n Network Access Control As of August 2011 Peak of Inflated Trough of Plateau of Slope of Enlightenment Technology Trigger Disillusionment Productivity Expectations time Years to mainstream adoption: obsolete less than 2 years 2 to 5 years 5 to 10 years more than 10 years before plateauInformation supplied courtesy of Gartner Confidential & Proprietary
    • 5. BYOD & MDM Chaos and Opportunity From Mobile Devices and Consumerization CIOs WorldwideSay: • They will support more than 3 smartphone or tablet platforms by 2013. • About a quarter of mobile devices used for business purposes will be owned by employees. And Yet… • Less than 30% believe that current smartphone and tablet strategies will satisfy an auditor.From "CIO Attitudes Toward Consumerization of Mobile Devices and Applications"May 2011 Confidential & Proprietary
    • 6. BYOD & MDM Features & BenefitsAdvanced Management Mobile Activity IntelligenceMulti-OS Mobile Operations Under Cut wireless bills using real - time activity Control monitoring Multi-OS management  Visibility and reporting Enterprise Data boundary  Real-time Roaming Control Application management  Exception and Abuse Control Access Control My Phone @ Work Advanced security Self-governance and end -user productivity Remote control  Usage visibility Lost phone recovery  App discovery Enterprise services integration  Self service6 Confidential & Proprietary
    • 7. BYOD & MDMReference ArchitectureConfidential & Proprietary
    • 8. BYOD & MDMGartner Magic Quadrant on MDMConfidential & Proprietary
    • 9. BYOD & MDM BYOD – Case Study For India based oil and gas exploration and production company Business Issues Our Solution  Ensure safe usage of IPAD’s  UST Global helped our client with the in-house  Need a secure solution to ensure employees deployment of MDM (Mobile Device Management) privacy they need while maintaining the required solution through the McAfee EMM platform level of corporate protection  UST Global team also helped our client to define the  Define a BYOD Strategy for the enablement of security policies to monitor compliance for secure accessClient Profile: BYOD mobile devices within their enterprise and to to corporate network with those mobile devices. Our client, a Nifty 50 provision mobile devices  UST Global team executed a proof of concept to evaluate company, is one of  Enable highly secure corporate network access of EMM software and to assess the IT change process to the biggest private  Manage the devices remotely once connected to be in place for Server/Network setup sector exploration and corporate network.  UST installed McAfee Enterprise Mobility Management production companies EMM MDM infrastructure in their DMZ to enable iPAD’s in India to connect securely to client’s corporate applications Client Benefits from Internet and wireless. We have done iPADHighlights: provisioning through the EMM platform, but the solution  Improved Efficiency and productivity scales to accommodate other mobile OSs Company IT realized • Improved the overall productivity and  The BYOD Strategy for the client included the following that allowing people collaboration within the organization. components: to bring and manage their own • Secure Access to Corporate Network to • BYOD Deployment Options devices would access the latest corporate information • MDM Provider significantly form anywhere, enabling senior executives to make smarter decisions that positively • Plan management improve impacts client’s business • Reimbursement Strategy productivity and at the same time bring  Scalable mobile security architecture  UST Global have done iPAD provisioning through the considerable savings  Improved TCO McAfee’s EMM platform, the solution also scales to not having to accommodate other mobile OSs. manage the devices for their employees9 Confidential & Proprietary
    • 10. Thank YouCopyright © 2012 UST Global Inc. All Rights Reserved