3. Mobile Device Management (MDM)
Mobile Device Management (MDM) is a security application used by an IT department to monitor,
manage and secure employee's mobile devices being used in the organization.
The mobile device management tool:
Is compatible with common handheld device operating platforms and applications.
Can function through multiple service providers.
Can be implemented over the air, targeting specific devices as necessary.
Can be deploy in next-generation hardware, operating platforms and applications quickly.
4. Why do we need MDM?
Secure, monitor, manage mobile devices
Remote distribution of applications, data and configuration settings for all mobile devices in a
network, support costs and business security risks are lowered
Deploy, manage, block or remove rogue apps on individual or groups of devices
Reducing the risk of dangerous mobile malware
Maintaining data plan and call budgets
Locate and track connected devices in real time via Google Maps
Configuration and management for backup process of all mobile devices
User audit such as call logs, call costs, messages sent and received as well as the apps that have
been installed or removed
5. Market Need for MDM
International Data Corporation (IDC) estimates 450 million smart phones manufactured in 2011 and
expected to double by 2013
6. Market Need for MDM
28% of employees in the US in 2011 use company mobile devices which is expected to rise up to 33% in
Forrester reports 49% of small business owners use Smartphone's
Proportion of North American Employees Using Company Supplied / Funded Smartphone's
2010 2011 2012
7. The Cost
Gartner reports companies spend $2,500 a year per device
Timico says 42.5% of companies spend time daily managing devices
14% spend one day per week managing devices
Exponential MDM Market Size