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Presentation of Sebastian Kummer about Z-Push 2.0 at Zarafa SummerCamp 2011

Presentation of Sebastian Kummer about Z-Push 2.0 at Zarafa SummerCamp 2011

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    • Z-Push: features, security, management and how to benefit most of Z-Push Sebastian Kummer
    • Z-Push – an updateZ-Push 1.5.X packaged:• Available in RPM Fusion for Fedora and RedHat/CentOS• Available in debian as d-push2011: Z-Push 2 – in development cycle• Alpha 2 to be released• Final scheduled for Q4/2011 Increasing number of downloads 2011• Each final release has avg. of 2000 downloads• Over 50 % new downloads in one year • 25.000 since Summercamp 2010 • Over 80.000 downloads in total
    • What changed between 1.4 and 1.5Features• Conflict handling (mobile vs. server)• Full UTF-8 support (ZCP 7 support)• generic LDAP search backend for GAL searchImprovements• Android support (improving since Android 2.2)• Better support of alternative clients, like Moxier Mail & Roadsync• Meeting Request handling (incl. recurrencies)• Task synchronization• Logging with username• IMAP backend Tasks
    • Mobile Compatibility List• Monthly updated• Latest information about Z-Push • Supported devices • Known issues / device limitations • Version recommendations • External links with additional informations • Changelogs• Status on Blackberry Enterprise Server Available at http://z-push.sf.net/compatibility
    • Device overview GO for: Apple & Android Question: Nokia
    • Do you upgrade ?• Many servers still run old versions• Frequent updates: • around 1 release per month: check changelogs • 6 months of 2011: 14 releases (5 stable, 9 betas/RCs)• RCs are already tested • But we still need productive feedback (!)• Z-Push 2: lower impact on updates (no new profiles)
    • Z-Push 2 – some new features• Synchronization of public folders (some devices)• Access to shared folders• Full device resync from server• Improved Device Management• Policy management (e.g. password enforcment)• Set out-of-office messages from device• Support of “ghosted” fields• Search directly on the server
    • Z-Push 2 – below the surface• Improved behaviour in case of errors • Loop detection • More flexible MAPI accesses• Flexible state management • Managable even with 1000s of mobile• Better logging • 9 different loglevels • Possibility of creating separate log file per user
    • Public folder sync• Only available on mobiles which have „multiple folder sync“• Contacts, Calendars or E-Mails on mobile• Most interesting: Company contacts on mobile• Users need „Secretary rights“ • Full access (read, write & delete on all objects) • Z-Push checks these rights while synching
    • Policy Management in Enterprises• Secure access to sensitive data in levels 1. Remote wipe, passcodes, autolock, passcode history 2. Encrypt storage, disallow: camera, “consumer email”, WiFi, Bluetooth, list of (not) approved apps (WM)• Global Policies for all users• Exceptions for certain users• Disallow access to Z-Push
    • Downside: device dependency• Policy support depends on individual mobile• Basic policies (level 1) well supported• Advanced polices (level 2) • Two major groups • Windows Mobile 6.1 & 6.5 – full support • Others – support policy subset• Information security still depends on end user
    • Policy support – simplified overview Android AndroidPolicy WM iOS 2.2 2.3.3Remote wipePassword & LockscreenDisallow Camera &BrowserDisallow Wifi & consumerMailsEncrypt data storage * * iOS beginning with 3GS encrypts all data by default. Older devices are not allowed in this case. Detailed information will be available in the mobile compatibility list.
    • Other future features• Autodiscover• Device Management over WS • 2.0 : Command line tool • Admin interface • Policy deployment • Resyncs and remote wipe • User Interface via Webapp • Remote wipe • “Open shared folders on device“• Security auth log (block after too many failed logins)
    • Demo Public folders on mobile Provisioning Resync from server
    • Thank you for your attention!More information at: http://z-push.sf.net/forums http://z-push.sf.net/tracker http://z-push.sf.net/download http://z-push.sf.net/compatibilityContact: zpush@zarafa.com