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Mobile device management and byod – major players

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Mobile device management and byod – major players

  1. 1. @Waterstonsltd www.waterstons.com Mobile Device Management and BYOD – The Major Players Charlie Hales and Ian Craggs 23rd May 2014
  2. 2. Agenda @ Overview from previous seminars @ Who are the Major Players? @ Cisco Meraki @ AirWatch Demo
  3. 3. Overview from Seminar 1 @ What is Mobile Device Management @ Strategy @ What is a Mobile Device? @ Mobile Device Management vs Mobile Application Management @ What is BYOD @ What can MDM/BYOD do for business? @ Where is your Data? @ Acceptable usage policy @ Defining the right solution from your requirements
  4. 4. Defining the right solution @ What do you want to manage on the device? @ Types of devices @ PIN @ Remote Wipe/Selective Wipe @ Data @ Apps @ Device/App Encryption
  5. 5. Defining the right solution @ What do you want to manage on the device? @ Integration with enterprise applications @ Multi user profiles @ Separation of personal and work data @ Internet access @ Advanced features @ Data usage @ GPS tracking
  6. 6. Overview from Seminar 2 @ Use what you already have @ Windows device possibilities @ Exchange @ SCCM overview @ Intune
  7. 7. The Major Players
  8. 8. AirWatch @ Recently purchased by VMWare @ Market Leader @ SaaS or on premise @ Strengths @ Enterprise integration @ Secure Content Locker @ Flexible pricing @ Weaknesses @ Direct implementation and post technical support @ Some fragmentation across device types
  9. 9. MobileIron @ One of the Market Leaders @ Strengths @ Good product development, launces and support @ Usually first to market with integrated solutions @ Proven vision and track record @ Weaknesses @ Mainly an on premise solution although a SaaS solution has been released recently @ Level 1 support direct with MobileIron
  10. 10. Citrix @ If you already have an investment in Citrix this may be for you @ One of the market leaders @ Strengths @ Strong, broad enterprise offering @ Deep understanding of application and mobility needs across smartphones, tablets, Macs and PC’s @ Weaknesses @ Pushing cloud a bit too much although also offers on premise @ XenMobile only available through two licence options @ Limited small/midsize business offering
  11. 11. Good Technology @ In the leaders quadrant @ Strengths @ Security @ Large Market share in Financial sectors, defence, public sector @ Broad spectrum of management capabilities @ Weaknesses @ Sometimes negative user experience due to restrictions @ Can be expensive compared to others @ Mainly on premise solution (SaaS is available but very limited) @ No integration with Blackberry unless purchased with BoxTone offering
  12. 12. Cisco Meraki @ Started in 2006 @ Purchased by Cisco in 2012 for a small $1.6 billion @ Cloud managed networking Access Points Switches Firewalls
  13. 13. Cisco Meraki @ Mobile Device Management @ Strengths @ Free to use! @ No licence restriction, deploy to as many as you like! @ Support Windows, iOS, Android, OS X, Chrome @ Weaknesses @ Limited features compared to other MDM vendors @ IT resourceful when rolling out to a large number of mobile devices
  14. 14. Cisco Meraki @ Deployment @ IOS & Android Devices @ Go to m.meraki.com and enter your unique enrolment number @ Download the Meraki SM app @ Using the Apple Configurator (iOS only) @ Email/SMS the registration URL and enrolment number @ Windows Devices @ Download and install Windows installer (MSI) @ OS X @ Download PKG package and install @ Go to m.meraki.com and enter your unique enrolment number @ Chrome @ Enable API on the Chrome OS device @ Link with your Google account
  15. 15. Cisco Meraki @ Windows Management
  16. 16. Cisco Meraki @ Windows Management @ Process list – Kill a process @ Remote command line utility @ Screenshot an end users screen @ Remote Desktop @ Power control – Reboot/Shutdown @ Send notification @ Software inventory and remote uninstall of an application
  17. 17. Cisco Meraki @ IOS/Android Management
  18. 18. Cisco Meraki @ Out of the box, device management
  19. 19. Cisco Meraki @ Any other features? Yes! @ Create policies for; @ Application management @ Enable a passcode @ Disable webcam @ Disable Siri, FaceTime, iMessage (iOS only) @ Deploy WIFI and/or VPN settings @ Geofencing….! @ Alert if a device has gone beyond a specified boundary based upon its GPS location or AP authentication
  20. 20. Cisco Meraki @ In Summary @ No MDM deployed in your corporate network? Meraki MDM is better then nothing! Plus its free! And everyone loves free stuff @ When used with its cloud managed networking, MDM provides a greater level of visibility of your network @ Well developed product for IOS devices but limited for other devices @ Large IT overhead deploying MDM agent across a large number of devices?
  21. 21. @Waterstonsltd www.waterstons.com Airwatch Demo
  22. 22. Summary @ Define requirements first @ System fundamentals @ What devices will be used @ Use what you already have if possible? @ Who are the Major Players? @ Cisco Meraki @ AirWatch Demo
  23. 23. Upcoming Events…. @ Office 365 – Cloud or no, you should know how it will shape your organisations future. Friday 6th June 11.45am. @ Beyond Intelligence: The Business Insights Maturity Model. Friday 20th June, 11.45am. @ http://www.waterstons.com/Events/
  24. 24. @Waterstonsltd www.waterstons.com Questions?
  25. 25. Keep in Touch…. charlie.hales@waterstons.com Ian.craggs@waterstons.com http://www.waterstons.com @WaterstonsLtd

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