Device Management for the Mo

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Learn how to use your mobile devices to their full capabilities at “Device Management for the Mobile Workforce”. Smartphones, iPhones, iPads, e-readers, and tablets are quickly changing the way people want to work, communicate and access their data. Join us for this session and learn how you can manage these different devices, the benefits they can provide, and how to prevent their security vulnerabilities.

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Device Management for the Mo

  1. 1. iPad Management for the Mobile Workforce with Tim Weber, Scott Thibodeau, & Eric Monda ADNET Technologies, LLC
  2. 2. Agenda• Evolution of the iPad• The Good - what are the benefits?• The Bad/Ugly – what are the challenges?• What can we do to make it better?
  3. 3. iPad Background• First Launched – April 2010• Three million units sold in first 3 months• 2012 – projected $10 billion of iPad sales – Forrester Research
  4. 4. iPad Benefits• Portability• Connectivity• Powerful• Widely Adopted• Cloud Friendly
  5. 5. How do we use iPads?• Email• Remote Access – Internal systems/apps – Client systems for support & troubleshooting• Instant Messaging – Lync Client• Evernote
  6. 6. The Challenges• Security• Compliance• Mass Rollouts• BYOD Issues
  7. 7. Security Options• Microsoft Exchange Active Sync Policies• Apple Lion Server• Third Party Mobile Device Management
  8. 8. Exchange Active Sync• Password Requirements – Length – Complexity – Expiration• Inactivity timer• Remote Wipe• “Self Destruct”
  9. 9. Apple & 3rd Party MDM• Provisioning – Ability to push down standard image wirelessly – Includes all configurable settings such as: • Exchange • Wi-Fi • VPN Connectivity • Application Settings
  10. 10. Apple & 3rd Party MDM• Lock Down – Disable built in iPad options: • Camera • Safari • YouTube – Standardize apps – Prevent purchase of new apps
  11. 11. Apple & 3rd Party MDM• Reporting – Asset Lists with requisite info – See items based on compliance status • Can then force device into compliance by applying policy
  12. 12. iPAD MANAGEMENT DEMO
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