Mdm solutions comparison

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Mdm solutions comparison

  1. 1. Jonathan RaspaudMobility Practice Lead469-222-6377jraspaud@akili.com Mobile Device Management Solution Comparison
  2. 2. Agenda Slide Section 3 Why you need a MDM solution? 5 Gartner Magic Quadrant 7 Solution Strengths and Cautions 15 Solution Features Detailed Comparison 34 Akili’s MDM evaluation, step by step approach 35 Why Afaria is THE solution for SAP Customer? 36 Disclaimer
  3. 3. Why you need a MDM Solution: • Newer mobile computing models are pushing the boundaries of security. • The unprecedented growth in smartphones and tablets in the enterprise, a strong trend toward the consumerization of IT and the revelation that web 2.0 technologies are here to stay in the workplace, is putting enterprise information technology under intense pressure. • And even more pressure comes as IT organizations are expected to manage and secure mobile devices faster than ever before while becoming and staying compliant. 3
  4. 4. You need to secure your mobile devices now: • What happen when the mobile device is lost/stolen? • When an employee leave the company? 4
  5. 5. Advanced Device Management Functionalities: • A defense contractor leverages MDM to disable certain functions of the mobile phone: When entering the building the Camera function is deactivated and the Camera icon disappears from the Phone’s menu. It reappears when leaving the premises. • A delivery company, for safety reasons, disables the texting functionality on the mobile devices of their truck drivers when the phone is moving at a speed greater than 10 mph. 5
  6. 6. Gartner Magic Quadrant: 6
  7. 7. Focus of this MDM solution comparison: • This comparison document focus on the Leaders and Visionaries of the MDM market as defined by Gartner. • For other vendors please see Gartner for a full review. 7
  8. 8. Solution Strengths and Cautions:Solution Strengths Cautions • Options for insourcing and outsourcing of products • Gartner has received feedback from user and services accommodate a wide range of needs, references regarding poor post sales support. including purchased/insourced systems, SaaS • The company needs to increase management hosted on the user site and SaaS hosted as a cloud experience, and is pursuing a plan to hire service. high-profile managers. • The management console features a strong • AirWatch has an international presence, but it dashboard and detailed reporting capabilities. still relies on North America for more than • Multitenant support is designed in for improved 80% of its revenue. scaling, with selective isolation for large installations. • AirWatch promotes rich policy management in non-Microsoft e-mail server environments, such as any Post Office Protocol (POP)/Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP)/SMTP mail server, as well as Lotus Domino, Novell GroupWise and Gmail. • Revenue, while coming from the low end, has been ramping up quickly during the past two years. 8
  9. 9. Solution Strengths and Cautions (2): Solution Strengths Cautions • Has the best name recognition in MDM and • Users must deploy Good for Enterprise Server appears frequently on shortlists, although the and transmit end-to-end encrypted data companys primary product is secure e-mail. through Goods NOC. • Goods mobile security features, particularly • Strongest security for messaging and Intranet platform-independent FIPS 140-2 encryption in the access through the Good client and its FIPS e-mail system, have helped to catalyze entry for 140-2 certified encryption; otherwise, it uses Apple devices into organizations bound to native encryption or must use third-party stringent data protection requirements. applications for non-Good applications. • Good can validate and authorize specific • Good provides its own UI for corporate e-mail applications before allowing them to connect to a and personal information manager access. In corporate network. This feature is available even many cases, this causes complaints from on platforms that do not support blacklisting and users, who must be convinced of the benefits whitelisting, such as iPhone and iPad. of the added security in exchange for the UI • Good has a track record for supporting and replacement. managing both corporate and personal data and • The cost of the Good solution can be applications and is compatible with both Microsoft relatively high per user seat, compared with Exchange and Lotus Notes other vendors. Furthermore, the installation • Extensive help desk features are included, as well and configuration of advanced security as a user self-service portal. features are complex and require a learning curve. • Good does not offer management or integration for BlackBerry. 9
  10. 10. Solution Strengths and Cautions (3): Solution Strengths Cautions • McAfee EMM offers MDM managed through • In the year since the Trust Digital acquisition, its broader ePolicy security suite and is integration of EMM into the McAfee extending interoperability out to their larger framework has been slower than expected, product portfolio. even if allowances are made for • EMM has a strong dashboard and reporting itsunexpected acquisition by Intel. tools. • The UI isnt as sleek as some other • Management is compatible with Exchange, competitors, and is less easy to use and Lotus Notes, Groupwise and Gmail navigate. • McAfee has a track record of selling new • EMM is not able to automatically incremental management products and whitelist/blacklist and protect the device if it features into its large, global ePolicy falls out of compliance, although it can be Orchestrator (EPO) installed base. Success blocked from further contact using McAfees in the adjacent mobile data protection Network Access Control (NAC) policies. market is a noteworthy case in point. • External media encryption is offered for • Revenue and competitive presence for iPad, but not for other at-risk platforms, MDM are 60% in North America, with the such as Symbian and Android. balance divided mostly between Europe • Pricing per seat is comparatively high, and the APAC region. sometimes twice that of its competitors, which reflects a PC valuation mind-set. 10
  11. 11. Solution Strengths and Cautions (4): Solution Strengths Cautions • MobileIron has rapidly earned high • Being a small startup company, MobileIron levels of mind share in the MDM could struggle with scaling, especially market, and appears frequently on globally, as a result of early successful shortlists. With strong marketing growth. It is a good potential acquisition capabilities, the company has the target for a larger vendor that wants to ability to convey the business value acquire a superior management interface. of MDM. • It does not have its own encryption • Strong presales and post sales capabilities, must work with whats on- support and programs are device or through partners, which could particularly effective at building cause higher costs. Buyers need to client relationships and reinforcing understand the limits of embedded credibility. protections on each platform, because these • The company emphasizes will be the limits to what MobileIron can comprehensive life cycle manage. management, including usage • MobileIron offers a physical or virtual monitoring, cost control, and appliance, but is not releasing a SaaS application deployment and version offering until 2Q11. control. It offers strong support for corporate and personal devices. • MobileIron has a sleek UI and a full- featured tool. • The product has great reporting and dashboard capabilities. 11
  12. 12. Solution Strengths and Cautions (5): Solution Strengths Cautions • Afaria offers broad life cycle management • Afaria can be relatively expensive per user seat benefits and, when combined with Mobile (twice that of competitors); but this is also true Office, constitutes a comprehensive wireless e- of other vendors with broad functional mail and mobile application integration platforms. To use features such as e-mail framework. It constitutes the most mature encryption, buyers may need to invest in platform among MDM vendors for managed Mobile Office, in addition to Afaria. software distribution. • Feedback to Gartner indicates that buyers find • Feature sets for help desk support, application the installation of Afaria to be complex. and service management, including expense Companies planning a new/first purchase must management, are well-represented across the plan for a learning curve. most popular smartphone platforms. • The Afaria UI has been on the market for some Noncompliant devices can be quarantined. time and needs an update. • Sybase is one of a few MDM vendors that offers an embedded VPN in its e-mail client, plus a sandbox facility to isolate and control application access to business data and VPN connections. • Afaria offers support for an Android application portal for enterprise application management. Afaria Advanced Enterprise Security (AES) for Android, adds more than 80 device management features on Samsung Android devices. 12
  13. 13. Solution Strengths and Cautions (6): Solution Strengths Cautions • Symantec SMM provides strong security • The MDM console isnt as attractive or capability with lightweight client options. user-friendly as competitors and could Integration with other Symantec product use updating. Although it provides life frameworks is a strategic advantage for cycle management, the console long-term Symantec customers. emphasizes a focus on security. • Symantec is emphasizing advanced iOS and • Buyers who want to build a complete Android features, such as elective e-mail MDM solution may require additional data wipes, full e-mail access control, Symantec product lines, especially to selective wipe on application data, complete the security functions. hardware asset tracking, selective whitelist/blacklist and application management, as well as data-roaming policies. • Symantec has an outstanding track record for overall viability and for competitive sales and support of a wide range of security services. Their global reseller network is strong and well-trained. • Symantec offers an industry-leading central policy management system for endpoint devices. 13
  14. 14. Solution Strengths and Cautions (7):Solution Strengths Cautions • Zenprise has a strong tool UI and • Fair execution and post sales support functionality. were reported in our survey; however, • It provides end-to-end security via an marketing is weak, and competitive embedded VPN and sandbox that can visibility reported by Gartner clients is control and encrypt application traffic. low. • It enables Web content filtering and URL • The tool offers weak dashboard and filtering on mobile devices, which reporting capabilities for supported differentiates Zenprise from its competitors. devices. • The product can quarantine noncompliant devices based on policies, devices, operating-system versions, and compliance violations (e.g., user installed blacklisted applications, user "jail broke" the phone, user hasnt upgraded the operating system that addresses security vulnerability). • Zenprise has a large, installed MDM customer base. 14
  15. 15. Solution Features Detailed Comparison: Windows Mac Unix Virtual ResellerPackaging: SAAS Appliance Software Software Software Machine Theming a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a 15
  16. 16. Solution Features Detailed Comparison (2): Perpetual RecurringLicensing: License License a a a a a ? a a a a 16
  17. 17. Solution Features Detailed Comparison (3): Includes DOT Includes Major IncludesMaintenance: Purchase Releases Releases Support Mandatory a a a ? a a a Mandatory a a a Mandatory a a a Optional a a Mandatory a a a 17
  18. 18. Solution Features Detailed Comparison (4):Support: 12 x 5 12 x 7 24 x 7 a a a ? a a a a a a a a a a a a 18
  19. 19. Solution Features Detailed Comparison (5): Locations Location-Specific Role-BasedScalability: Admins Admins a a a ? a a a a a a a a a a a a 19
  20. 20. Solution Features Detailed Comparison (6):Fault Standalone Fail-Over LoadTolerance: Server Capability Balancing a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a 20
  21. 21. Solution Features Detailed Comparison (7): Web iOS API BulkEnrollment: Portal App Upload a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a 21
  22. 22. Solution Features Detailed Comparison (8):Enrollment Active Open Other UserAuthentication: Directory Directory LDAP Upload a a a a ? ? a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a 22
  23. 23. Solution Features Detailed Comparison (9):Mobileconfig Require Device Exchange WIFI VPN VPN VPN VPN Passcode Restrictions Account Configuration L2TP CISCO Juniper F5Features: Seeding a a a a a a aa a a a a a aa a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a aa a a a a a a aa 23
  24. 24. Solution Features Detailed Comparison (10):iOS 5 PUSH Encrypted Sandbox Prevent WIFI Retail Mail Mail iCloud Auto-JoinFeatures: Apps a a a a a a a a ? ? ? ? ? a a a a a ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 24
  25. 25. Solution Features Detailed Comparison (11):On-Demand Remove Remote Remote Push Passcode Lock Wipe TextFeatures: Message a a a a a a a ? a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a 25
  26. 26. Solution Features Detailed Comparison (12):Profile Start End Versioning Rollback Triggered On Date On Date By InventoryFeatures: a a a a a ? ? a ? ? a a a a a a a a a a a 26
  27. 27. Solution Features Detailed Comparison:App Push Catalog of Recommended VPP Web In-House Retail Apps IntegrationManagement: Apps Apps a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a 27
  28. 28. Solution Features Detailed Comparison:Administration Web API or Desktop Alert Alert Alert On SDK App When No When ForbiddenConsole: Response Roaming App a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a 28
  29. 29. Solution Features Detailed Comparison (13): Data App Device Device Inventory History StatusExport: a a a a a a a a a a a a a 29
  30. 30. Solution Features Detailed Comparison (14): Apple Microsoft GOODIntegration: GSX BPOS a a a 30
  31. 31. Solution Features Detailed Comparison (15):Certificate Enterprise Local CA Apply CERTS Apply CERTS Apply CERTS SCEP with SCEP to Exchange to VPN to WIFIFeatures: Integration a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a 31
  32. 32. Solution Features Detailed Comparison (16):LDAP Dynamic Dynamic Dynamic Custom Policies by Policies by Policies by Message byFeatures: LDAP Group LDAP OU LDAP Attribute LDAP Attribute a a a a ? ? ? ? a a a a a a a a a a a a a a 32
  33. 33. Solution Features Detailed Comparison (17): Windows Windows Windows Mac LinuxDevices: iOS Android Blackberry Symbian Mobile Phone 7 Desktops Desktops Desktops a a a a a a a a a ? a a a ? ? a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a 33
  34. 34. Akili’s MDM evaluation, step by step approach: 1. Submit internally a quick mobile survey to have an overview of your mobile landscape (with the type of device and OS). You will be surprise by what you learn and you will know what OS and devices you need to support today. 2. Review your actual set of Security Policies. (it may need to be updated if it does not take into account the new capabilities of new mobile devices: mobile apps, camera, GPS…). 3. Request the MDM solution Roadmap from the vendors and see how it aligned with your IT Roadmap. 4. Make sure you understand how the MDM solution fit in your Enterprise System Landscape. Create a one slide High Level Architecture. 5. Define the Skills/Training needed to deploy and support the MDM solution. 34
  35. 35. Why Afaria is the best solution for SAP Customer: 1. Proven Worldwide MDM Leader, 2. Track record of supporting all OS and devices as well as quickly integrating new API, 3. Manages and Secures Windows Laptop, 4. Integration with Sybase Unwired Platform, 5. Leverage SAP Ecosystem and SAP Mobile App Store, 6. Future integration with BI 4 (H1 2012). 35
  36. 36. Disclaimer: • This presentation is based on the author experience gathered thru its clients work, an internal deployment of Sybase Afaria and the Gartner report on MDM solutions (April 2011). • The views express in this document only reflect the author’s point of view and not the ones from Akili, SAP or Gartner. • Akili’s is a SAP and Sybase partner. 36
  37. 37. Contact Information: Shiek Shah Jonathan Raspaud CEO Mobility Practice Lead kshah@akili.comjraspaud@akili.com Direct: 214.978.3210 Direct: 214.979.3248 Cell: 214.228.1634 Cell: 469-222-6377 Akili 2201 West Royal Lane, Suite 150 Irving, TX 75063 214.978.3232 www.akili.com 37

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