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Cut BYOD Costs Using Virtual Mobile Infrastructure - VMI

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Virtual Mobile Infrastructure can save upto 75% in BYOD budgets compared to VDI, MDM and other complicated last generation solution. Avoid expensive Microsoft RDSH CAL and Server Licenses by migrating to VMI. Achieve Enterprise Mobility and Mobile Security with a hosted Remote Mobile App. With support for HTML5, iOS, Blackberry and Android cover all your user needs easily.

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Cut BYOD Costs Using Virtual Mobile Infrastructure - VMI

  1. 1. Most Secure and Cost effective Way to Protect Mobile Data Cut BYOD Costs with Virtual Mobile Infrastructure (VMI)
  2. 2. BYOD Access Is a Reality 95% of organizations allow employee-owned devices “in some way shape or form”1 44% of job seekers prefer employers that support BYOD policies2 $950 - $3,150 per U.S. employee per year can be saved by implementing a BYOD program through increased productivity3 1 Cisco IBSG Horizons Study 2 http://www.informationweek.com/mobile/6-risks-your-byod-policy-must-address/d/d-id/1107451?page_number=1 3 Dell Global BYOD Survey 2013 4 Ovum Multi-Market BYOD Survey 2013
  3. 3. Mobile Devices Introduce Risk Insider Abuse Accidental Data Exposure Cyber Attack Physical Theft
  4. 4. VDI Isn’t the Solution for BYOD Expensive VDI Shortcomings PC apps not suited for touch input or mobile screen sizes VDI = $700/user/year Citrix + MS CAL Not designed for cellular edge, 3G networks 1 Microsoft Desktop OS $187 per user, Citrix $100 per user Requires High Bandwidth Designed for Windows
  5. 5. A VDI deployment will need 4 different Licenses. Microsoft OS License $10,000 Per/server SQL Server, Windows 2012 Server Citrix/VMWare VDI License fees $300+/user Multiple Annual fees Microsoft RDP/RDSH License $170/user $100/VDA Expensive storage, Hardware and IT budgets
  6. 6. VDI was never designed for Mobile Average cost of VDI is above $1000/user Depends on MDM, Anti- virus for Security. Wastes bandwidth. VDI was for LAN, not for 2G/3G/4G
  7. 7. Cut BYOD budget by 90% with VMI RDSH VDI Server Hardware $100K $175K Microsoft OS $50K $100K Microsoft CAL $171K $100K VDI (Citrix/VMWare) $300K $300K Storage/Network /IT etc $250K $300K Per-User $870 $1000 Typical 1000 user deployment. • Android has no per user license • Much lower hardware needs • Easy to deploy with minimal IT changes VMI Advantages
  8. 8. Virtual Mobile Infrastructure There is a solution…
  9. 9. Virtual Mobile Infrastructure (VMI) VMI is a service that hosts mobile apps or full operating systems on remote servers  VMI offers access to Android apps from any device or location
  10. 10. Streamline Development and Operations Provide remote access to:  Android, Apple iOS and Windows Phone with client apps  Any HTML 5-enabled device Centralize app management to:  Eliminate need to install and upgrade apps on every device  Avoid OS & app compatibility issues
  11. 11. SierraVMI Deployment SierraVMI hosting Android applications Authentication Server Laptop Tablet Phone
  12. 12. Sierra VMI: Mobile App Virtualization Android VM Kernel Multi-User Android Runtime VMI Security Gateway App nApp 1 App 2 Clients Authentication Server Benefits  Very high density  Apps can share resources like CPU  Easy to manage  No need for expensive storage Considerations  Cannot define hardware resources per session Firefall containerFirefall containerFirefall container
  13. 13. Feature Comparison VMI VDI MDM Suitability for Mobile Apps Designed for mobile Windows apps designed for PCs Designed for mobile Security Auth, policies, end point security, user auditing Auth, policies Secure as long as users don’t jailbreak Scalability and Multi-tenancy Scalable, high density, secure containers Requires separate VMs and many servers Scalable User Experience Transparent to users Transparent to users “Big Brother,” intrusive Cost No monthly or annual fees. 4 levels of licenses, expensive High licensing, app integration costs
  14. 14. The End www.sierraware.com

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