Enterprise Mobility

Enterprise Mobility

Mobility has been accepted as the most disruptive technology innovation faced by enterprises today. In the past few years, mobile devices have evolved from just providing enterprise email and data on the move, to introducing applications and services that have the potential to change the way companies do business. Mobility has nearly limitless potential to transform business, deliver faster response time, better customer service, improved productivity and increased sales. However, supporting, managing and securing your mobile deployment presents numerous challenges. Byte Technologies Mobile Management platform provides both Mobile Service Management and Mobile Device Management in one solution.

  • - Byte Technologies, comprehensive offering for enterprise mobility will help enterprises meet the challenges of the new mobile era to increase productivity and enhance employee satisfaction in the business environment.
  • - It can give you a powerful and flexible end-to-end enterprise-grade mobility solution that lets IT deliver mobile application projects quickly, securely and cost effectively.

Enterprise mobility management (EMM) is the set of people, processes and technology focused on managing mobile devices, wireless networks, and other mobile computing services in a business context. As more workers have bought smartphone and tablet computing devices and have sought support for using these devices in the workplace, EMM has become increasingly significant.

Mobile devices in companies with "bring your own device" (BYOD) policies are often used both personally and professionally. In these cases, corporate IT has less control over whether malware is on the device and what damage may be caused to corporate data. Apart from careful user behavior - data storage on the mobile device should be limited and centrally organized.

Enterprise mobility management is a set of systems intended to prevent unauthorized access to enterprise applications and/or corporate data on mobile devices. These can include password protection, encryption and/or remote wipe technology, which allows an administrator to delete all data from a misplaced device. With many systems, security policies can be centrally managed and enforced. Such device management systems are programmed to support and cooperate with the application programming interfaces (APIs) from various device makers to increase security compliance.

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