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Futura Mobility, MobileIron Team Up on BYOD and Mobile Security, Management

August 22, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: Idevnews.com

Futura Mobility, an enterprise provider of end-to-end mobile technology solutions, is teaming up with MobileIron, a provider of security and management for mobile apps, content, and devices, to expand BYOD and other enterprise mobility strategies that require ease of management and rich security services.

The combined solution aims to allow enterprises to manage, secure, support and scale all popular mobile devices from Android, Apple, BlackBerry, Symbian, and Windows devices in a single console.

“With the rapid adoption of mobile and the increasing popularity of bring your own device policies in the healthcare and enterprise marketplace, we felt it was critical to offer our customers the ability to manage these platforms in an effective and secure way,” said David Gulian, CEO of Futura Mobility, in a statement.

Guliam said Futura Mobility will offer MobileIron’s management tools to its more than 2,500 healthcare and enterprise customers. That means Futura customers will use MobileIron’s centralized management platform to connect corporate and personal Smartphones to the company’s network, including Wi-Fi, without putting corporate data or personal privacy at risk, officials said.

Futura Mobility already provides a range of mobile design, development, deployment and management services to some 2,500 enterprise customers, including many Fortune 100 firms and one-in-three U.S.-based hospitals, according to Gulian.

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