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1 Enable Bring Your Own Device with SCCM 2012 David Caddick Solutions Architect, Quest Software WCL315

2 Agenda

3 Gartner predicts that by 2015, mobile application development projects for smartphones and tablets will outnumber native PC projects by a ratio of 4:1 A report from JPMorgan shows that the iPad is *the* most disruptive technology to date. Why MDM is rapidly becoming a must have

4 One User = One Desktop In 2011 power users owned between 5 and 7 internet connected devices Source: IDC, Media Tablet Multi-Client Study, February Note: IDC only surveyed iPad owners for this study. 916M smart connected devices were shipped in 2011 This is forecasted to double to 1.84B in 2016 Source: IDC, "Nearly 1 Billion Smart Connected Devices Shipped in 2011 with Shipments Expected to Double by 2016, According to IDC," Doc #prUS , March 28, Organizations say 34% of their employees are accessing business apps on personal devices 69% of employees say they are accessing business apps on personal devices Source for both: IDC, 2011 Consumerization of IT Study : Closing the Consumerization Gap, July 2011

5 Simply extend SCCM to enable BYOD

6 QMX for SCCM 2012 Why it makes sense

7 QMX for SCCM 2012 Easy to use

8 SCCM & QMX – How it works

9 How SCCM and QMX works Groups Simple Enrolment Inventory Reporting Software Distribution iPhoneiPadAndroid Apply applications Apply policies Apply restrictions Provision Exchange Policy Provision Policies Provision Applications Secure Mail Gateway

10 QMX for SCCM 2012 Deploy Secure Settings

11 demo Live demo from Redmond QMX Server in Microsoft Labs

12 iOS Mobile Device Management: push profiles, applications, run hardware & software inventories; lock, wipe and manage your growing number of Apple iOS mobile devices System Center Integration Configuration Manager direct integration to standard collections, resource explorer and reporting Consistent QMX configuration tool UI for Global Infrastructure usability Menu driven Utility invocation Menu driven Security Control Profile Library container and Web service listing for self- service distribution Seamless integration with the Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager console QMX - Configuration Manager

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14 Network DirectoryFile/Print OS DatabaseApplicationWebStorage Cisco 3COM Juniper GroupWise Notes Exchange NDS NIS Active Directory Linux Unix Sharepoint Solaris Apple Windows Oracle DB2 SQL Server ERP Java.NET Apache Netscape IIS EMC NetApp McData System AdminNetwork Admin QMX for SCCM 2012 Very broad coverage

15 QMX Mac Edition

16 Seamless integration with the Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager console QMX – Configuration Manager Features: 120 cross-platforms System Discovery – Multiple auto-discovery methods Hardware Inventory – Displays system information in the Resource Explorer Software Inventory – Captures & Integrates Mac and other non-Windows systems Software Distribution – Remote software distribution keeps desktops up to date Reporting – Standard Configuration Manager reporting from the SCCM database Collections – Installed with Windows collections for heterogeneous management Mac OSX Management

17 QMX Mac Edition If not BYOC – add QAS? Tying Apple's Managed Client Solution to Active Directory Group Policy Authentication Services delivers Mac preferences and settings from Active Directory Group Policy directly to Apple Computers managed client solution. This native integration allows existing Apple applications, such as the System Profiler, to see and display preference settings from Active Directory Group Policy. Active Directory Settings Extended to the Mac Authentication Services also extends many powerful Windows identity and access management polices to the Mac environment for: Passwords Account lockout Kerberos User rights assignment Security options

18 SCCM & QMX – Mobile Enterprise

19 QMX Mobile Enterprise

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21 SCCM & QMX - Review

22 SCCM & QMX: Review

23 Next Steps:

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