Presentation on theme: "Mobile Data Management (MDM) July 24, 2013 Lance M. Calisch."— Presentation transcript:
Mobile Data Management (MDM) July 24, 2013 Lance M. Calisch
Agenda Introduction Overview Status Next Steps Questions
Introduction Today, Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) extends your Outlook client to mobile phones and tablets EAS provides access to Email, Calendaring, and Contacts
Introduction Smartphones and tablets have become the tools of choice for today's workers. What will tomorrow bring? Google glasses? iWatch? How do we provide and protect corporate data in a mobile world?
Overview Mobile Data/Device Management (MDM) is a policy based software toolset that enables management of multiple mobile devices from a central location.
Overview Policy based – a rule set that manages devices/data Policies are pushed to the device from a central administrative server Data/Device Policies
Data Policy Examples Encrypt data Separately manage personal/corporate data Allow/disallow surfing the WEB Allow/disallow Facebook, Twitter, etc. Allow/disallow downloading apps
Device Policy Examples Require strong password Require password reset Allow/disallow camera Allow/disallow setting changes Allow/disallow based on location (geo fencing)
Doesn’t ActiveSync Provide That? Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) does meet the OCIO Security Standard EAS provides a limited set of policies for protecting access to data and devices. Customers require more
Status The selected MDM is AirWatch AirWatch is a robust enterprise class MDM Airwatch is in the Gartner magic quadrant
Key Benefits Cloud based Multi-tenant Integrated with Active Directory Central State App Store Agency App Store iOS, Android, and Windows 8
What’s Next? Contract negotiation under way Installation and Configuration Pilot/Test group Training for CTS and Customers