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66 e Right Track to Wi-Fi Enterprise Mobility Management Enterprise mobility management is a general term that refers to everything involved in managing mobile devices and related components (such as wireless networks). EMM is much broader than just information security; it includes mobile application management, inventory management and cost management. ink of all the ways in which a mobile device can be managed; security is just one dimension of that, although a very important one. ere are two basic approaches to enterprise mobility management. One involves using mobile infrastructure services provided by the mobile device vendor (generally for smartphones and tablets only). A classic example of this is Research In Motion and its BlackBerry devices, which are complemented by RIM's BlackBerry Enterprise Server. BlackBerry Enterprise Server is a middleware application that interacts with associated BlackBerry devices to control their OS and security configuration settings. Such middleware applications allow an organization's security (and other) policies to be enforced on its smartphone and tablet client devices. e key idea here is the organization's devices --- not BYOD devices. ese middleware applications are great solutions for organization-issued devices, but they generally don't permit personally owned devices to be integrated into the solution. ese middleware applications completely control the devices, so a user would have to turn over all control of their device to a BYOD program in order to use it with a middleware application. is is likely unacceptable for users and is not in keeping with the spirit of most BYOD programs. Another problem with these middleware applications is that they generally don't support notebooks. An organization would have to manage notebooks and other mobile devices through completely separate mechanisms. e second approach to enterprise mobility management is the use of add-on management tools, such as enterprise MDM software. is software, which is described in more detail in the next section, enables enterprise management of mobile devices, both organization-issued and BYOD. We can help get your staff mobile fast. Because CDW•G maintains partnerships with leading wireless vendors, including network providers and device manufacturers, we offer a one-stop shop of integrated mobility solutions consisting of software (security and management), hardware devices (smartphones, tablets and notebooks) and cellular wireless activation services. Regardless of the mobile platform you choose, CDW• G can step in to help with activation and configuration services. What's more, we can ensure that the apps you want running on workers' wireless devices are installed and configured correctly before they turn them on the first time. Working with your CIO, management team or IT department, we can design, plan, implement and support comprehensive mobile solutions built around you and your organization's needs. Contact your CDW•G account manager or mobile solutions architect to discuss your organization's mobile security strategy.
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