InformationWeek Reports Releases Buyer's Guide for Nine Mobile Device Management Products
Absolute Software, AirWatch, Fiberlink Communications, JAMF Software, MobileIron, Odyssey Software, Symantec, Tangoe, Zenprise take part.
Oct 11, 2011
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 11, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- InformationWeek Reports, a service provider of peer-based IT research and analysis, announced the release of its latest Buyer's Guide report. InformationWeek's Mobile Device Management Buyer's Guide encompasses analysis of nine top MDM vendors and guides readers in making the right choice for their companies. For over seventeen years, the report author, Jim Rapoza, has been using, testing and writing about the newest technologies in software, enterprise hardware and the Internet. He served as the director of an award-winning technology testing lab based in Massachusetts and California.
The downloadable package contains the full MDM Buyer's Guide Report as well as three comprehensive features charts covering administration, security, and platform and reporting functionality. The package also includes complete vendor responses from Absolute Software, AirWatch, Fiberlink Communications, JAMF Software, MobileIron, Odyssey Software, Symantec, Tangoe and Zenprise, as well as the questionnaire, so readers can solicit information from their vendors of choice.
In the guide we:
- Discuss the similarities and differences among MDM products;
- Outline essential features, such as the ability to manage devices remotely, archive communications records, back up content, integrate with enterprise directories and perform geolocation tracking; and
- Provide guidance on choosing products that match a company's requirements, such as platforms and security levels to be supported
For full access to the Buyer's Guide (Zip file) download now at: http://informationweek.com/tech-center/mobile-security/download?id=189600001&cat=whitepaper
"IT teams are scrambling to keep up with the influx of mobile devices, of all types and platforms, both company and personally owned," says Lorna Garey, content director of InformationWeek Reports. "A policy is important, but for IT to put teeth into rules absolutely requires mobile device management technology. Without it, you're flying blind."
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