Mobile Device Management (MDM)
Mobile data protection made easy. Get immediate, real-time data security.
Protect data on the device and wherever it travels — to the cloud, enterprise backend, and beyond. Keep data safe from malicious threats and from being shared or accessed by unauthorized users, apps, and networks.
- Get on-device threat detection and remediation
- Defend against device, app, and network threats.
- Protect iOS and Android devices that access business data.
MobileIron Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) provides the foundation for the industry’s first mobile-centric, zero trust enterprise security framework. MobileIron UEM puts enterprise mobile security at the center of your enterprise and allows you to build upon it with enabling technologies such as zero sign-on (ZSO) user and device authentication, multi-factor authentication (MFA), and mobile threat detection (MTD).
VMware Workspace ONE an intelligence-driven digital workspace platform. Workspace ONE integrates access control, application management and multi-platform endpoint management into a single platform and is available as a cloud service or on-premises deployment.
Consolidate management silos across mobile devices, desktops (including Windows 10 and macOS), rugged devices and “things”. Reduce costs and improve security with real-time, over-the-air modern management across all use cases (including BYO).
Microsoft Intune is a cloud-based service that focuses on mobile device management (MDM) and mobile application management (MAM). Intune is included in Microsoft’s Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS) suite,and enables users to be productive while keeping your organisation data protected.
It integrates with other services, including Microsoft 365 and Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) to control who has access, and what they have access to, and Azure Information Protection for data protection. When you use it with Microsoft 365, you can enable your workforce to be productive on all their devices, while keeping your organisation’s information protected.
Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI)
Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) de la VMWare refers to the use of virtual machines to provide and manage virtual desktops. VDI hosts desktop environments on a centralized server and deploys them to end-users on request.
In VDI, a hypervisor segments servers into virtual machines that in turn host virtual desktops, which users access remotely from their devices. Users can access these virtual desktops from any device or location, and all processing is done on the host server. Users connect to their desktop instances through a connection broker, which is a software-based gateway that acts as an intermediary between the user and the server.
VDI delivers workforce transformation, by enabling users without compromising security or high-quality end user experience and streamlining IT resources and management. Dell is uniquely positioned to provide complete edge to core to cloud solutions from one vendor.
VDI and thin client solutions enhances security by centrally storing IP, data and apps in the datacenter, and virus and malware resistant thin clients.
Microsoft 365 (fost Office 365) de la Microsoft, is the productivity cloud based tool that brings together the best Office applications with powerful cloud services, device management and advanced security. Connect employees to the people, information, and content they need to improve productivity and transform collaboration.
Transform the way you manage your company and simplify the way you work with modern tools that streamline business processes. Help protect employees, data, and customer information with enterprise-level security that you can trust.