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For IT Pros
It used to be easy with only one or two mobile device types to manage. Short-term tactical worked. Now, just between iPhones, iPads, Android phones and tablets, you could be supporting dozens of device types. You need to take charge of your mobile strategy and move to managing all of your mobile users’ applications and data – not their devices.
Manage the Apps, not the Device
Many companies have adopted a “Bring Your Own Device” strategy that has opened the door to a whole new level of complexity. For this reason and more, most analysts have begun recommending application management, rather than device management. When managing applications, the particular device type becomes much less important. And, you won’t need to worry about wiping personal data when it comes time to wipe company data from a device.
Support for the Entire Mobile Application Lifecycle
AppCentral understands that deploying a mobile application is just one step along the path to complete mobile application management. Mobile apps move through a cycle that begins at sourcing and development through review and authorization cycles, on to deployment, inventory and auditing, then securing usage data and product feedback, delivering updates and version control, and finally, decommissioning. AppCentral has engineered the entire mobile application lifecycle into the solution. You might think of it as mobile apps 1-2-3.
With the AppCentral mobile storefront you can make mobile apps instantly available to specific employee groups, contractors, and authorized partners, even with devices beyond enterprise control.
With AppCentral AppGuardian you can monitor and control the startup and runtime behavior of your custom mobile apps on any device without requiring any redevelopment work.
With the AppCentral management console, you can set rules for how your custom apps behave on-device, manage the app lifecycle and control how users access your enterprise app store.