Get users up and running quickly with self-service and secure single sign on (SSO) to Office 365
- Deploy Office 365 email and apps automatically or on-demand from your own, custom app store
- Federate your existing on-premises corporate directory to enable a common identity for SSO authentication across Office and all other apps
- Restrict access to Office 365 to licensed users only and automatically revoke access to unauthorized users without calls to IT
- Support password-free and certificate-based authentication even extending Azure AD or other identity solutions
Provision adaptive access to Office 365 based on user entitlement and mode of access.
- Restrict access to Office 365 apps and services such as Exchange Online, OneDrive for Business and Skype for Business to only trusted users and compliant devices
- Check for compliance based on user groups, device type, app type, OS version, device management, compromised status and more
- Set access policies based on the device type or platform (mobile, desktop or Web)
- Support different authentication methods (certificates, domain membership, VPN-based) and strength requirements to provide an excellent user experience while enforcing IT policies
Take Office data protection to a new level with advanced security and data loss prevention (DLP) features.
- Leverage native platform controls to containerize apps, encrypt data, set DLP policies (like open-in and cut/copy/paste restrictions) and prevent access to company data from untrusted apps
- Enable security measures – encryption, device passcode, selective wipe or remote wipe of apps and email – that protect data at rest
- Restrict sharing of data, emails and attachments to only approved corporate apps and prevent moving emails to and opening attachments in personal apps
- Encrypt data in transit and, for security sensitive deployments, expose a limited set of data center resources to your Office apps via app- and network-level micro-segmentation
Enterprise mobility management (EMM) is a device- and platform-agnostic solution that centralizes the management, configuration and security of all devices in an organization, both BYO and corporate-owned. EMM goes beyond traditional device management to include the management and configuration of enterprise apps and content.
A comprehensive EMM solution will include MDM , MAM , mobile content management (MCM) , identity management for access control, and productivity apps for easy access to corporate email, calendar, contacts, content repositories and intranet sites. When done right, an EMM solution should supply both the technical capabilities to simplify management and security for IT as well as a pleasant user experience for the employee.
Mobile device management (MDM) is a device lifecycle management technology that enables IT to deploy, configure, manage, support and secure mobile devices through MDM profiles installed on the devices. MDM software provides asset inventory, over-the- air configuration of email, apps and Wi-Fi, remote troubleshooting, and remote lock and wipe capabilities to secure the device and the enterprise data on it. MDM is the foundation of a comprehensive enterprise mobility management (EMM) solution.
Unified endpoint management (UEM) enables IT to stop using separate tools to manage mobile, desktop and now Internet of Things (IoT) devices. UEM solutions provide a holistic and user-centric approach to managing all endpoints by combining traditional client management of desktop and PC systems with a modern enterprise mobility management (EMM) framework. A comprehensive UEM solution will enable IT to manage users and deliver a consistent experience across all endpoints, secure and manage the full device lifecycle, and do it all in a single, comprehensive platform.
Bring your own device (BYOD) is an IT policy that allows employees to use their personal devices for work purposes. EMM platforms enable organizations to implement a BYOD strategy without sacrificing security or employee privacy by providing separation of work and personal data on the device. This separation allows IT to manage and secure only the work data on an employee-owned device. If a device is ever compromised or when an employee leaves the company, IT is able to remove only the work-related data, leaving the personal items on the device intact.