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MaaS360 Webinars

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  • While Google Glass has yet to land on the heads of everyday consumers, it is already making inroads in the enterprise. For new and emerging technologies, there are infrastructure, security and deployment challenges. The intimate and highly personal nature of wearable computing also brings with it new demands for developers, designers and business managers.

    Join BrickSimple as they share their experiences developing, deploying and managing wearable applications in corporate environments including:

    - State of wearable computing
    - WiFi, Bluetooth Smart (BLE), Sensors and context
    - Designing good wearable technology experiences
    - Google Glass as an enterprise-capable platform
    - Wear-Tec case study: the development of the LENS OS platform on Google Glass
  • The mobile wave continues to gain momentum--is your business leveraging public apps or creating new ones to make your employees more productive? Understanding the key steps to implementing quality apps that securely extend the reach of your organization will put you on the right path for your mobile journey.

    Join our Mobile MaaSters as they discuss the importance of end-to-end mobile app life cycle management of HTML5, hybrid and native mobile apps.

    Transform your business into a mobile enterprise. Ed Brill discusses how mobile is taking enterprises by storm and the importance of embracing mobile in your organization.

    Build, test, and run mobile apps. Ian Robinson discusses how comprehensive mobile app development platforms can help to build, run and manage mobile apps.

    Shield your apps and secure data. Josh Lambert discusses the growing need for mobile security and how to easily deploy and manage them at scale with enterprise mobility management.
  • Securing enterprise data becomes more challenging with each new device. From smartphones and tablets to wearable technology, employees are demanding flexibility and privacy while corporate, regulatory, and legal imperatives require precise policy enforcement.

    Join Chris Hobbs and Olli Linnainmaa from Samsung Mobile and Mobile MaaSter Chris Isbrecht for this webinar. In this session you will learn how Samsung Knox with enhancements on the Galaxy S5 and MaaS360 will deliver the mobile security you need, without compromising the privacy of your employees. Samsung devices have been validated through Common Criteria and FIPS and can be managed conveniently with MaaS360. Learn what's new and see how you can:

    - Benefit from the new technology available on Samsung Galaxy S5 with MaaS360
    - Provide devices to employees within either a COPE or BYOD program
    - Enable centralized control and management of IT policies for mobile devices
    - Remotely control, monitor, and administer Knox for mobile devices
    - Enhance security to shield your network from hacking, malware, viruses, and unauthorized access
    - Protect enterprise data and employee privacy with separate business and personal modes
    - Actively manage all aspects of the Knox container
  • Simple, secure and scalable content sharing is key to improving employee productivity and information security. Cloud storage can easily propel your Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) strategy forward by allowing your employees access to corporate content anytime, anywhere across device platforms and form factors. Employees benefit from seamless edit and sync capabilities, while IT enjoys the security controls it can place over documents and other sensitive corporate data.

    Box is consistently named as an industry leader in Enterprise File Sync and Share. It allows employees to access and share corporate content on the Box cloud from any device. MaaS360, the leader in enterprise mobility, seamlessly integrates with Box to deliver content from the Box cloud to a secure container on any mobile device. Employees can now edit and sync documents to Box directly from the container. MaaS360 and Box work together to provide CIOs with the controls that you need to ensure your corporate data is protected across any mobile device.

    Join this webinar to learn how you can empower your employees to access corporate content worry free. Presented by the leaders in mobility and cloud storage - MaaS360 and Box.

    - How IT manages and distributes corporate documents securely
    - How employees can access, edit and sync docs on their mobile devices
    - How policies can restrict data leakage from the MaaS360 container
  • The battle for the one ruler of mobility has been ravishing the land for years. As three powerful families of devices battle to usurp the others with larger screens, faster processors and more features, it has left the kingdom in great turmoil on who they should trust as the most benevolent ruler of productivity.

    Join Fiberlink as Medieval Mobile MaaSters for Apple, Android and Windows clash to determine which device family will sit upon the silicon throne.

    Apple: Lord Andrew Clarke: Like the Lannisters, Apple is the current leader of Enterprise mobility with the most devices activated in business and schools. With its beloved features, apps, usability, and expanding device options, the iOS platform seems fit to rule for years to come. But it remains to be seen just how far Apple can extend its empire across the continents.

    Android: Sir Frank Schloendorn: This Targaryen like mobile OS may not be the obvious choice, but the device diversity that was once keeping Android in exile has turned into a powerful battle arsenal. Devices and features found in the Samsung KNOX family line could very well be a mammoth dragon of power in pushing further inside the enterprise garden walls.

    Windows: Squire Sergiy Mimkha: Windows like the Starks has taken quite a few battle scars in the battle for mobility. Now though with the power of Windows Phone 8 and the seamless connectivity to Office365 and portals of parchment sharing like SharePoint, Windows is poised to march from the great Northwest to show they are a force to be reckoned with.
  • Smartwatches, Google Glass and fitness wearables have captured consumer interest imagination the past 12 months. Is the next step adoption into the enterprise?

    While tablets and smartphones kicked off the BYOD revolution, wearable tech will solidify the age of user choice for productivity. Join Fiberlink experts Frank Schloendorn and Jonathan Dale as they debate the pitfalls and perils of these ubiquitous devices as they emerge in networks, systems and the enterprise.

    In this webinar you will get full details on how you can ride the wearables wave into the future and stem the tide of data leaks in your enterprise:

    - Define wearable devices, types, features and their markets
    - Assess risks and define usage parameters to secure corporate data
    - Discuss management options for wearables in MDM
    - Preview the future of wearables in the enterprise
  • We know what year it is, but Fiberlink wants to help you future proof your Enterprise Mobility Management strategy and solutions with guest speaker IDC analyst John Jackson. Mobility is a dynamically evolving design point for enterprise applications of all types. As an IT professional, it can be tough to keep up with the fast pace, new ideas and all those acronyms! MEM, MDM, MAM, BYOD...how does it all fit together and where's it all going?

    Mobile Enterprise Management (MEM) is expected to own $2.1B of the market by 2017.** This isn't hard to believe with more than half of IT Managers reporting that their organizations have implemented an MDM or MAM tool in their mobile strategy. And as the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) beat goes on, MEM solutions have evolved from device management to incorporate app management, and are now increasingly supporting content management functionality.

    Join John Jackson, IDC analyst,to discuss enterprise mobility:

    - IDC's Third Platform concept and how it changes everything
    - 2-3 -year outlook on EMM
    - Expanding functionality expected from EMM platforms
    - What other IT professionals like you are saying about EMM
    - Essential guidance for IT buyers vetting EMM vendors
  • In Part 1, we shared key trends to watch and consider as you build your mobile plan for 2014. In this session, we take a deeper dive to help you develop your company's mobile policy to fully embrace the BYOD trend, enable employees to be productive on any device they choose, and keep corporate data secure.

    Watch Ovum analyst, Richard Absalom, as he outlines Ovum's 6 recommended areas to consider when building a mobility policy:

    - Security: Safeguarding corporate-sensitive data
    - Employee privacy: Defining clear boundaries between monitoring corporate and personal usage
    - Eligibility: Identifying which employees are suitable for your policy
    - Acceptable use and dealing with policy violations: Educating users to comply with policy regulations
    - Technical support: Determining responsibility for dealing with device malfunctions
    - Reimbursement and total cost of ownership: Drawing the line for corporate expenses
  • What should you be focusing on as you build your 2014 enterprise mobility plan? Your Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) strategy must evolve beyond basic Mobile Device Management (MDM) to include all aspects of mobile as a first point of contact between your business and your customers and employees.

    Join Ovum analyst, Richard Absalom, as he highlights EMM trends to watch and consider in 2014 to stay ahead of the mobile consumerization curve such as:

    - Multi-screening: Meeting employee expectations and productivity needs
    - Mobile first: Defining a mobility policy that addresses how employees are already using mobile (hint: it's so much more than email)
    - Mobile apps: Creating easy-to-use modern business apps to mobilize core tasks

    Ovum is the leading independent global IT & Telecoms Research & Analysis firm based in London. Ovum provides strategic advice to telecom operators, IT vendors, service providers and enterprise IT leaders.

    Richard Absalom is an analyst with Ovum's Enterprise Mobility and Productivity practice, particularly focusing on mobile consumerization. His research examines the impact that mobile devices and applications designed for consumers are having on the corporate environment: identifying the challenges and opportunities it creates for both the enterprise and supply-side vendors; defining the vendor competitive landscape; and providing best-practice recommendations for enterprises and vendors alike.
  • Email is still the killer app for smartphones and tablets, but it is not enough to unlock the potential of true mobile collaboration. Your colleagues need simple and secure access to business resources that are behind the firewall, such as SharePoint, Windows File Shares, web apps and Intranet sites.

    Watch our webinar to learn how the MaaS360 Mobile Enterprise Gateway makes it easy to collaborate on the go while securing your data with authorization, encryption and containerization policies. See how you can:

    - Enable secure mobile access to corporate data without device VPN
    - Mobilize SharePoint, Windows File Share and all your intranet sites
    - Protect sensitive corporate data with robust security policies and DLP controls
    - Provide mobile access without requiring changes to your network or firewall security configuration
    - Allow users to collaborate at anytime, anywhere, from their personal devices

    Val Hetrick, Director of Customer Success at Fiberlink, demonstrates how MaaS360 can unleash the potential of your enterprise resources safely and securely on mobile devices.

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