Unified platform for managing mobile devices and traditional endpoints
IBM® Endpoint Manager for Mobile Devices provides a completely integrated approach for managing, securing, and reporting on laptops, desktops, servers, smartphones, tablets, and even specialty devices such as point-of-sale terminals.
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Quick installation with immediate results!
Lightweight, scalable architecture that can do the work of ten tools in one for hundreds
of thousands of endpoints
Gain complete visibility and control over smartphones and tablets with detailed hardware and software inventory, location, and network, and usage data. Configure settings through an on-device agent/app or email sync protocols.
A variety of lighter-weight management and security approaches may be more appropriate for some devices, especially in BYOD programs. Manage only organizational data and apps through integrated support for Enterproid Divide, NitroDesk TouchDown, and BlackBerry 10 from the same console as unified device management over organizationally-owned smartphones, tablets, laptops, desktops, and servers.
Deploy, manage, and remove mobile apps through a private “enterprise app store” with spport for Apple’s Volume Purchasing Program (VPP). Optionally disable access to public app stores on fully managed devices or within enterprise containers / personas.
Configure and enforce security policies, detect if a device has been jailbroken / rooted, and produce unified compliance reports across mobile and traditional endpoints. CIS Benchmarks available on some platforms
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Rich Caponigro is the IBM Endpoint Manager for Security Product Manager. Rich joined IBM in New York in 1983 as a vector processor designer in the Scientific Engineering team and then held various design, test, and support engineering and management positions on the hardware side of the business. In 1993 Rich switched to the software development and moved with his family to Austin, TX. There he managed competitive analysis and various products through development and introduction. Between 2000 and 2005 Rich was part of the Tivoli security team where he managed design, test and support of our security portfolio. Before joining the Endpoint Manager team in 2013 Rich was part of the corporate strategy team and focused on cloud and then business analytics strategy. Rich is a private pilot, active in scouting and community activities, and enjoys camping and outdoor activities with his family.
Noah Salzman handles Product Management duties for the "BigFix Platform" on the IBM Endpoint Manager team. He spends his time thinking about speed, scalability, and ensuring that all of the various Endpoint Manager products and applications have a reliable foundation to build upon. Noah first started with BigFix in 2007 and has 18 years industry experience working on enterprise software projects with a decided emphasis on the security side of the house including data encryption and endpoint security technologies. Noah's work at BigFix and IBM has focused on platform architecture, US Federal Government solutions, and security configuration management. Previously, Noah has worked in software development teams at Apple, PGP, nCircle, and a smattering of failed Silicon Valley start-ups.