Fiberlink®, the leader in software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions for secure mobile device management (MDM) and mobile application management (MAM), today announced that Trinity Maxwell will provide MaaS360 to organisations in London and the south of England. As the most comprehensive enterprise device management solution, MaaS360 allows businesses to instantly deploy mobile devices and secure their data by utilising a true cloud-based delivery model.
By expanding their portfolio to include MaaS360, Trinity Maxwell clients can effectively address the rapidly growing trend of smartphones and tablets in the enterprise across multiple platforms including iOS, Android and Windows Phone devices. “Our clients have a growing requirement to run secure mobile device management and cost management to their mobile estates.
MaaS360 enables our clients with rapid deployment, and comprehensive visibility and control that spans across their mobile devices, applications, and documents.” said Ben McGawley, Operations Director at Trinity Maxwell. “Fiberlink’s recent award for ‘Best Enterprise Mobile Service’ at Mobile World Congress 2012 confirms that MaaS360 is a market-driving solution.”
With MaaS360, organisations can easily manage bring-your-own-device (BYOD) and corporate-issued devices in a single console. This includes implementing MDM best practices such as complete discovery of all devices accessing e-mail, over-the-air device enrolment and configuration, passcode enforcement, jailbreak/rooted detection, remote lock, location and wipe. MaaS360’s easy-to-use interface enables IT to provide employees with the proper device life-cycle support and productivity enablement tools.
“We are excited to partner with Trinity Maxwell, proven leaders in providing best-in-class mobility solutions to the UK region,” said Alan Giles, EMEA Managing Director at Fiberlink. “With UK businesses experiencing an ever expanding range of devices in their corporate environment, MaaS360’s cloud-based model is the most effective way to secure and manage mobile fleets.”