Thomson Snell & Passmore taps MobileIron for mobility

Thomson Snell & Passmore has selected MobileIron along with Appurity for mobility strategy.

UK law firm will provide employees with secure mobile access to confidential clients and business information across applications and mobile devices with the help of MobileIron and Appurity.

The company said law firm will replace BlackBerry devices with iPhone and will introduce bring your own device (BYOD) program so that employees can use corporate or personal device for work.

In addition, Thomson Snell & Passmore will provide right tools to employees for managing cases without compromising confidential client information.

This apart UK law firm has deployed its business apps through MobileIron’s [email protected] Enterprise App Store.

MobileIron secure emails across mobile devices and improves application and email security.

Additionally, Thomson Snell & Passmore also ensure every employee has current set of apps on the device including telephone conferencing software and BigHand.

By using BigHand, lawyers can dictate notes and share them securely.


“With MobileIron, we have been able to mobilize more core business processes beyond email. Now our team is able to accomplish both work and personal tasks from one device,” said Anthony Graham, head of information systems at Thomson Snell & Passmore.

Last month, Denso deployed MobileIron to securely enable hundreds of employee-owned iOS devices and to provide secure email access to employees on their own iOS devices.

In June, Sky tapped MobileIron to securely deliver media content to customers via mobile devices including smartphones and tablets.

Also, MobileIron launched the Preview of MobileIron for Windows 10 and worked with Google to deliver MobileIron AppConnect framework to the Android Work platform.

Shilpa Khatri

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