Infotech Lead Europe: SAP has launched SAP Mobile Secure, an enterprise mobility management solution.
The new portfolio is designed to provide customers with enterprise-grade security for devices, apps and content.
This new portfolio optimizes the mobile experience for users of today’s most popular mobile devices.
SAP Mobile Secure also offers a new software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution, with the cloud edition of the SAP Afaria mobile device management solution to help companies secure and manage mobile devices for only one Euro per device per month.
Andy Jassy, senior vice president, AWS, said: “Powering SAP Afaria, cloud edition, on AWS is a natural extension of the strong and expanding relationship we have with SAP, as we work together to help enterprises manage their mobile devices in a scalable, low-cost and robust fashion.”
SAP Afaria, cloud edition, addresses the demand for a convenient, reliable and low-cost solution that empowers IT departments of any size to manage and secure both corporate-liable and personally-owned devices, providing a way to manage security risk with or without any prior SAP infrastructure.
“The enterprise managed mobility market has needed a highly affordable, scalable cloud-based enterprise mobile device management solution,” said Fernando Alvarez, senior vice president and Mobile Solutions Global Service Line Leader, Capgemini Group.
The SAP Mobile Secure portfolio addresses security challenges by enabling security of the device, apps and content for today’s most popular mobile devices, including iOS, Windows and Android devices.
“Cyber security is increasingly a board room priority, and as such, iron-clad mobile security is job one for all CIOs and CISOs to execute their mobile strategy,” said Sanjay Poonen, president of Technology Solutions and the Mobile Division, SAP.
The SAP Mobile Secure solution portfolio is integrated with the SAP Mobile Platform, allowing developers to build in security at the right time. SAP Mobile Secure is designed to scale to millions of devices and even support large-scale ‘Internet of Things’ use cases.