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2014 Mobile Star Awards Entrant:

>  Enterprise Mobile Application Development –
>  AirWatch Mobile Application Management
>  Enterprise Mobile Devices Management –
>  AirWatch Enterprise Mobility Management
>  Enterprise Mobile Messaging or Email – AirWatch Inbox
>  Enterprise Mobile Secure File Access or VPN –
>  AirWatch Secure Content Locker

2013 & 2011 Mobile Star Awards Winner:

>  Enterprise Mobile Device Management – AirWatch Cloud
>  Enterprise Mobile Messaging or Email – AirWatch Email Client
>  Enterprise Mobile Secure File Access or VPN – AirWatch Cloud
>  Enterprise Mobile Services Visionary – Founder & CEO John Marshall

Company Summary:

AirWatch by VMware
1155 Perimeter Center West, Suite 100
Atlanta, GA 30338

(+1) 404-478-7500
info [at] air-watch.com
www.air-watch.com

Company Structure:  Public Company (VMware, VMW), established in 2003
Approx. Number of Employees:  2,000
Operating Systems Supported:  All Platforms

Featured Mobile Enterprise Solutions:

AirWatch® by VMware® Enterprise Mobility Management provides a simplified way to manage devices, applications, email, content and more from a centralized, Web-based console. Organizations can deploy a diverse fleet of devices regardless of platform, device type or ownership. AirWatch can encrypt corporate information, such as application data, documents and email, at-rest on devices and in-transit to and from backend enterprise infrastructure. AirWatch securely integrates with AD/LDAP, email servers and other enterprise systems in cloud and on-premise deployments to ensure employees are authenticated. Administrators can monitor compliance, configure restrictions, generate reports and monitor devices on real-time console dashboards. Additionally, the AirWatch platform is highly scalable, supporting 10 to more than 100,000 devices to meet enterprise needs.

AirWatch includes mobile application management to address the challenges of developing, distributing, securing and tracking mobile applications through the entire application workflow. Organizations can build advanced management features, such as application tunneling and per-application analytics, into internally developed applications through the AirWatch SDK and App Wrapping Engines. Organizations can use the Enterprise App Catalog to push internal and approved public applications to users and groups during enrollment or make applications available on-demand. Applications can be whitelisted/blacklisted for further control, and compliance action can be taken against noncompliant users.

Organizations can secure email access, attachments and correspondence using AirWatch Inbox, AirWatch’s secure email container. By integrating with and authenticating to existing email infrastructure, such as Microsoft Exchange, users receive appropriate email, contacts and calendars to their accounts. Employees can create, sync and accept calendar events as well as update contact information in AirWatch Inbox while changes sync to the mail server and other devices automatically. AirWatch Inbox also offers AES 256-bit, FIPS 140-2 compliant encryption, data loss prevention restrictions and seamless single sign-on capabilities to ensure users and data remain safe on devices.

For content protection, AirWatch® Secure Content Locker® enables secure distribution and mobile access to information within a corporate container. AirWatch Secure Content Locker offers flexible content storage, enterprise-grade security, data loss prevention (DLP), built-in file syncing and sharing and document editing. Users can create, edit and upload documents to over 33 content repositories and have changes immediately accessible. Likewise, users can create unique links to share files and set security restrictions, such as a passcode requirement, for file access. Users are authenticated using existing corporate credentials, and administrators can set permissions for user groups to ensure relevant content gets to the right employees.

Recent AirWatch News on MobileVillage:
VMWare acquires AirWatch for $1.5 billion