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Most companies refuse to have full machine virtualization because it is too new and different, but they still want some virtualization, so they use mobile application containerization, which includes putting applications in containers with an operating environment all its own. The benefits are similar to that of loading applications onto virtual machines because the app can be run with any physical machine without dependency issues.
At Comodo, we understand the difficulties of determining which option may work better, but our mobile application containerization product can help you run everything you need without the added risk.
The way to look at these containers is by how contents are defined and distributed. System administrators likely know the difficulties in creating content and settings to do what our product does. In most cases, that's why you come to us and want to consider our product because it would still take Superman months to figure everything out.
The primary goals of application containerization are to make sure that:
In most cases, smartphones are already equipped with some type of secure container, but their effectiveness varies, and it may not catch everything. If you allow byod for all or some employees, you want to ensure that they won't get hacked, but you also need to ensure that if something does go wrong on the user's end, your network isn't compromised.
Secure containers are a large part of mobile device management and can also include pin locks and other security policies.
Over-the-Air enrollment of mobile devices
Quickly import mobile devices and endpoints individually or via LDAP and Active Directory
Authenticate users with a one-time password and/or with a user's Active Directory/LDAP credentials
Enforcement of default profile means devices and endpoints can be securely managed right after enrollment
Ensure the safety of data on endpoints and devices by running an automatic scan straight after enrollment.