Options Deploys MobileIron to Deliver Mobile Device Management and Security, Enabling BYOD for the Financial Enterprise
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Options, the leading private financial cloud provider for the global capital markets industry, has today announced that it has deployed MobileIron, the market leader in security and management for mobile apps, documents, and devices, to the Options PIPE platform. As a result, the infrastructure as a service (IaaS) firm will provide clients with a complete mobile device management solution, allowing firms in the financial services industry embrace smartphone and tablet technology, including the growing BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) trend.
In a highly competitive market, MobileIron's more established and robust offering was the clear choice for deployment on Options' Private Financial Cloud platform. The MobileIron multi-OS platform can support a mix of corporate and BYOD devices, in addition to the many associated operating systems. It also boasts the ability to provide a complete security and management platform while preserving a user's typical mobile device experience. Additionally, it can scale quickly and easily, and is available via the Cloud or as an ‘on premise solution'.
MobileIron will be deployed as part of Options' PIPE Core services, a key component of the Options' Private Financial Cloud platform. PIPE Core is a complete business technology infrastructure service providing a robust and resilient technology foundation for day-to-day business communication, regulatory compliance and operations management.
“The use of mobile devices to access corporate systems and information is a work practice that we have seen grow exponentially within the financial services industry in recent years. This considerable change in working practice has driven the demand for a solution that tackles the very unique set of challenges the use of these devices poses for a modern enterprise. As a consequence, we're delighted to announce the deployment of MobileIron to the Options PIPE platform”, said Options CTO, John Bryant.