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Bitzer Mobile Secures Business Apps on Android & iOS Devices

Enterprises Can Now Confidently Address Concerns of Data Security and Control for Mobile Apps

SUNNYVALE, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 11/20/12 -- Bitzer Mobile Inc., a technology leader in enterprise mobility, announced a new method for securing native mobile apps on employee's mobile devices. This solution for Android and Apple iOS mobile devices is available today. It offers a containerization approach that injects a security policy engine around native apps internally developed or acquired from app publishers. This process is simple to deploy because it does not require code changes within the app. IT departments are now able to enforce and change fine-grained security policy on the app in real-time as well as keep their networks protected from rogue apps.

This unique approach to enabling apps is a powerful capability in the new Bitzer Enterprise Application Mobility (BEAM) 2.2 for Android and iOS tablets and smart phones. According to a 2012 survey by Netcentric Strategies, the top priority for Enterprise Mobility solutions is "increased productivity of mobile employees." Bitzer Mobile's BEAM 2.2 can help employees be more productive on their mobile devices by allowing secure access to data & apps.

"The real value of enterprise mobility lies in end users being able to use work apps while they are away from the office. While other solutions create silos around each individual app, our approach allows trusted business apps to share information and work together just like you were at your desk," said Naeem Zafar, president and CEO, Bitzer Mobile. "Companies that use a number of applications require significant resources for app enablement in order to leverage BYOD's benefits. Our containerization approach is the only solution that creates a 'secure enterprise workspace' that provides a superior user experience."

In addition, Bitzer's containerized approach has several advantages:

  • Containerized apps share AppTunnel and encryption keys enabling them to be logically in the same Secure Container
  • Apps share authentication and Single Sign-On (SS0)
  • Organizations can alter policy in real time without re-wrapping and re-distributing each app
  • Applicable for internal and third party apps
  • Security is injected into the apps without changing a single line of code
  • More scalable that traditional 'app wrapping' or 'SDK' approaches due to its ease of deployment

Bitzer's approach enables companies to easily add apps for their secure enterprise workspace on mobile devices. Bitzer enables a company's apps and shared data to be a part of the same trusted container that is secured with Windows Single Sign-On across all of their mobile devices.

For more information, contact [email protected].

About Bitzer Mobile
Bitzer Mobile Inc., a leading enterprise mobility solution provider, enhances employee productivity by allowing secure access to corporate apps and data from mobile devices while preserving rich user experience. Its secure container solution creates the enterprise workspace on any mobile device -- corporate owned or personal, and for all mobile platforms. Employees get seamless access to intranet, corporate data and apps with enterprise-grade security and deep integration with Windows Authentication for true Single Sign-On. For more information, please visit www.bitzermobile.com.

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