Matrix Communications AppID Enterprise Details

DETAILS BASICS

Challenges of Mobile Enterprises

Alongside the increased adoption of cloud and mobility technologies in the enterprise environment, there is a general expectation to have 24/7 access to web applications and data–anytime, anywhere and from virtually any device.

Dynamic IAM addresses the authentication and authorization of management challenges associated with the way people work today because it’s device- and location-aware. It enables cloud adoption through more flexible policies, which helps reduce risk, increase productivity, and maximize cost benefits.

Matrix Communications AppID® Enterprise offers advanced data security with:

→ Context-based authentication helps reduce risk by bringing contextual awareness, such as user location and device, into the authentication process.

→ Dynamic password management automates the selection and changing of passwords to ensure they’re both complex and unique across all accounts.

→ Application shaping manages authorization or access to sensitive data, as well as web application features and functions.

→ Audit trails provide visibility of all user interaction from login to logout – and everything in between.

→ Advanced Single Sign-On offers advanced two-factor authentication with a choice of methods including SMS and push notifications.

Social Media and BYOD Risks

Matrix Communications AppID® Enterprise lets you define privilege levels for each user and/or group and the web applications they are authorized to use. You can set policies and determine exactly which pages and elements within a web page a user is allowed to access.

Matrix Communications AppID Enterprise provides:

→ Single Sign-On (SSO) capability, so that users no longer have to remember passwords for social media sites and, more importantly, never need to know corporate passwords.

→ Different policies for employees accessing personal social media accounts and marketing teams accessing corporate social media accounts.

→ Control over the features to which employees have access, such as content removal, comments, sharing, and photo uploads.  You can even make Facebook a read-only site.

Social Media

IT managers often find themselves pulled between the needs of the business (for security and control) and the demands of users (for personal freedom and marketing). Therefore, many companies simply choose to block social media access. This approach limits corporate liability and keeps employees focused on their work, but social media has become an important marketing tool.  Companies can longer afford to block social media access for all users.

With Matrix Communications AppID Enterprise, you can:

→ Increase productivity by making social networking sites read-only

→ Keep companies in control of corporate social media passwords with SSO

→ Retain the benefits of social media for corporate marketing purposes while maintaining different levels of control for personal users

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)

To help organizations manage BYOD and mobile users, Matrix Communications AppID Enterprise secures a new endpoint—the browser.

For secure access to web applications, iOS and AndroidTM users on mobile and tablet devices only need to authenticate their user credentials one time.  Users will then have SSO to applications via a personalized web portal that gives them instant access to their frequently used web applications.

You’ll be able to:

→ Make web applications secure on ALL devices

→ Save money because no costly mobile device management (MDM) solutions are required

→ Keep sensitive data safe by controlling features and functions within the browser

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