Whether you operate in a strictly regulated compliance environment, or need, simply to achieve an appropriate level of security, Trinsic can help you secure and manage your mobiles and devices, and their applications and permissions.
We specify and deploy Mobile Device Management and Unified Endpoint Management solutions that give full visibility and control over the mobile devices being used in your organisation and accessing your network.
This gives you full management capability to determine and monitor devices and their users, to restrict permissions or user privilege/data consumption, and to respond to potential breaches or HR alerts by sending out "poison pills" to close down devices quickly.
In addition, comprehensive analytics enable management decisions regarding usage at all levels from individuals to organisation wide.
Whichever Management & Security solution we deploy will form part of a cost-effective Mobile or Unified Comms strategy designed to deliver performance and save you money.
As always, Trinsic’s service commitment is second to none, with consultancy guidance and ongoing support and assistance available from your Account Manager.
The MDM and UEM solutions we deploy are all Enterprise offers from world class Vendors, specified and configured by our specialist security team.
IBM’s mobile device management software enables the management and security of all devices in your estate, as well as their applications and content.
Microsoft’s Cloud-based solution provides for mobile devices without compromising your security. A comprehensive and cross platform solution.
Apple’s online service automates the enrolment and configuration of Apple OS X and iOS devices in your organisation’s mobile device management software.
Vodafone's all-in-one solution provides for mobile device and operating system management with Unified Endpoint Management of both corporate and BYOD devices.
The primary risk to service comes from the possibility of a failure in connectivity which can only be rectified by the provider under the terms of their SLA.
A backup connection (e.g. a line from a second provider entering your building via a different route) offers the best reduction in risk of losing connectivity.
Connectivity failure on the part of your provider must be rectified by them under your SLA. However, if a backup connection is in place this can switch in automatically to maintain your connection.
If your router or firewall fails, either we, or your IT department (depending on contract) will restore service as fast as possible.
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