Ivanti Supply Chain Adds New Enterprise Mobility Management Capabilities to Ivanti Avalanche
With Ivanti Avalanche Enterprise Enabler, supply chain organizations can now more quickly provision hundreds of fully managed Android devices leveraging Near-Field Communications and QR codes
Ivanti Supply Chain announced that it has added new Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) capabilities to the Ivanti Avalanche Enterprise Enabler, powered by Ivanti Wavelink. The newly updated solution enables supply chain organizations to quickly provision hundreds of fully managed Android devices leveraging a Near-Field Communications (NFC) bump or QR code deployment.
“Securing and managing Android OS-powered mobile devices can be challenging for supply chain organizations,” Brandon Black, vice president and general manager, Ivanti Supply Chain Business Unit. “This is especially true when there is a mix of BYOD and corporate-owned devices being used by warehousing and logistics workers.”
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The updated Ivanti Avalanche Enterprise Enabler delivers the following customer benefits:
- Deploy Faster. Administrators can onboard and update hundreds of mobile devices through a simple NFC bump or QR codes.
- Application access and control. Organizations can set application parameters based on location. Administrations can also configure what rights the applications have at the time of installation.
- Multiplatform support. Ivanti Avalanche offers support for both Windows Mobile and Android OS.
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“The new granular settings available through the Ivanti Avalanche Enterprise Enabler allow organizations to strike the right balance between corporate security policies and productivity,” added Black. “Administrators can now quickly and easily push new application and security settings through NFC bump or QR codes, minimizing worker downtime and reducing strain on IT resources.”
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