Appdome announces AirWatch, BlackBerry and MobileIron support
Appdome has announced it now supports leading enterprise mobility management (EMM) vendors in the form of AirWatch, BlackBerry and MobileIron.
AirWatch and MobileIron’s EMM SDKs for both iOS and Android are now alongside BlackBerry Dynamics SDK, allowing organisations to integrate EMM services on Appdome’s platform, either codeless or coding in minutes.
Users can also add single sign on (SSO) to any mobile app through Appdome, enabling the app to leverage SSO services based on various industry standards such as SAML, OAuth and Kerberos.
“The industry wants Appdome to enable all EMM and MDM solutions, and we want to enable choice for all our customers,” said Tom Tovar, CEO of Appdome. “With the addition of AirWatch and MobileIron on our platform, we can provide more streamline mobile security and enterprise management integrations across all major use cases – managed and unmanaged BYOD, native OS feature sets via AppConfig and full EMM SDK support with three leading EMM vendors.
“With Appdome, customers can get any EMM vendor support and add that functionality to best-of-breed apps for their users on demand,” Tovar added.
Earlier this month, Appdome joined the AppConfig Community – whose EMM members include AirWatch, BlackBerry and MobileIron – with the view of speeding up adoption by ‘eliminating the development, implementation and maintenance burden…and allow[ing] developers who build apps for the enterprise to implement AppConfig in seconds’, in the company’s words.
Appdome also announced a new update with BlackBerry in August to help cut down the cost of integrating messaging, voice, and video capabilities into existing applications and services.
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