Microsoft Intune is playing an increasing role in mobile application management (MAM), giving organizations a diverse set of tools for managing complex mobile environments and securing Android and iOS mobile apps.
Every year, OWASP releases the top 10 of most critical web application security risks, a powerful awareness document for web application security that represents a broad consensus about the most critical security risks to web applications.
The challenge that enterprise organizations, large and small, face with enterprise mobile management (EMM) is huge. Different development frameworks, features, and services built inside the app "don't play well" with mobile app and device management.
We’re excited to be in Vegas to attend Oktane ’18 as a sponsor and Okta partner. We are showcasing a new mobile identity service called Appdome for SSO+, which enables enterprises to add native single sign-on (SSO) to any mobile app instantly, without coding.
Appdome has released some of our biggest features (include adding any EMM SDK, secure browser and secure mail to apps) since our launch 1 year ago. Now we feature many of our core mobile integration use cases and resources for organizations in regulated industries like Financial Services, Healthcare, Government and Legal.
One of the key things I love about working at Appdome is solving very difficult problems in mobile. This time we’re solving SSO inside an enterprise mobility suite like Blackberry, AirWatch, MobileIron, etc. This is HUGE, bigger in many ways than adding the SDK to apps in seconds.
Appdome Broadens Enterprise Mobility Coverage, Delivers Codeless Single Sign-On and Enhances DevOps Productivity
Appdome now covers leading EMM vendors including Blackberry, AirWatch and MobileIron Redwood City, Calif. – [...]