Dell Software has released it KACE’s K3000 Mobile Management Appliance that is claimed to help IT managers solve the challenges of growing use of mobile devices in the workplace.
Claimed to extend the system management capabilities, the K3000 will enforce security policies for both corporate and personal mobile devices running on iOS and Android operating systems.
The K3000 is integrated with the K1000 Systems Management Appliance to provides IT managers with an integrated application to accurately track, monitor and manage desktops, laptops, servers and mobile devices efficiently.
It also empowers IT to address the challenge of supporting and securing mobile devices through an on-premise mobile management appliance that simplifies management of mobile devices.
Dell KACE K3000 Management Appliance joins Dell’s mobile management portfolio that includes Dell Wyse’s Cloud Client Manager and Dell MDM to provide organisations with the ability to manage end user devices from a single vendor.
KACE K3000 Mobile Management Appliance features single-step secure setup that gets users up-and-running quickly and includes over the air provisioning of K3000 agents to devices.
It supports personal smartphones and tablet computers including Apple iOS 4.5 and 6 iPhones and iPads, Android 2.2+ C2DM-enabled smartphones and tablets.
The device security and policy management helps protect organisations data through features such as profile management, device lock and unlock, remote enterprise wipe and remote factory reset.
Simplified application management allows pushing corporate applications on to both corporate as well as personal mobile devices.
It also enables IT admins to access both appliances through single-sign on and view all mobile devices, PCs and servers from a single console.
Dell KACE general manager Rob Meinhardt said: "With the Dell KACE K3000 Mobile Management Appliance, our customers will have a well-integrated and easy to use system for managing and securing all types of devices, operating systems and endpoints in their IT environment."