4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Aug 18, 2016
Relatively simple and easy to set up and start using.
Ask yourself it the functionality really meets the requirement.
Take a closer look at our requirements.
It's a great product, but didn't really meet the need for business agility, when data is constantly changing. File sync are not continuous, and must be kicked off each time the data changes. What we would really like is a sync and offline capabilities that are seemless to the user. Not a snapshot.
AirWatch has a good ticket management system and are on par with other vendors when it comes to responsiveness.
Integration and deployment went off without a hitch.
4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Jun 14, 2016
VMWare AirWatch is a strong vendor. Epic will be adopting AirWatch technologies in the rollout of Haiku and Canto for mobile devices with an SDK. Secure cloud integration was testing in PoC and expanded upon in contract. XenMobile could not connect their cloud to our environment.
secure cloud has to be fully vetted in a proof of concept or bakeoff. Establish strong policies based upon your company's mobile metrics.
Full support for Cisco ISE.
senior managers would object to price, yet risk reduction is worth it.
Faster time to market release of Boxer for Android.
fully supported vendor's Azure cloud.
3 out of 5.0, Reviewed Dec 1, 2015
The solution provides what's required, almost, however not in the best user-friendly way. Some features are not offered even today, like email encryption support. Difficulties on our major corporate mobile phone platform Windows Phone.
Make sure that the end-user ease-of-use fits for your organization, test on all platforms carefully.
Completely fulfils the risk & security requirements, works on all platforms for basic email/calendar/contacts sync.
Limited integration with e.g. MS Office (as MS introduced Office for iOS, major incompatibilities with formats were solved, moving into the MDM solution requesting to use the internal viewer of MS Office docs turn it back to "old times"), lower end-user comfort.
Higher dedication and even cooperation with other vendors of the platforms, like MS for Windows Mobile.
Perhaps not focusing on single tool for "any" mobile platform, prioritizing more the end-user comfort over the strong risk & security requirements.
Same as above, it does what it should on a basic level. The user comfort is limited.
Limited fixing of issues, usually pushing it as a patch upgrade into the next version of a product which often introduces new issues.
No major issues.