August 21, 2012

Real-World Scale for Mobile IT: Nine Core Performance Requirements

Mobile enterprise computing is a relatively new phenomenon, and the IT community is still learning about the factors that affect scalability. Mobile IT is quite different from traditional corporate computing environments, which are based on laptops and desktops. Organizations can be taken by surprise unless they gain expertise on the real-world scalability issues inherent in mobile and how to address them. Many mobile device management (MDM) and mobile application management (MAM) vendors will claim scale without being able to define, substantiate, or even test actual performance.

This paper is intended for large enterprises planning smartphone and tablet deployments greater than 20,000 devices. It describes the key performance requirements for deploying a scalable mobile infrastructure, the importance of these requirements, and how MobileIron's Mobile IT platform is uniquely architected to meet these requirements for the security and management of mobile apps, content, and devices.

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