Mobility Portfolio

Value-Added Reseller/System Integrator

Troy Mobility believes that by leveraging the knowledge and expertise of a Value-Added Reseller/System Integrator, you gain greater efficiencies by allowing us to do the “heavy lifting”. Since we have partnered with organizations that are industry leaders and posses an outstanding value proposition, Troy Mobility can function as your strategic advisors, not just a vendor.

Since the primary driver to our business is centered on the customer experience, Troy Mobility takes the time to completely understand the challenges your organization is faced with, and allows us to make recommendations for solutions that solve mission-critical problems, fit a need and/or adhere to budgetary constraints. By offering a flexible approach, we leverage the strengths of our relationships to provide the best possible solutions to solve the challenges of tomorrow.

If you are interested in learning more about our portfolio of mobility platforms and mobile security solutions, Reach Out to us and let us know how we can help. Our approach is quite different than many; you may be very satisfied with what we have to say!

Unified Endpoint Management (UEM)

Unified endpoint management (UEM) is an approach to securing and controlling desktop computers, laptops, smartphones and tablets in a connected, cohesive manner from a single console. Unified endpoint management typically relies on the mobile device management (MDM) application program interfaces (APIs) in desktop and mobile operating systems. UEM is an evolution of, and replacement for, Mobile Device Management (MDM) and Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM), although these acronyms still exist in the marketplace today.

Many vendors market UEM as a feature of their broader enterprise mobility management (EMM) software suites and some EMM vendors have made strides to close the gap between MDM and traditional Windows management tools. For example, MobileIron Bridge allows IT administrators to use MDM to deploy scripts that modify the Windows 10 file system and registry and perform other advanced tasks, including deploying legacy.exe applications.

Mobile Threat/Phishing Defense

Mobile Threat Defense is considered by many to be the next logical extension of mobile security to be layered on top of an existing EMM/UEM deployment. While many believe that their UEM will protect and safeguard their data on iOS and Android devices, the reality is devices are subject to threat vectors that extend past the functions and controls of a UEM. MTD platforms can be served up as a standalone platform or can be seamlessly integrated with your existing UEM deployment.

By taking an approach to protect against the plethora of threat vectors, IT organizations can now assure their device remains compliant, regardless of the ownership model. MTD provides extended security and protects against:

  • The Device – Provide on-device machine learning to identify potential threats against the core OS of a device.
  • The Network – Hedge against users unknowingly accessing unsecured networks and mitigate Man-in-the-Middle (MiTM) attacks. MTD is intuitive to recognize invalid or spoofed certificates.
  • The Applications – Face it, not every application is as clean as the app stores want you to believe. MTD platforms will allow applications to be scanned and vetted to adhere to your individual security compliances and provide solid understanding of potential threat vectors that exist within the code of a specific application.
  • Phishing attacks – Phishing attacks have become the #1 threat on a mobile device. By recognizing potential phishing threats early can prevent access to malicious links as soon as the device attempts to connect to them.

Identity & Access Management/SSO (IAM)

Identity and Access Management (IAM), is a framework of policies and technologies for ensuring that the proper people in an enterprise have the appropriate access to technology resources. IAM systems fall under the overarching umbrellas of IT security and Data Management.

IAM systems not only identify, authenticate and authorize individuals who will be utilizing IT resources, but also the hardware and applications employees need to access. Identity and Access Management security solutions have become more prevalent and critical in recent years as regulatory compliance requirements have become increasingly more rigorous and complex. It addresses the need to ensure appropriate access to resources across increasingly heterogeneous technology environments and to meet increasingly rigorous compliance requirements.

Enterprise File Sync & Share (EFSS)

Enterprise file synchronization and sharing (also known as EFSS and enterprise file sync and share) refers to software services that enable organizations to securely synchronize and share documents, photos, videos and files from multiple devices with employees, and external customers and partners. Organizations often adopt these technologies to prevent employees from using consumer-based file sharing apps to store, access and manage corporate data that is outside of the IT department’s control and visibility.

Enterprise file synchronization and sharing is part of a makeover for better collaboration and more versatile business in the 21st century. It coincides with cloud services that are secure, where those central repositories can serve as safe centers for data handling. Often times, deploying EFSS is the first step in a digital transformation to allow for seamless sharing of content across the enterprise.

Telecom Expense Management (TEM)

Telecom spending is one of the biggest expenses for businesses and corporations. There’s no doubt that telecom infrastructure is absolutely critical to any organization—both for internal communications as well as communicating with external parties, including customers. In addition, new tools are required to securely manage fast changing requirements and telecom infrastructures.

Telecom expense management software enables businesses to control, manage and understand their overall telecom spending. This software processes and records large volumes of telecom data, such as costs, usage, billing and administration.