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Score 10 out of 10
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We use MobileIron Core (on-premises) to manage iOS devices for COPE (Company Owned, Personally Enabled) and single use devices. All mobile devices with access to our network or corporate services are managed by MobileIron through the IT department.
  • Security is excellent. We are able to manage and protect corporate information and it integrates with our existing requirements and practices. Enforcing secure passcodes and device lock/location services enables us to track all assets.
  • User experience is much improved as we can easily migrate users to new devices and there is consistent branding and app availability. When a user enrolls, their assigned apps are automatically deployed.
  • With iOS devices, zero-touch deployment and configuration is a reachable goal.
  • MobileIron provides excellent sales and post-sales service. In addition, their support model is excellent and we've never had a significant down.
  • The Core product's UI is very much in need of a refresh, but it doesn't get the love because most customers choose the cloud product, which looks entirely different.
  • Splunk integration does not work well and requires a lot of manual intervention. The Splunk MIApp doesn't work out of the box, at all.
  • There is no longer a mobile app for system management. It existed once upon a time, but is strangely missing in a platform that is all about mobile management.
For devices that require single-app mode (iOS) deployments are easy to manage. We are also able to control which OS features are available at a very granular level. What is often lacking are good guides illustrating how to implement certain features - for example, setting up single-app mode for the first time is not intuitive and should not require opening service requests with the helpdesk.

The tools for remote support require a lot of effort and have made implementation of this capability a financial decision instead of a technical one. By this I mean that it's better to request budget for professional services than to invest mine or my team's time, which makes it far less likely to get implemented. Things that cost money and require justifications to the finance team are disadvantaged from the word go.
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Score 7 out of 10
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We currently use MobileIron as a mobile device management tool. It is used to provide email to company phones and allows for deploying email to BYOD devices in a secure container. Company devices also gain the benefits of a 'store' of applications that users commonly consume and deployment of needed certificates for device authentication.
  • MobileIron has a very easy to deploy architecture. We reviewed other products before making our business decision to deploy MobileIron, and one of the reasons we selected MobileIron was due to the ease of deployment, the low footprint, and the ease of configuration.
  • MobileIron has a broad range of customizations and add-on products that make it an ideal product for a number of additional use cases. None of these use cases got business backing at BH Media, but Docs@Work and Apps@Work are two features that would make MobileIron an ideal tool for a customer who needs to allow BYOD or company devices the ability to access documents or applications without VPN.
  • MobileIron is supported by a large number of devices and their operating systems. In a company which allows BYOD devices, you can't always control what device a user is going to bring in. MobileIron has support for older devices and OS versions and is also quick to adopt newer devices, so a new device isn't shut out in the cold waiting for a vendor to update their software.
  • During upgrades to the Core server when a device loses contact with the Core, the MDM profile is removed from the phones and when installed back unique user customizations are lost. If a user has unique customizations this should be stored in the Core DB so that when redeployed, the customizations are added back too.
  • Android devices do not have the best mail container. The email+ feature is an add on. If this is selected then a user must rely on the native mail app for androids which is often difficult to use. iOS and other devices do not have this required add-on. This android add-on should be native to the software.
  • Android devices have a hard time handling user password changes. The passwords are cached on the android (natively) and MobileIron will quickly lock a user's AD account out. This causes our Enterprise Service Desk a headache dealing with these devices. If MobileIron flushed the credentials from an android or injected the new credentials into the android cache (which it appears to do for iOS) this would not be a headache.
MobileIron is a great tool for mobile device management. It is well suited for deploying mail to devices, as well as providing security/compliance items to a device (require a passcode, install certificates). The store app is also great for pushing users to specific, needed apps without trusting them to find the correct one in the store. MobileIron is not well suited for environments which do not restrict access to mail or use a cloud-based mail provider (such as O365) as the native apps make it easier to get mail from these sources than to manage an MDM environment.
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Score 10 out of 10
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MobileIron is used on all of the mobile devices that we provide to our associates. We use it to track the assets, phone numbers, and installed apps. It also is VERY useful to determine the security status of the device, and whether it is configured appropriately, as well as enforcing security protocols on the devices. MobileIron is especially helpful in distributing official apps to allow our associates to most efficiently utilize the device in their day to day use.
  • App management
  • Device management
  • User experience management
  • Location services are not always accurate, often not reporting in a location in over 72 hours. Enabling "lost mode" should force the device to send its location with each subsequent check-in but it does not.
  • Managing tags could be improved.
  • Note the above problems may not be totally the fault of MobileIron, as our devices are 100% Apple, which doesn't always allow vendors full access to the devices.
MobileIron works wonderfully in geographically distributed environments. IT helps ensure compliance when you cannot be there to verify yourself or if there are just too many devices to keep up with.

The deployment option of work-owned and personally-owned devices is great. If they are work devices and the device is lost, all data is erased when you initiate a remote wipe. If it's a personal device, work data is stored in a separate container and only that data is erased when you initiate a wipe of the company data after the associate leaves the organization.
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September 07, 2019

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MI is implemented company-wide to securely provide access to company email, calendar, and custom-built applications. We use it to secure over 800 devices from Wyoming to West Virginia, approximately 250 devices are setup as kiosk devices for multiple users. MI has provided a good MDM platform with reliable support and great response time.
  • Reliability and speed of the MI support staff.
  • The online portal is extremely responsive, easy to use, and clean.
  • Apple DEP integration and configuration is easy to setup and use.
  • Setup and registration for users are intuitive and any issues are easily identified and resolved.
  • Looking for a way to secure certain apps and have a clear separation between business and personal information.
  • The troubleshooting and log analysis process needs tuning. Requiring users to send log info that should be tracked innately is problematic.
  • Docs@Work needs better reporting, we have been trying to figure out how many users utilize it to no avail.
  • Cost
I would recommend MI for smaller companies with more personalized setups and techs that would provide individual help. AD integration is a little lacking and assigning multiple groups with multiple setups is not intuitive. 800+ devices is difficult enough to admin for. If it was more than that, I don't think MI would be appropriate.
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Score 9 out of 10
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It is used across the whole organization to provide management of mobile phones and iPads.
  • Easy configuration of iPhone using Apple DEP
  • Ability to control what apps are allowed on phones as well as pushing required apps
  • Securing devices by requiring a password and data encryption for access to corporate resources
  • Android set up could be more streamlined like Apple DEP
It works really well with company-owned iPhones set up using Apple DEP. The Android out of the box set up could use some improvements. Android BYOD works really well with a separate work profile on the phone that keeps personal apps and data separate.
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August 27, 2019

MobileIron Review

Score 8 out of 10
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We support and provide services to companies who utilize MobileIron. So I manage the MobileIron environments for those companies.

We also utilize our own instance for corporate devices. I manage that instance as well. For all parties, it addresses the issues of managing mobile devices and company property while allowing users to still have freedom of their phones.
  • Reporting - between Assemble and the newer updates they do a really good job on reports
  • Updates - usually when a new version of iOS comes out they support it quickly and efficiently
  • Custom searches - I enjoy the capabilities for custom search of devices or users since we get some different requests for each company we support
  • Ease of use - compared to AirWatch, MobileIron is a little hard to use and view, but it has improved
  • Cloud instance doesn't have the same settings as on-premise currently
  • Even with the cloud instance you need something on premise to support connecting to some Microsoft products
It's great for UEM; multiple types of devices including Windows and Mac computers. It can also support things like Raspberry Pis. The cloud instance has made significant improvements from when it was initially debuted, so I think that will be really good in the future.

If you're deciding between on-premise or cloud, know that the on-premise version currently has some additional features.
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August 24, 2019

Review of MobileIron

Score 8 out of 10
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We use MobileIron to manage our fleet of iPads, with MobileIron we are able to push apps to our devices.
  • It is easy to push apps and other content to devices.
  • It is nice to have different permission groups for different devices.
  • I wish that you could track the device's location easier and see where they are located when you want to disable them.
Well suited for managing ipads.
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August 14, 2019

UEM solution

Score 9 out of 10
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We are using MobileIron to manage our mobile devices. This is managed by the Endpoint Engineering team, the solution addresses the zero-touch issue we were having with our previous UEM.
  • MobileIron does a good job of inventory reports.
  • Pushing profiles across our company.
  • The user interface is not very intuitive and seems dated.
  • We are also in the process of migrating to AWS and it appears that we can not transfer our current environment.
MobileIron is best suited for companies looking for a solid UEM solution.
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Score 10 out of 10
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We use MobileIron as a full-blown Mobile Device Management (MDM) solution for over fifty thousand company-owned mobile endpoints. We utilize the tools for application management, remote wipe for lost/stolen devices, and data protection use cases as well as managing security policies on devices.
  • Remote wipe capability
  • Application management
  • Support services
  • Could use more capabilities in the wifi security space
MobileIron is a fully functional MDM that fulfills our security and mobile device lifecycle use cases at a fairly large scale. MobileIron also has some key partners and integrations that we rely on (that I won't name here but are easily found). In my opinion, it is well suited to all the basic MDM use cases in the industry.
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We use MobileIron to secure our BYOD and Corp mobile devices across the entire organization. One of the challenges many companies, and ours, deal with is securing private data, especially on portable devices such as tablets and cell phones. With MobileIron, we are able to keep better track of the status and location of each device. If one is lost, we are able to remotely wipe the device, keeping our data safe from those who should not have access to it. MobileIron is also able to apply restrictions to devices, lowering the chances of the users accidentally sharing that private data.
  • MobileIron has a very clean and simple to use interface. I have used other MDMs throughout my years and MI is the most intuitive of the bunch.
  • iDevice management is well done. Though all MDMs have the same access as the others, MobileIron makes it easy to implement with clear descriptions of what each option does.
  • The technical support is, for the most part, very professional, friendly, and helpful. There are still many things that I do not know how to do with MobileIron, but I am confident I can find an answer with the help of their support. The same cannot be said for other products within this realm.
  • Documentation is hard to find. Most of MobileIron's (MI) documentation can only be accessed through an MI account. This, in itself, is not a problem. The problem is locating specific information. Typically with other MDMs, a quick google search will point you to the location of the documentation within the official website. The way MI has their documentation locked down, I cannot find anything I'm looking for through a google search. Also, there were times documentation is locked by permissions and links provided by support are inaccessible to me due to these restrictions.
  • Sales - The sales team can sometimes come off as not genuine. I understand the purpose of sales is to sell and make money for the company, but the approach sometimes feels artificial; they say they have to company's best interest in mind, but the push for a sell like a car salesman.
  • Many of the automation options are not explicitly available into MobileIron Core. I have to use a special scripting language to make MI do the things I need it to do, such as automatically retire devices that have been inactive for 60 days.
Due to its ease of use, any organization that does not have a dedicated MDM Admin would benefit from MI.
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Score 9 out of 10
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We use MobileIron for the whole organization. It helps us manage all of our company-owned and user-owned mobile phones.
  • Ease of application deployment across multiple platforms
  • Advanced security policies to lock down mobile devices
  • Flexibility of deployment profiles and policies
  • Some applications lack flexibility in deployment options. This could be related to application developers themselves but some essential and popular applications like Outlook for mobile are still very hard to configure compared to others like Gmail.
We don't leverage all the features that MobileIron offers but I can see how it can help an organization in providing a simple yet powerful BYOD experience for a company.
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Score 9 out of 10
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Mcdean uses MobileIron as mobile device management for company iPads and personal smartphones. It is used company-wide, the IT department manages, installs, and troubleshoots issues. We track devices, pushing security policies, email configuration, applications to devices, ability to remove passwords/unlock if needed or remove email or app, update software, manage network settings and restrictions like what you are allowed to use and what you are not, or what you are able to install or not, send messages to devices or lock remotely or put in a lost mode and add message for the lock screen. Check all settings on devices and device information, storage used and current software version and app versions, update remotely.
  • Pushing security policies and email configuration is the main example of what we do and it always works great
  • Creating different labels and push needed application is very convenient, works fast.
  • Locating devices and locking them when lost, sending messages helps to locate lost devices.
  • Distribution of paid apps through Mobileiron works with some delays and you need to have Gold licenses for this option that cost 50% more. If we need something urgently installed, we just buy, for example, Bluebeam Revu app through Apple VPP and get codes to install manually.
  • It is good to have some pop-up notifications like, "your Apple development license expires soon" on such day so we do not have to look for why it is not working and we can not enroll devices, same with updates
  • Have to work on billing/purchase of licenses through a third party, AT&T in our case and they forget to apply discounts sometimes.
MobileIron is a very good mobile device management platform for expensive company devices so we can manage and track them remotely and for BYOD devices to push email and security features as well as separate personal and company data. It is not cheap and for some devices we use different free solutions like Cisco Meraki or Miradore that do what needs to be accomplished for those specific devices with fewer functionalities.
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Score 9 out of 10
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It is a secured app used for emails and other applications. It allows me to send secured emails throughout the hospital without violating patient information.
  • Secures emails on my phone.
  • Works well with other applications like Tiger Text.
  • Have to contact a systems administrator to remove the application.
  • Not as easy to install on an android as it is on an iPhone.
MobileIron is well suited for our work in the hospital, but not so much for personal email accounts.
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Score 8 out of 10
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MobileIron is being used within our entire organization to deliver, administer and control all corporate mobile devices. Including but not limited to Apple iPads, Apple iPhones and Android devices. It serves to address compliance, control, deployment, security and administration of all mobile devices for business use. Coupled with Apple's Deployment Enrollment Program MobileIron has been proven to be a steadfast MDM solution which has grown with technology changes over the years. It has proved detrimental in providing solutions to common mobile business issues. We've implemented a corporate acceptance policy where no device is connected to our corporate network without MobileIron installed and configured.
  • Removes only corporate information and apps when retiring devices
  • Device registration is intuitive and robust
  • App deployment is simple and unique
  • Ability to limit user control over corporate installed apps
  • Location services for lost or stolen devices is limited
  • More separation between corporate and personal information
Mobile sales force - Well suited and appropriate given the audience. IT resources - Well suited for daily and follow the sun support. Email, calendar and contacts delivery for all mobile devices whether personal or corporately owned. Less suited for finance personnel where mobile devices aren't used for most of their daily work. Since we are a global company the adoption of Mobileiron has been installed and accepted throughout all our country offices. If I had to recommend one MDM solution it would be Mobileiron for its control and administration features.
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Score 8 out of 10
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MobileIron is the EMM solution for our organization. It is deployed for corporate-liable and personal-liable users across the entire org. It addresses mobility, efficiency, productivity and security.
  • Organization: with it's flexible label structure and hooks into ActiveDirectory, MobileIron is effective at applying different policies to different groups of employees, depending on the country they live and work in.
  • Reporting: Generating and interpreting reports is a task that is quickly learned and executed.
  • Adaptability: MobileIron adapts to the changing mobile environment by incorporating and testing up-and-coming technologies such as Android Enterprise and Apple Business Manager (formerly DEP)
  • We are flying blind when it comes to supporting our userbase during registration. We often have to visualize the registration steps they are going through, and there is a need to help them navigate the process. MDM Global Admins need better tools to assist with registration and troubleshooting. E.g. apps like Soti Mobi Connect, which allow us to see what the end-user is seeing during troubleshooting. The Core console should have a progress meter that reports where in the registration process each device is, and possible faults along the way (such as the user entering in a wrong password, or didn't accept an "Always Allow" setting).
  • The process to register a DEP/Apple Business Managed device with managed apps needs to be simplified. E.g. GroundControl without the wired connections
  • Provide global admins with a way to mimic a space admin's level of access. For example, while writing support documents (for our space admins who have less access to Core functionality than Global admins), I first have to test the steps with an individual space admin on the phone to make sure they can access the functionality my document references.
  • MobileIron needs end-point protection/antivirus/antimalware to be an integrated part of the solution. I understand this is already in the works, but it couldn't come sooner.

MobileIron is well-suited for mid-to-large companies and scales well with size. It offers on-prem and cloud-based solutions depending on the needs of the company.

The Core admin console (aside from the Dashboard) could use a rework. It has a dated look and doesn't give us enough information about the device. For example, has the user fully opened all the managed apps or just stopped once email started working? Are they stuck on a specific section of the initial registration process? Are they having an issue with their Apple ID (MAJOR pain point) that is preventing them from downloading the managed apps?

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Score 8 out of 10
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We use MobileIron to secure company cell phones issued to doctors and extenders that need access to email and other resources on the go. Our primary reason for purchasing MobileIron initially was for email encryption and phone security. Being able to manage users access to business resources and be confident that a lost device would not result in a regulatory infraction.
  • Securely delivering email.
  • Enforcing phone security policies.
  • Providing management and visibility of mobile devices.
  • At this time, we have had users have issues with their devices checking the servers only if they use cellular and not WiFi.
  • Getting into additional features beyond the basics is not as intuitive as we would like.
  • Notifications and notification conditions could be broader to allow more types of alerts.
In our case, we needed a basic security solution for securing mobile devices and data being sent and stored on them. MobileIron offers a lot of additional features that we have not even started to take advantage of. For someone looking for a mobile device management solution that also offers business functions I would say MobileIron does a good job.
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Score 8 out of 10
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It is used by the end users as part of their day in and day activities (mail, contacts, calendar).
  • Secure.
  • Streamlined setup.
  • Good user experience without compromising the security.
  • Requires detailed documentation for troubleshooting and log analysis.
  • Requires more features for Android devices.
It is a good MDM solution and it does pretty much what is designed to do. But it does not have the plug and play capabilities of connecting to Azure, unlike other MDM solution. Need Improvements in reporting features.
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Score 8 out of 10
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MobileIron is made available across the whole organization where ever having corporate email access is needed on a mobile device. Mostly these are corporate issued phones but in some cases employee owned devices are allowed. We have security needs for most of our clients, and we have security standards, NIST, that we need to meet. MobileIron apps allow us to comply with those needs.
  • It does connect with Microsoft Exchange well to provide email access, search functions, and flexibility with attachments
  • Allows proxy access to specified corporate resources
  • Facilitates viewing and some editing of documents securely on the phone in multiple formats
  • There are some outstanding issues I would like to see fixed. In the iOS version the Email+ app doesn't handled failed to send messages.
  • In the Android version of Email+ there are issues with password updates that make it difficult to do.
  • Web@work in the Android version lacks flexibility in authentication method.
It's suited to a secure presentation of email and resources within the corporate domain. Particularly for the individual's email, contacts, and calendar. Not functional for group email or group calendars. Useful for viewing and some editing of documents, but not appropriate as a repository as it does not sync documents. Good for accessing resources within corporate domain, but it can be tricky getting it to work.
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April 22, 2019

MobileIron Review

Score 8 out of 10
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MobileIron is used across the company for managed devices and BYOD. Kiosk and e-mail access among the features we mostly use. Is also synced with our LDAP for automation in app deployment, management, and configurations. It is especially useful with the new integrations with Android Enterprise (AFW); this is now going to allow us to try shared kiosk and ameliorate production environments.
  • Kiosk mode
  • App management
  • Device inventory
  • User management
  • User experience (label, user, configs, policies mgmt).
  • Objects info
  • Search range
  • Filter options
In my experience is a pretty good tool for big enterprises but it requires a lot of backend work for it to work efficiently. It is well suited for AD integration and management, app development vs public source, and devices built per area. For big enterprises that don't have this type of organization, it is pretty hard to implement the solution.
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Score 8 out of 10
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MobileIron is used as our primary MDM and we use it to maintain our fleet of Samsung Tablets, Apple iPhones, and a limited number of Android Phones. We use it across the whole organization. It enables us to deploy line of business apps as well as third-party apps to all devices.
  • They do a good job of providing training resources and technical documentation.
  • It does well at keeping track of assets and letting you know if any have fallen out of trust.
  • App wrapping, document management, email management, et cetera.
  • The pricing is fairly steep.
  • Sometimes the labels and policies get a bit confusing.
I think if you were only deploying and managing Android devices then the MDM offering from Google might make more sense. In a mixed environment it is very valuable to have.
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My organization uses MobileIron to manage several hundred tablets used for our retail and development experiences. We have relied on MobileIron for approximately two years. We rely on MDM to secure the tablets, update our custom apps, and to remotely manage the tablets (restart, update, etc.). We use MobileIron's web/cloud services to group and organize devices; we also use MobileIron API's to upload app binaries up to the cloud for later push to devices.
  • Tight integration with the native tablet operating system to expose configuration points (WiFi network, Bluetooth status, etc.)
  • Support staff respond to tickets within SLA
  • Frequent email updates about system changes/downtime, etc.
  • Some of the API's we use seem to be under-tested. We've had outages as a result of API's behaving unexpectedly.
  • We see high variability in system latency; calls to API's frequently time out.
  • The web interface is not intuitive for managing devices and device groups. I have to jump between multiple screens to retrieve device status; filters and search results are usually discarded as I move back and forth between pages.
  • I've posted questions to their private forums and did not receive a response. Seems opening tickets is only way to get a response.
For use-cases where owners need to manage a medium to large collection of mobile devices using a web interface and expect to modify device settings/apps weekly/monthly, MobileIron may be useful. For clients who need to use custom API's to upload apps, or who need to modify many devices every day, MobileIron may not be sufficiently reliable.
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Score 9 out of 10
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MobileIron is used to secure our mobile iOS devices and push out internally used applications to the whole organization.
  • Maintain a secure mobile environment
  • Keep all devices on the same iOS version
  • Provide access to mobile apps across the organization
  • Upgrading of the system is some times rocky
  • Difficulty of DEP not working when certain things are set up in iCloud
  • VPN tunnel logs are lacking
MobileIron has given us the ability to manage and maintain our mobile devices. It has allowed our users to set up devices without support intervention, allowing for a quick turn around for readiness of the end users. Security within the tool has allowed us to quickly lock down a device that was lost and unlock it when it was recovered. This prevented the end user from losing productivity.
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May 20, 2019

MobileIron

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MobileIron is the legacy solution for MDM in our organization. It is used to ensure device compliance and tunnel traffic.
  • MobileIron Sentry provides a simple way to tunnel application traffic back into the organization.
  • The upgrade procedure for MobileIron appliances is fast and simple.
  • Tunneling of all applications does not work in my experience.
  • The prioritization of configurations is not intuitive.
MobileIron is not competitive in price and features for organizations with a large Azure presence who wish to leverage things like CA integration. This is not entirely their fault, as Microsoft is leveraging Azure integration to the benefit of Intune.
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May 18, 2019

MobileIron Review

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We use MobileIron widely, more than 10000+ users across the world. We are using it mainly for security reasons and device management.
  • We can easily manage the devices.
  • Security is high: preventing unauthorized access, even though in the case of a lost device.
  • We can restrict users from unwanted usage and apps.
  • If we install MI Cloud on iPhone devices the already saved contacts are missing/syncing with the email contacts. Then, if we remove MI Cloud all the contacts wiped away. I had a case with MI Support before and this is something needs to be addressed by the developers.
If it's a big organization, it is always good to be with MI for security compliances as well as managing the devices. As a system admin, I can easily manage these devices from anywhere with visibility to ensure it is in compliance with our company policies.
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Score 9 out of 10
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We use it for the majority of the agencies we support. It's currently used for email, calendars, tasks and contacts, but we plan on expanding that in the future. It keeps agency emails off of mobile devices and allows us to monitor the status and health of the devices monitored. It also allows us to locate lost devices.
  • It's easy to administrate from just about anywhere.
  • Their tech support is top notch.
  • They are always improving their product and with use customer feedback for upcoming improvements.
  • A more seamless transfer from on-prem to off-prem. This is something they are working on for an upcoming release.
  • The ability to force a device to check-in even if the device is locked.
  • The ability to shutdown the MobileIron CORE and Sentrys...currently they can only be rebooted.
It handles all of the mobile platforms...Android, iOS and Windows...very well. You can make changes on the fly and their tech support is very helpful and knowledgeable.
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About MobileIron

MobileIron is a solution for unified endpoint management (UEM) and mobile device management (MDM). The vendor says MobileIron is the industry’s first mobile-centric, zero trust platform built on the foundation of unified endpoint management to secure access and protect data across the perimeter-less enterprise. The vendor's goal is to redefine enterprise security. The vendor reports that over 17,000 customers, including the world’s largest financial institutions, intelligence agencies, and other highly regulated companies use MobileIron to enable a seamless and secure user experience by ensuring only authorized users, devices, apps, and services can access business resources.

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