GlobalProtect Mobile Security Manager
Palo Alto Networks GlobalProtect Mobile Security Manager
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Our company uses [Palo Alto Networks] GlobalProtect Mobile Security [Manager] to manage the large number of mobile phones and devices we …
We are currently using this across the organization as our primary remote access tool for information workers. It was our replacement for …
GlobalProtect addresses both desktop and mobile device security. We use it to permit access to company resources along with being able to …
It was used by the whole organization. It provided secure access to the company network.
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|GlobalProtect™ delivers the protection of next-generation security platform to the mobile workforce in order to stop targeted cyberattacks, evasive application traffic, phishing, malicious websites, command-and-control traffic, and known and unknown threats.|
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With our work force most remotely for the unforeseeable future this has been an extremely useful tool to manage all our remote VPN access and iOS devices in one place. Easy to install and our users have very little issues getting connected and staying connected. Certificates can be a little tricky sometimes but it's rarely an issue.
I would highly recommend it as it surpassed our previous tool in almost all scenarios. The only reason why I may not suggest it is if you do not already have Palo Alto networks tools in place. I am unsure how the management of the system would be without the firewalls or networking devices in place.
As long as you have a corporate standard it is relatively easy to configure and can be easily trained on. It falls short when there are a variety of devices and scenarios to support. The “one offs” make it more difficult to support and upgrade.
It is well suited for both small and large organizations. It is very configurable so it can grow with your organization's needs.