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Apperian Launches World?s First Remote Control for iOS DevicesNew Feature Provides Full-System Remote Control for Apple iPhone and iPad (October 18, 2012)
New Feature Provides Full-System Remote Control for Apple iPhone and iPad
London, UK ? October 18, 2012 ? Enterprise mobile application management (MAM) pioneer Apperian today announced the availability of its iOS Remote Control feature in Europe as part of the company?s Enterprise App Services Environment (EASE) platform. Launched last week in the US, Remote Control for iOS is the first and only solution that empowers IT departments to remotely view and interact with employees? iOS devices as if the device was directly in front of them.
?This is a brand new technology ? the world's first Remote Control solution for iOS devices,? said Kim Dennis, Director of Sales at Apperian Europe. ?It helps solve real-world problems, especially for enterprises adopting BYOD, in a way that simply wasn't possible before.
?This new feature is like having access to your very own IT department. Remote Control helps businesses troubleshoot iOS device problems quickly and efficiently, regardless of the employee?s location, ensuring that remote workers have the best possible experience.?
As BYOD becomes more prevalent in enterprise environments, with Forrester finding that 64% of firms are expanding their mobility support in response to staff demands*, Apperian?s iOS Remote Control feature helps IT departments increase device uptime and streamline support requests for iOS devices by letting trained technical professionals service iOS devices from anywhere.
The new feature does not require any additional coding or a Software Development Kit (SDK) and is available to enterprises as an integrated function of Apperian?s EASE platform. Remote Control for iOS also offers app-level privacy controls, so that employees don?t have to worry about inadvertent or malicious access to personal information.
To learn more about iOS Remote Control, join Jeremy Debate, lead architect at Apperian, on Wednesday, October 24th at 6:00PM BST / 1:00 PM ET, as he unveils the new feature. To register please visit:http://go.apperian.com/WebinarRegistration2.html.
* Tech Central, Enterprises expanding mobility support for BYOD workers, 15th October 2012