Trend Micro Mobile Security 8.0 released
Posted on 19 July 2012.
Trend Micro launched Trend Micro Mobile Security (TMMS) 8.0 which enhances the enforcement of existing password and encryption policies as well as provides more granular remote wipe capabilities.


It also introduces a mobile application management system that allows IT to automatically push corporate apps to iOS, Blackberry and Android devices.

TMMS 8.0 is available as a plug-in for the Trend Micro OfficeScan solution and easily integrates directly into a company's existing IT management infrastructure, greatly reducing the cost and complexity of deploying a mobile security/management solution.
  • Mobile Device Security helps businesses enforce data protection policies that keeps sensitive information on personal devices secure. TMMS 8.0 provides mobile devices with protection from the latest threats and malware and advanced functionalities, such as selective wipe and encryption tools, keeps sensitive corporate information secure.
  • Mobile Device Management helps businesses manage a diverse array of mobile devices from a single management console. Additionally, it also covers device enrollment and provisioning, as well as policy enforcement and inventory detail.
  • Mobile Application Management helps businesses control which apps may be installed on devices, as well as provides businesses with the ability to push key corporate apps to all devices.
  • Mobile Device Protection provides remote lock, remote wipe and password protection for devices that are lost or stolen.
Features included in TMMS 8.0 are suitable for both personally-owned and company-owned devices, allowing protection to be tailored for each type of user.

Pricing is per user, rather than per device, unlike much of the competition, and comes with volume based discounts. It varies for new customer vs. existing upgrade, but a new customer can expect to pay around $31.50 the 1st year for 500 users and $9.50 for subsequent years, per user.





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