Denver Technology’s preferred mobility solution is based on Citrix technologies such as XenMobile, for a complete, secure approach to:
- traditional Mobile Device Management (MDM),
- Mobile Application Management (MAM) and
- Mobile Content Management (MCM)…
- …collectively referred to by Gartner as Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM).
We have been Citrix partners for many years and work with many parts of the Citrix stack – for example see our Citrix Health Check.
Where budget is an issue, we can also design and implement Microsoft based solutions.
Denver Technology has done a large number of Citrix mobile implementations – contact us to see why many clients see enormous benefits in a Citrix solution. We believe this really is a case of you get what you pay for.
Flexible Ways of Working
BYOD (or BYOT) refers to the policy of permitting employees to bring personally owned mobile devices (laptops, tablets, and smart phones) to their workplace, and to use those devices to access company information and applications. While the concept was initially rejected by an enterprise client, due to security concerns, they are now realising that consumerisation is a reality of every work place and needs to be facilitated. While there are perceived benefits (e.g. productivity gains, cost savings, staff morale), Denver works with our client’s on implementing security measures and controls such as:
- device location/wiping
- activity monitoring
- antivirus/malware scanning
- connectivity to the organisation’s network, and
- policy creation and implementation.
Our client’s often require the ability to record/read data while in the field or off site. Where previously printed material was taken out into the field, and results manually written up, users can now automatically interact with systems via mobile interfaces on hand-helds, mobile phones, rugged laptops and tablets. Assets are more readily managed through tagging such as barcodes, RFIDs, analysers, probes. Using existing networks, or through industrial wireless, productivity is no longer has to be affected by a user’s physical location. Processes are made more seamless as interaction points are data re-entry are reduced
Denver has experience with improving the accessibility of data through SaaS, SAS, vendor platforms, custom development and security layers. Thickness monitoring (or piping), workflow/process task sign off, and store’s inventory are examples of recent projects. Operator rounds and process data display projects are currently underway
 Software as a Service
 Statistical Analysis System