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Mobile Mentor Partners with Citrix

Published: Thu 5 Sep 2013 02:33 PM
2nd 5th September 2013
Mobile Mentor Partners with Citrix
Mobile Mentor has partnered with Citrix to deliver a comprehensive suite of enterprise mobility solutions to corporate and government organisations.
This partnership provides clients with a compelling combination of break-through technology with a full range of professional services and support.
The Enterprise Mobility Management market is moving at an incredible pace, giving enterprises more and more exciting options to secure and manage mobile devices, content and applications according to their needs.
With the acquisition of Zenprise in late 2012 and the subsequent integration of the Zenprise MDM product into its mobility range, Citrix now has one of the best end-to-end enterprise mobility solutions in the market corporate and for for both corporate and government customersclients. ‘XenMobile Enterprise’ includes identity and access management (Netscaler), mobile device management (XenMobile MDM), mobile application management and containerisation ( App(App Controller MAM) in addition to enterpriseto enterprise data storage and an enterprise collaboration system (ShareFile).
As a Citrix Mobile Solution Advisor, Mobile Mentor provides consulting, implementation, training and on-going support services for Citrix the XenMobile Enterprise solution.
Mobile Mentor also provides strategy & policy consulting, enterprise app development, mobile expense management and 24x7 user support and mentoring. With a presence in Auckland, Wellington, Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide, Mobile Mentor is well positioned to service government agencies and corporate enterprisecorporate enterprise clients.
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