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Description

MobileIron's Mobile@Work securely connects your iOS device to your company network so that you can easily access email and other work resources.
Best Technology
• Purpose-built for Mobile IT with millions of users globally
• Complete separation of corporate and personal data
• 500+ of Global 2000 customers
• More than 97% customer support satisfaction rate

With just a few quick steps, Mobile@Work makes getting access to corporate resources easy on your iOS device:

► PRIVACY: Visual Privacy capabilities provide transparency to employees by allowing them to view exactly which data their company can see and which actions their company can take on the device.
► FAST ACCESS: Immediate access to corporate email, calendar and contacts.
► AUTOMATED: Connect automatically to corporate Wi-Fi and VPN networks.
► EASY: Discover and install work related applications on your device wherever you are.
► SECURE: Automated compliance with corporate security policies.
► FIND MY PHONE: Locate lost or stolen devices and remotely manage them.

NOTES: 1) MobileIron Mobile@Work™ Client requires use of Apple iOS 11.0 or later.
2) Mobile@Work works in conjunction with MobileIron Core deployed by your company’s IT organization. Please follow the instructions from your IT organization to use this app. Mobile@Work is required to access corporate resources and therefore should not be removed without first consulting your IT organization. Visual Privacy allows your organization to see device details such as model name, OS version, roaming status, and company apps. However, IT cannot see personal information such as personal email, text messages, personal contacts, photos and videos and voicemail.

Learn about Mobile Device Management: http://www.mobileiron.com/en/solutions/mobile-device-management
Learn about Mobile Security: http://www.mobileiron.com/en/solutions/mobile-security
Learn about BYOD: http://www.mobileiron.com/en/solutions/byod
Learn about Visual Privacy: https://www.mobileiron.com/en/video/visual-privacy

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What’s New

Version 12.11.12

* Bug fixes and improvements

Ratings and Reviews

2.3 out of 5
428 Ratings

428 Ratings

2for1Bill ,

Doesn’t play well with fitness apps

I’ve had the MobileIron security on my IPhone X for a couple of years now and about 6 months ago I started having problem with my fitness apps on my Apple Watch. I usually carry both phone and watch when I run. Running distances weren’t accurate. Over an 8 mile run, I would lose about a mile. The problem went away after I deleted the MobileIron app and discontinued the device management. And then it came back again after I re-installed. I would delete it permanently but unfortunately I need it for work. Very frustrating.

JKristinsson ,

Irritating and buggy

While providing a secure way of accessing corporate email and another resources, the app is quite buggy. Launched automatically when Email+ or other in-suite apps, it’s supposed to verify device compliance, log in the user (FaceTime) and then hand back over to the originating app. But this never happens - it just verified device compliance and stops there. One need to switch back to Email+ in order to be once again forwarded to this buggy app before user authentication happens.

Also, might be my company policies, but as new iOS versions are not automatically approved, more then once, I had my phone automatically update iOS overnight and the first check of emails using Email+/MobileIron in the morning rendered my device non-compliant and Email+, together with my on device email and settings is wiped and I am without access to my corporate resources until some IT resource person have had their morning coffee and decided that the iOS security update indeed made the device more secure.

This app and the whole suite uses old fashion security approaches and offers little convenience for the users. If you are stuck with this solution because of your company polices, I’m so sorry for you.

The Stig Again ,

Terrible App

This, and the Docs@Work companion, have been nothing but trouble. Crashes, bugs, etc. Our IT department chose this app for security purposes, but the app functionality for the user is nothing but trouble. The document management functions work/don't work inconsistently. Just trying to sign a document can be an exercise in frustration. The pop up menus appear and disappear on a whim and the signature save function will work then not work. I'll amend a document then save it, then the app won't let me have access to it again. Now I'm told that there is a new update and Mobileiron will no longer work with any iOS less than 10, so my 3rd Gen iPad (which can't be upgraded beyond 9) won't run it, which means I would have to spend hundreds of dollars on a new iPad just to run Mobileiron, which isn't even working properly on my iPhone 8 with iOS 11!

App Privacy

The developer, MobileIron, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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