Apperian Delivers Day-Of Support For iOS 10 & Android 7 for Enterprises and App Users
September 08, 2016

Apperian is offering day-of support to help developers and enterprises ensure their enterprise mobile apps and users aren’t disrupted as they update to iOS 10.

The company also recently announced its full support for Android 7.0 Nougat, as Google begins rolling out new devices running its latest operating system.

As operating system providers advance their platforms and launch new capabilities, it’s important for organizations to understand the potential benefits and risks they may introduce. This is particularly true in organizations that support BYOD programs and employ extended enterprise workers in which end users choose when and where to upgrade their devices, as IT may not have the ability to force all users to the same version of the operating system.

“Each mobile operating system update brings new capabilities that help advance how mobility can be used in the enterprise, but the updates also come with challenges that can be difficult for developers and IT departments to prepare for,” said Brian Day, President and CEO of Apperian. “Our product teams understand this at the deepest level and we have a track record of helping our customers and their users manage transitions smoothly and quickly to ensure they continue to get the most out of their mobile initiatives.”

By leveraging the Apperian mobile application management and security platform, organizations apply fine-grained security and dynamic policy controls to individual enterprise apps. App-level security ensures that app data and organizations are protected whether or not the devices themselves are enrolled in mobile device management (MDM). This enables secured apps to be distributed to 100% of potential users.

The Apperian dynamic policy engine and Apperian-powered enterprise app stores provide full support for iOS 10 and Android 7.

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