Vodafone Ireland Launches MDM Solution Built on Asavie Moda Platform for SME Sector

Vodafone Ireland Launches MDM Solution Built on Asavie Moda Platform for SME Sector Image Credit: Asavie

Vodafone Ireland, the country’s largest mobile operator has launched a new mobile security solution, VDC built on Asavie Moda platform for SME Sector.

The solution enables businesses to protect and control employees’ mobile device usage and aid GDPR compliance and drive cost savings.

VDC is built on Asavie Moda, a cloud-based, self-service solution, enabling employees to work securely on any device, from anywhere. VDC offers network protection against business mobile threats and zero-day exploits.

Its essential mobile device management (MDM) capabilities enable companies to physically protect the device with password, lock, locate and wipe features. This helps businesses comply with Global Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) by securing the mobile device and the data on the device. It also helps businesses control the costs of employee mobile data usage and avoid experiencing “bill shock” when an employee exceeds their data plan.

VDC is a SIM-based solution, with any malicious sites blocked before they are accessed. Web-based management enables an administrator to run VDC even if the SIM card is removed and inserted into another device. Additionally, end users can view their usage via the Data Control App available on iTunes and the App Store, as well as on mobile handsets, tables, Mi-Fi and data cards.

Paula Corcoran, Product Manager for IoT & Mobility Solutions, Vodafone Ireland
Until recently there has been no easy to use, all-in-one solution to protect how devices consume mobile data. VDC now addresses this issue by offering sophisticated tools to help businesses comply with the latest regulations.

Ralph Shaw, CEO, Asavie 
VDC proactively addresses the risks and regulatory concerns of running a mobile workforce in today’s hyper-connected world. Any company operating today without a robust mobile security and data control solution runs the risk of exposing itself to a variety of financial and regulatory policy breaches. 

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

For tips and feedback, email Ray at ray.sharma(at)thefastmode.com, or reach him on LinkedIn @raysharma10, Facebook @1RaySharma

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