McAfee, 2e2 Launch Cloud-Based Mobile Device Management

[Techtaffy Newsdesk]

McAfee and 2e2 have formed a partnership to globally deliver McAfee Enterprise Mobility Manager (McAfee EMM) software to service providers and enterprises as a cloud-based managed service. Partnering with 2e2, McAfee will be delivering cloud-based access to customizable mobile device management and security solutions to large and small commercial customers through Telcos and Service Providers.

Chris Kenworthy (Senior vice president, McAfee): Threats to smartphones are becoming more common and the need to secure mobile devices has never been more important.  IT security operations want to adopt new technologies and support new mobile platforms, operating systems and architectures, while maintaining corporate security and compliance.

2e2 is an ICT Lifecycle Services Provider; providing end-to-end next generation IT services.  2e2 has been providing IT services for some 15 years, with 2,200 employees in the UK, USA, Ireland, Spain, Benelux, Channel Islands and the Isle of Man.

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