Appdome integrates into the AppConfig community
|Richard Harris in Enterprise Monday, August 14, 2017|
Mobile app integration company joins the AppConfig community providing security standards, single sign on, and VPN services.
“The AppConfig standard sets the bar on enterprise readiness for apps in the workplace,” explains Tom Tovar, CEO of Appdome. “Our goal is to speed adoption of AppConfig by eliminating the development, implementation and maintenance burden associated with manually integrating the standard and allow developers who build apps for the enterprise to implement AppConfig in seconds.”
Common use cases:
- App Configuration: Leveraging native OS-level APIs, apps can auto-configure URLs, ports, email addresses and more to simplify the app setup process for end users and alleviate help desk and documentation burden caused by manual setup.
- App Tunnel: Using per-app VPN, app users can access web services behind a corporate firewall.
- Single Sign On: AppConfig Community specifies the best practice for an App to leverage open authentication standards and configurations using a MDM solution to facilitate a seamless single sign on experience.
- Security Policies: Apps can use security policies that work across MDM vendors, including data at rest encryption, passcodes, document sharing, app backup, disable screen capture, remote app wiping and disable clipboard and copy-paste.
“Manually implementing and maintaining AppConfig takes a lot of work,” said Oren Ariel, CTO and Co-Founder at Capriza, “Appdome for AppConfig supports ISVs, allowing more app makers to embrace AppConfig without code or coding.”
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