SAP addresses enterprise-grade mobile content management and security in four critical areas: authentication, encryption, compliance and sharing . Key features of SAP Mobile Documents are planned to include:
Open Choice for Customers
- A software development kit (SDK) for easily embedding powerful, secure file distribution capabilities into SAP and non-SAP applications
- Individual file sync so users can access the content they want, when they want it
- Corporate shared documents so enterprises can publish documents to user groups who need specified content
- Simplified interoperability with enterprise content management platforms, such as Sharepoint and the SAP Netweaver® Portal component, through the open Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) standard for the utmost level of flexibility, credibility and control
- Secure use cases for personal file access to portal content, knowledge management resources and Microsoft SharePoint
The mobile content management solution set from SAP helps ensure customer choice through a variety of internally and partner-developed products designed to meet the wide-ranging content needs for today's businesses. For customers that have already implemented a mobile content management solution, SAP Afaria provides an additional level of confidence that the mobile devices accessing company documents are business-ready and secure. SAP Afaria supports leading enterprise mobile content management vendors — including Accellion, Alfresco, Box, OpenText, Soonr, WatchDox and YouSendIt — to help ensure companies minimize security risk while continuing with their existing solutions. To read more from these vendors, see: "
Quote Sheet: SAP to Answer Need for Highly Secure, Enterprise-Grade Mobile Content Management
Both SAP Mobile Documents and SAP Afaria are planned to be available on premise and in the cloud. For more information, register for: "
Webinar: Introducing SAP Mobile Documents
, and "
Gartner Webinar: Tackling the Risk of Corporate Content on Mobile Devices
. For a closer look, see:
"Video: SAP Mobile Documents
For more information, including additional news from SAP at Mobile World Congress, visit the
IDC, "Worldwide Mobile Enterprise Management Software 2012 – 2016 Forecast and Analysis and 2011 Vendor Shares" report,
Gartner, "Mobile File Synchronization Evaluation Criteria",
May 1, 2012
Nucleus Research m2: "Content management returns
for every dollar spent,"
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