iOS 5 Announcements

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I'm here at WWDC, where there are several fantastic announcements for the enterprise community.

  • No iTunes activation required ("PC Free")
  • Over the Air OS Updates
  • Delta updates will be much smaller
  • S/MIME encrypted mail
  • Improved Mail offline support
  • BBM-like messaging: "iMessage" to all iOS devices. Includes delivery & read receipts.
  • iPad 2 AirPlay integration displays fullscreen wireless to Apple TV, etc.
  • Daily backups to iCloud over WiFi

Coming this fall. will support all iOS Devices which are currently supported.
More information coming (at least, the information not under NDA).

What is your favorite feature?

Toward Complete Mobile Device Management

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Any iOS administrator with a real deployment in operation can tell you this: Today's MDM solutions are only a fraction of the puzzle. In the real world, a complete solution is much more complicated.

Physical Device Management, specifically imaging and deployment, is the biggest pain point today. For iOS it is all manual work: iTunes, cables, mouse clicks, etc. Alternatives are desperately needed if today's pilots will scale.

Policy Management is a relatively mature space, as these things go. There are quite a few vendors, such as MobileIron, AirWatch, and Casper Suite. Although these vendors often bleed into other domains, they focus on policy management.

Application Management is a pretty sparse field. Companies such as Apperian and AppCentral allow for hosted enterprise app catalogs, but these are disconnected from other management services. MDM providers can offer private app catalogs as well, but these don't offer update services.

File Management, to manage the distribution and policies on centralized files, is relatively new. There are a few nascent tools such as mobilEcho and SilverSync in this space.

The big players today want to own the entire space, one-size-fits-all. They are thinking of what RIM did with BES. But this strategy ends up with a mobile environment without many options for the user. And like it or not, user choice is one of the foundations of the iOS platform. (Think of the App Store with nearly 400,000 apps.)

Instead, I believe we would be better off with a small set of standards that encourage independence and interoperability. Let each company make its choice for file or app or policy management. Encourage innovation and differentiation.

And how does this look?

Automatic Provisioning: I think many of us share the same dream: A newly provisioned device should automatically install certificates, policies, apps, configurations and documents appropriate for that user. Wouldn't that be nice? I don't think it would even be difficult, technically. Apple would need to integrate MDM enrollment into device registration. (Easy for me to say, right?)

Pluggable App Policies: MDM systems are pretty good today for setting up device restrictions, imagine if they were able to reach into application configurations. This is already done for SSL VPNs, where a configuration profile can pass policies to Cisco, Juniper and F5 iOS VPN clients. mobilEcho has a similar model for centralized configuration through their own server. The only way to extend this to the huge number of apps is to create a standard way of plugging into MDM consoles. App developers could, if they wanted to be included, develop their own console plug-in to this spec. Their app would then query the OS for installed MDM profiles and then request an config from the MDM server.

Policy-based Access Controls: File management on iOS is today just way too leaky. Any app can implement "Open In..." with a single line of Objective-C. But "Open In" simply makes another copy somewhere else. This is a policy and version control nightmare. So how many copies of that P&L statement do you want around? Imagine if a consortium of app developers agreed on a standard for policy-based file management. A push is already on for such a standard. I look forward to hearing more about it.

Next week will be a big one for us: How will iOS 5, iCloud, and Lion change this landscape? Stay tuned.

What to expect from WWDC

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Ryan Faas has an in Computerworld on what to expect from WWDC 2011.

He doesn't mention one thing to expect... drinks Wednesday night!. Join us at 7:30 PM on, at the Tunnel Top Bar, 601 Bush Street. This is sponsored by Group Logic (buying the drinks) and Tekserve (my employer) for the EiOS community.

I hope to see you there.

mobilEcho — Mobile File Management

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The Concept

  • Access file servers from iPad as easily as from your Windows or Mac laptop
  • Secure (encrypt) the data at rest and data in motion
  • Manage over the air (OTA) the configuration of mobilEcho

The mobilEcho Solution

  • Server – software that runs on Windows to proxy the file access of the iPad apps based on existing Access Control Lists (ACLs)
  • Protocol – designed specifically for mobile users with limited bandwidth, high performance expectations and to encrypt traffic at all times
  • App – that provides Windows Explorer / Mac Finder like navigation of file servers, preview and open in encryption of all files and configuration data and
  • Management – governs mobilEcho app behavior with configuration templates for each Active Directory (AD) User or Group

Set Up

  • Download and install the mobilEcho server software available from Group Logic
  • Define configuration "Profiles" for AD Users and/or Groups that need file access



  • Download to the iPad the mobilEcho app which is free from the App Store
  • Configure mobilEcho over the air based on your Active Directory Group Membership

Access

  • Browse files and folders on the server
  • Preview files and open in other apps for editing
  • Save files created or edited on the iPad to the server
  • Store files locally for offline use

Advantages

  • Enhance mobile user productivity
  • Access existing files (content) on storage your organization controls and manages
  • Avoid paying for redundant cloud storage
  • Maintain security and governance of your organization's information
  • Empower remote management of files on mobile devices

Enterprise iOS T-Shirts Coming to WWDC

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You can't have an Internet community without T-Shirts, and our shirts are on their way. They will make their debut on Wednesday, June 8, at our WWDC Meetup. These are courtesy my employer, Tekserve.

If you shoot me an E-mail I'll make sure to save one in your size.

See you there.

The Remote Access Choice: VPN or APN?

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(This article originally appeared in the blog iOS4Business, by Mathieu Bernier.)

When you’re working on an iPhone/iPad deployment project you will always come to the point where your customer or yourself asks, "How can I secure remote access to my company?"

The first answer that comes to mind is "Configure a VPN tunnel." But an underestimated way to secure the access to your internal assets is through the use of Access Point Names, or APNs.

What is an APN?

APNs are gateways typically hosted by your mobile phone carrier, allowing your mobile to browse Internet using the mobile network. In general, APNs are shared between users and you don’t even know that your phone uses this gateway to access Internet. But if you’re a big company and you prefer to have your own private APN hosted by your carrier, you can rent one for all your devices.

Advantages?

The big advantage is that when you use a private APN, the VPN tunnel is configured between the APN gateway and your VPN gateway. That takes away the battery problem you can encounter with traditionnal VPN deployments.

That’s the basic configuration offered by your provider. Usualy you can deploy more secured and scalable architecture, with redundancy, MPLS links if you have one etc… These APNs are usualy RADIUS compatible so you can, on your side, restrict access to your network only to devices registered in your fleet.

Disadvantages?

There are three main disadvantages using APN :

  1. First, the price. The rent is starting around 900 euros/month in France for a no-failover, simple configuration.
  2. You need to rent an APN in each country where you want to deploy your fleet.
  3. All your 3G data traffic is going to be redirected on your own network, in and out, so you need to make sure that your infrastructure can support this traffic growth.

Configuration

APNs can be set using the iPhone Configuration Utility or using most Mobile Device Management software.

On-Demand VPN Explained

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(This article originally appeared in the blog iOS4Business, by Mathieu Bernier.)

VPN On-Demand is the Holy Grail, for Apple. When you ask an Apple representative for a VPN solution, what you get in return is: VPN On-Demand. So, let’s discover what’s behind that door with a short procedure using iPhone Configuration Utility.

(I won’t cover the configuration of the VPN gateway in this article. You need to make sure that your VPN gateway is properly configured to accept Certificates authenticated connections.)

I. The Concept

The first thing you need to know about VPN On-Demand (VPoD) is : it’s a very simple concept.

  1. It allows administrators to define a Hosts Domain realm behind which all hosts must be accessed via a VPN connection.
  2. Whenever an application try to access one of the server behind that realm, the iOS device automaticaly starts the VPN tunnel.

That’s VPN "On-Demand".

II. Requirements

In order to make VPN On-Demand work properly, you need :

  • A compatible VPN gateway (Cisco, or any Cisco IPSec compatible third-party gateway, F5 SSL, JunOS Pulse etc …)
  • An enterprise Certificate Authority
  • The Authority CA Certificate
  • A personnal certificate delivered by the Certificates Authority

III. Certificates

The first thing you need to do is to import the CA Certificate and your personal Certificate in the iOS configuration profile.
It’s fairly easy to do that.

  1. Open the iPhone Configuration Utility on your desktop

  2. Go to "Certificates"

  3. Click on "Configure"

  4. You need to get your personal Certificate and (if you use a company-wide Certificate Authority) the CA Certificate of your authority. First, import your personal certificate. Enter the password of your choice (remember it !) and click OK.
  5. Do the same for the CA Certificate. It should not ask you for a password this time.
  6. Now you have imported both certificates in your profile.

IV. "On-Demand" Configuration

A few settings are required to configure the VPN On-Demand in the profile.

  1. Go to VPN

  2. Enter the VPN gateway and authentication settings values.

  3. Choose _Certificate_ as the authentication method for the device. Then select your personal certificate you imported earlier.

  4. Enable _VPN On-Demand_ option and add a new realm in the list

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In this example we created a realm "*.intranet.mycompany.com" with an action set to "Always establish". So now, any application trying to access a server behind "intranet.mycompany.com" will automaticaly setup a VPN tunnel to access it.

Upload the profile to your device, and then you are ready.

Simple as it looks like.

iOS Devices

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This page lists all known iOS devices and the latest firmware downloads for each.

Friendly Name Identifier Introduced Latest iOS Download
Apple Watch (38mm) Watch1,1 2015-02-25 1.0.1
12S632
2015-05-19
Apple Watch (42mm) Watch1,2 1.0.1
12S632
2015-05-19
iPhone 5 (Global) iPhone5,2 2012-09-14 8.3
12F70
2015-04-06
iPhone 6 iPhone7,2 2014-09-09 8.3
12F70
2015-04-04
iPhone 6 Plus iPhone7,1 2014-09-09 8.3
12F70
2015-04-04
iPhone 5s (Global) iPhone6,2 2013-09-14 8.3
12F70
2015-04-04
iPhone 5s (GSM) iPhone6,1 2013-09-14 8.3
12F70
2015-04-04
iPhone 5c (Global) iPhone5,4 2013-09-14 8.3
12F70
2015-04-04
iPhone 5c (GSM) iPhone5,3 2013-09-14 8.3
12F70
2015-04-04
iPhone 5 (GSM) iPhone5,1 2012-09-14 8.3
12F70
2015-04-04
iPhone 4[S] iPhone4,1 2011-10-07 8.3
12F70
2015-04-04
iPad Air 2 (Cellular) iPad5,4 2014-10-13 8.3
12F69
2015-04-01
iPad Air 2 (WiFi) iPad5,3 2014-10-13 8.3
12F69
2015-04-01
iPad Mini 3 (China) iPad4,9 2014-10-13 8.3
12F69
2015-04-01
iPad Mini 3 (Cellular) iPad4,8 2014-10-13 8.3
12F69
2015-04-01
iPad Mini 3 (WiFi) iPad4,7 2014-10-13 8.3
12F69
2015-04-01
iPad Mini 2 (China) iPad4,6 2014-03-04 8.3
12F69
2015-04-01
iPad Air (China) iPad4,3 2014-03-04 8.3
12F69
2015-04-01
iPad Mini 2 (Cellular) iPad4,5 2013-10-16 8.3
12F69
2015-04-01
iPad Mini 2 (WiFi) iPad4,4 2013-10-16 8.3
12F69
2015-04-01
iPad Air (Cellular) iPad4,2 2013-10-16 8.3
12F69
2015-04-01
iPad Air (WiFi) iPad4,1 2013-10-16 8.3
12F69
2015-04-01
Apple TV 3 (2013) AppleTV3,2 2013-01-25 8.3
12F69
2015-04-01
iPad 4 (Global) iPad3,6 2012-11-06 8.3
12F69
2015-04-01
iPad 4 (GSM) iPad3,5 2012-11-06 8.3
12F69
2015-04-01
iPad Mini (Global) iPad2,7 2012-11-06 8.3
12F69
2015-04-01
iPad Mini (GSM) iPad2,6 2012-11-06 8.3
12F69
2015-04-01
iPad 4 (WiFi) iPad3,4 2012-10-29 8.3
12F69
2015-04-01
iPad Mini (WiFi) iPad2,5 2012-10-29 8.3
12F69
2015-04-01
iPod touch 5 iPod5,1 2012-09-14 8.3
12F69
2015-04-01
iPad 3 (GSM) iPad3,3 2012-02-29 8.3
12F69
2015-04-01
iPad 3 (CDMA) iPad3,2 2012-02-29 8.3
12F69
2015-04-01
iPad 3 (WiFi) iPad3,1 2012-02-29 8.3
12F69
2015-04-01
iPad 2 (Mid 2012) iPad2,4 2012-02-29 8.3
12F69
2015-04-01
Apple TV 3 AppleTV3,1 2012-02-29 8.3
12F69
2015-04-01
iPad 2 (CDMA) iPad2,3 2011-03-03 8.3
12F69
2015-04-01
iPad 2 (GSM) iPad2,2 2011-03-03 8.3
12F69
2015-04-01
iPad 2 (WiFi) iPad2,1 2011-03-03 8.3
12F69
2015-04-01
Apple TV 2G AppleTV2,1 2010-09-27 7.1.2
11D258
2014-09-03
iPhone 4 (GSM / 2012) iPhone3,2 2012-09-14 7.1.2
11D257
2014-06-20
iPhone 4 (CDMA) iPhone3,3 2011-01-27 7.1.2
11D257
2014-06-20
iPhone 4 (GSM) iPhone3,1 2010-06-17 7.1.2
11D257
2014-06-20
iPod touch 4 iPod4,1 2010-08-31 6.1.6
10B500
2014-02-18
iPhone 3G[S] iPhone2,1 2009-06-10 6.1.6
10B500
2014-02-18
iPad 1 iPad1,1 2010-03-29 5.1.1
9B206
2012-04-27
iPod touch 3 iPod3,1 2009-09-04 5.1.1
9B206
2012-04-27
iPod touch 2G iPod2,1 2008-09-05 4.2
8C148
2010-11-18
iPhone 3G iPhone1,2 2008-07-08 4.2
8C148
2010-11-18
iPhone 2G iPhone1,1 2007-06-28 3.1.3
7E18
2010-01-22
iPod touch 1G iPod1,1 2007-09-11 1.1.5
4B1
2008-07-14

Firmware versions and links courtesy of the API at http://www.icj.me/ios/all

Help with App Store App Deployment, Licensing & Costs

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Hello there,

Can anyone help share their experiences with deploying App Store apps in a business? I thought it would be best to summarise my experience and knowledge so far:

  1. Firstly we have a Mobile Device Management server in place (www.soti.net), which we use to manage our fleet of 200 Windows PDAs. It also happens to support iOS devices, we are happy with the level of control but are struggling with App Store apps.
  2. Under Apple's Terms of Sale I understand that apps can only be used for "personal, non-commercial use". So I take it that we cannot buy apps for business, without breaching the agreement? It really doesn't make any sense that there is a "Business" section in the App Store either. I don't think I'm the only one to struggle
  3. Even if there was an enterprise agreement or it was ok - how would we deploy the Apps centrally? It seems the only ways are:
    • have the employee create a personal iTunes account, and then re-imburse the costs
    • have the employee create a business itunes account, and then cover the costs as expenses on company credit card
    • create a central IT dept account, and the "gift" the app

    In any case, the user ends up as the owner of thes software, and so when they leave they take it with them - which isn't what we want.

  4. Having an employee own the software, I understand this means there is a UK benefit in kind tax liabilty on the company. Does any one else have a method for managing this?
  5. Given the above would HM Revenue & Customs view the device as mixed use and then create another tax liabilty?
  6. Is it right that the only way to back up the device, documents, and app data is through iTunes?

If anyone can help, or share their experiences it would be greatly appreciated.

I am currently speaking with Vodafone, an Apple consultancy firm, Apple Business, and our Tax Officer - so I will update when I have any more info.

Thanks

Max

iOS 4.3.3 Stunts Location Services Caching

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In response to the recent publicity concerning location services caching, Apple has released iOS 4.3.3 (and iOS 4.2.8 for you poor Verizon folks). From the release notes:

This update contains changes to the iOS crowd-sourced location database cache including:

  • Reduces the size of the cache
  • No longer backs the cache up to iTunes
  • Deletes the cache entirely when Location Services is turned off

Products compatible with this software update:

  • iPhone 4 (GSM model)
  • iPhone 3GS
  • iPad 2
  • iPad
  • iPod touch (4th generation)
  • iPod touch (3rd generation)

This update is available via iTunes.

As always, e-lite.org has direct download links.

Raise a Glass at the 1st Ever WWDC Enterprise iOS Meetup

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Are you one of the lucky 5,000 going to WWDC? Well then, come out for a beer, won't you?

Wednesday, June 8 @ 7:30 PM (and on)
Tunnel Top Bar
601 Bush Street

It is easy to get there. From the Apple Store on Market just walk up Stockton 5 blocks. All iOS administrators are invited. Best of all, Group Logic is generously buying the drinks. Thanks also to Tekserve (my employer) for organizing.

The owner of the Tunnel Top is a guy named Ludvig, who says the bar in "the style of Northern France/Spain." I have absolutely no idea what this means. Come find out on June 8!

List of Apps That Support Open In

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iOS doesn't have a user-accessible file system. But apps are often narrowly focused, and they ought to work together. For example, how can you annotate a PDF from your cloud-hosted private storage? Ether your PDF annotating app must support your particular cloud, or your cloud app must support PDF annotation. Or, alternatively, your cloud app should be able to pass a file to your favorite PDF annotator, which can send the file back when done.

The best feature we have for this now is the "Open In..." button increasingly present in apps. Although not ideal (it ought to be called "Send a copy to...") it is what it is.

This is a list of apps that support saving copies of their files into other apps via the iOS "Open In..." functionality. Please add your favorite apps.

App Category Vendor Version Explanation
Adobe CreatePDF Business Adobe 1.0.2 Accepts supported document types via Open In...CreatePDF which converts them to PDF files via a cloud service; Exports converted PDF files via Open In for viewing/editing in other Apps
Adobe Reader Business Adobe 10.3 Adobe's PDF viewer for iOS; Exports PDF files via Open In for viewing/editing in other Apps
Box.net Business Box.net TBD TBD
Breezy Print and Fax Productivity Breezy All Provides secure printing and faxing functionality for documents opened in the app.
Coaxion Productivity Moprise All Coaxion is a priority inbox for documents. It supports real time sharing of documents to iPads and access to SharePoint, Office365, BOX and others. Supports Open In and Save Back.
Documents to Go Productivity DataViz TBD VIEW/EDIT/CREATE Word & Excel files(Office 2007/2008/2010)
VIEW PowerPoint, PDF, iWork, Text, .RTF
DropBox Productivity DropBox TBD TBD
Evernote Productivity Evernote 4.0.2 In the Preview pane only.
FileApp Business DigiDNA TBD TBD
FileBrowser Utilities Stratopherix TBD TBD
Filer Lite Productivity Hammock District TBD TBD
GoodNotes Productivity GoodNotes 2.5.1 TBD
GoodReader Productivity Goodiware 3.6.0 TBD
iAnnotate Productivity Aji Dev 1.5 TBD
iFortress Utilites CommandHub TBD The App allows users to make notes and take pictures, as well as import, organize and view documents. Once the data is inside the App, the user need no longer worry about data security, leakage and loss.
iPhoto 1.1 Apple Photo & video Can export JPG via Open In to all Apps registered for that file type.
iUnarchive Utilities De Voorkant 1.6.2 Extracts files from archives including Zip, rar, 7-zip, tar, gzip, bz2/BZip2, LhA and StuffI! including passworded files
Keynote 1.6.1 Apple Productivity Can export Keynote, PowerPoint or PDF via Open In to all Apps registered for the selected file type.
Mail Built-in Apple TBD Can export nearly any file type via Open In to all App registered for that file type.
mobilEcho Business GroupLogic 4.2 Exports all file types via Open In for viewing/editing in any App registered for that file type; accepts all file types via Open In for saving in local or network file system
Numbers Productivity Apple 1.6.2 Can export Numbers, Excel or PDF via Open In to all Apps registered for the selected file type.
Office2HD Business Byte2 TBD TBD
Pages Productivity Apple 1.6.2 Can export Pages, Word or PDF via Open In to all Apps registered for the selected file type.
Papers Productivity Mekentosj TBD TBD
PDF Expert Productivity Readdle 2.5 TBD
Photos Pro Photography Applgasm-Apps 2.01 Can export photos via Open In to any JPG, NEF, RAW, PNG, BMP, or TIFF registered apps.
Photo Shack Photography Applgasm-Apps 3.4 Can export photos via Open In to any JPG, NEF, RAW, PNG, BMP, or TIFF registered apps.
Photo Shack Pro Photography Applgasm-Apps 5.75 Can export photos via Open In to any JPG, NEF, RAW, PNG, BMP, or TIFF registered apps.
PrintCentral Pro Productivity Eurosmartz 2.3 Can Import or Export nearly any file type via Open In to all Apps registered for that file type.
PrintnShare Pro Business Eurosmartz 5.3 Can Import or Export nearly any file type via Open In to all Apps registered for that file type.
Safari BuiltIn Apple TBD Can export PDFs via Open In to all PDF registered apps. Can save images into Photos.
Save2PDF Productivity Eurosmartz 1.4 Can Import or export nearly any file type via Open In to all App registered for that file type.
Scanner Pro Business Readdle 4.0 Can export scanned documents as either JPG or PDF via Open In and other methods
SignMyPad Productivity Autriv 3.9 Opens PDFs from Email, Dropbox, and has download feature. Can send files out to Email, DropBox, and other PDF registered apps.
SIGNificant Signature Capture Productivity xyzmo 1.1.6 Opens PDFs from Email, Dropbox, Evernote, Box. Can send files out to Email, DropBox, and other PDF registered apps.
WritePDF Business Eurosmartz 2.2 Can Import or Export nearly any file type via Open In to all Apps registered for that file type, view here.

List of Apps That Support Apple Data Protection

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This list of “Apple Data Protection enabled” apps will help you find an app that meets your requirements for mobile data encryption. Please add your favorite Data Protection enabled app.

App Category Vendor Version Explanation
AbsoluteSafe Business Absolute Software 1.0.2 Secure document distribution & management
Account Vault Business NPC Unlimited 1.0
Box Business Box 2.5.3 Encrypts all files
Briefcase Business Colligo 2.0.35 Secure SharePoint iPad app with encrypted offline storage
CameraSafe Lite Utilities Bicartel 1.5.2 TBD - note, not found on the US App Store
ClinPix Medical Fleming Dermatopathology 1.1 clinical photoarchiving application
Colleagues Business Taptera 1.2 Connect securely and utilize your company’s existing LDAP or Active Directory system.
DocuSafe Utilities App Chefs 1.1
Events Business Taptera 1.1 Attendees of conferences & meetings attendees stay informed easily & securely while organizers measure the success of their event.
EMC Atmos iSafe Utilities EMC 1.0 TBD
GoodReader Productivity Goodiware 3.10.2 TBD
iAnnotate Productivity Aji LLC 1.5 TBD
iMedicalOffice Dental Medical NextGenerationTeam 1.3.5
Mail Built-in Apple TBD TBD
mobilEcho Business GroupLogic 4.0 Encrypts all files and configuration all the time
MicroStrategy Mobile for iPad Business Microstrategy 9.2.1.0 TBD
Rooms Business Tapterra 1.0.2 The fastest way to check conference rooms availability & amenities & then to reserve one in your company’s existing Microsoft Exchange or Google Calendar system.
Priority Matrix Business Appfluence LLC Version: 2.2
PrivateInfo Utilities Jacob Burns 1.2 TBD
Private Pics Px Photography David Earnest 6.6 TBD - no indication this app supports Apple Data Protection.
SharePlus Business SouthLabs 2.9.7 Your local data is protected using the built-in hardware encryption system that Apple recommends and uses in their own applications
USB Disk Pro Utilities Imesart 1.1.3 TBD
Vablet Business Vablet 1.34 TBD - note, not found on the US App Store

Sybase Afaria joins our massive comparison of iOS Mobile Device Management Providers

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We've added our eighth MDM provider to our Comparison of Mobile Device Management Providers -- Sybase Afaria.

Mobile Device Management is a must-have technology for iOS administration. The basic form allows for something like "parental controls" of your iPads and iPhones. But the differences among providers are actually quite vast.

The providers currently compared are: Absolute Manage, AirWatch, BoxTone, JAMF Casper, McAfee EMM, MobileIron, Sybase Afaria, and TARMAC. We invite you to help help contribute to this community effort by adding another provider or suggesting additional criteria.

Apple releases iOS 4.3.1

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Apple has released iOS 4.3.1 that fixes a few bugs in the software. TUAW has direct download links if needed. From the release notes:

About iOS 4.3.1 Software Update
This update contains improvements and other bug fixes including:

  • Fixes an occasional graphics glitch on iPod touch (4th generation)
  • Resolves bugs related to activating and connecting to some cellular networks
  • Fixes image flicker when using Apple Digital AV Adapter with some TVs
  • Resolves an issue authenticating with some enterprise web services

Products compatible with this software update:

  • iPhone 4 (GSM model)
  • iPhone 3GS
  • iPad 2
  • iPad
  • iPod touch (4th generation)
  • iPod touch (3rd generation)

This update contains security content originally included in previous iOS Software Updates.

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