iOS 10 zero-day support with XenMobile 10.3.10 delivers business class mobility!
I make my living in the world of enterprise mobility, so I’m always curious and excited to see what the latest iOS 10 release has to offer business users.
Before we get to the fun stuff, let’s review how XenMobile meets your needs to support iOS 10 from day-zero.
We are pleased to announce the availability of XenMobile client release 10.3.10, which includes platform compatibility for iOS 10. The Worx Apps and MDX Toolkit are currently available to customers from their Citrix customer download page. Worx Home 10.3.10 for Google Play is currently available and Worx Home for iOS will be in the App Store soon. For more information on the XenMobile 10.3.10 client release please click HERE. Upgrading to XenMobile 10.3.10 client will ensure that you’re ready for iOS 10 when it’s released this coming Tuesday.
Let’s take a look at iOS 10.
The XenMobile Team has highlighted what we think will be the most popular iOS 10 features for the enterprise and categorized them based on productivity, experience and security.
For mobile business-users, productivity is important. The goal is to be as productive on the go from your mobile device as you are from your desktop. Here are a few ways that iOS 10 can help to improve productivity at work.
- Multi-tasking features allows the user to do two things at once. Edit multiple documents on the same screen, watch a video while editing a document, you get the idea.
- The Universal clipboard allows users to copy and paste across multiple Apple devices including those running iOS and OS X. Need to copy something from your iPad to your MacBook? No problem!
- Rich Notifications save time by allowing the user to respond to messages and emails directly from the notification lock-screen. Reducing the number of steps to complete a mobile task translates to more efficient workflows and a more productive user.
Developing apps that deliver a great end-user experience is critical to the adoption of mobile technology for business. So naturally, iOS 10 has something for app developers too.
- The CallKit API allows developers to build VoIP apps that can eliminate interruptions from personal calls coming in at the same time.
- Apple has also opened up development access to Siri to allow developers to build Siri functionality into their mobile apps to deliver more hands-free features and services.
Lastly, we can’t talk about enterprise mobility without the mention of security of intelligence. Keeping corporate data secure is the number one priority for enterprise IT.
- With iOS 10 user data remains encrypted yet device performance has been improved.
- New on device intelligence allows iOS to identifiy people, objects and scenes in Photos and powers QuickType suggestions. For example, if someone messages you that they are late for a meeting because they are lost, QuickType will suggest an option of sending them your location.
I’m looking forward to discovering more ways that iOS 10 can make me more productive for business?
What’s your favorite new feature? Please share in the comments.