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AirWatch Secure Content Locker Integrates with 33 Additional Content Management Systems for Comprehensive File Sync and Share Support

AirWatch®, the largest Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) provider, announces AirWatch Secure Content Locker™ integrates with 33 additional content repositories across iOS, Android and Windows devices. Secure Content Locker provides flexible content storage, enterprise-grade security, Data Loss Prevention (DLP), file sync and share, editing, annotation and analytics to deliver the right content to the right people, anytime, anywhere.

Many organizations have heavily invested in content management systems to provide the required stringent security and regulatory compliance features, and they cannot move sensitive corporate information to third-party cloud storage providers. AirWatch Secure Content Locker allows organizations to extend their existing investments in content management systems to mobile devices through its secure file sync and share solution. With the most flexible content management platform in the industry, Secure Content Locker can be deployed with full Mobile Device Management (MDM), in the AirWatch Workspace™ as a dual persona containerized solution or as a standalone application.

“We continue adding the capabilities businesses need to securely deliver sensitive data across corporate-owned, BYOD and line-of-business device deployments,” said John Marshall, president and CEO, AirWatch. “Our customers use a variety of content management systems based on their security and user requirements and Secure Content Locker ensures that they can leverage their existing investments to enable employees on the go, while keeping content secure.”

AirWatch Secure Content Locker is available in two versions. Secure Content Locker View offers content distribution controls, enterprise-grade security, DLP, admin console, analytics and globalization. Secure Content Locker Collaborate expands on Secure Content Locker View capabilities with user content storage, desktop client, user portal, file sharing, editing and annotation capabilities. End users can use multiple authentication methods to access information and all data is encrypted in-transit, at-rest and in-use with AES 256-bit, FIPS 140-2 compliant encryption.

The additional content repositories Secure Content Locker supports with the AirWatch 7.1 release include:

Alfresco 3.3+     HP Trim 7.1     Maarch 1.3
Apache Chemistry InMemory Server 0.3 IBM Content Manager 8.4.3 + Magnolia (CMS) 4.5
Ceyoniq, nscale information platform IBM FileNet Content Manager5.0+ Microsoft SharePoint Server[15]
Day Software CRX 2.1+ IBM Content Manager On Demand 9.0+ Nuxeo Platform 5.5+
dotCMS 2.2 IBM Connections Files 3.0 O3Spaces 3.2+
Eyebase mediasuite 4.3 IBM LotusLive Files OpenCms 8.5
EMC Documentum 6.7/7.0 IBM Lotus Quickr 8.5 Lists OpenKM 6.2+
eXo Platform with xCMIS ISIS Papyrus Objects OpenText
Fabasoft KnowledgeTree 3.7+ OpenWGA 5.2+
HP Autonomy Interwoven Worksite 8.5 LogicalDOC 6.5.1+[14] Oracle Webcenter Content
PTC Windchill SAP HANA Cloud Document Service Seapine Surround SCM 2011.1

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For more information on Secure Content Locker and to see the existing cloud, on-premise and hybrid storage solutions supported, visit http://www.air-watch.com/solutions/mobile-content-management.

About AirWatch

AirWatch® is the world's largest mobile security and enterprise mobility management provider with more than 1,600 employees across nine global offices. More than 10,000 organizations in 150 countries leverage the AirWatch Enterprise Mobility Management Platform, which includes industry-leading mobile device, email, application, content, laptop and browser management solutions. Organizations can implement these solutions stand-alone for unique Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) scenarios, in the dual persona AirWatch Workspace containerized solution, or as a comprehensive, highly scalable, enterprise-grade mobility platform. With the largest research and development team in the industry, AirWatch ensures the broadest mobile platform support, develops innovative solutions like AirWatch Secure Content Locker™, and integrates with the leading device manufacturers and technology solution providers in the mobile ecosystem.

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