Rover Does Droid – Brings Secure Mobile Enterprise Apps to Android With New Retriever Client

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Extending its mobile enterprise application platform (MEAP) further, Rover Apps announced today compatibility with and support for Android smartphone devices. Enterprises of all sizes can now securely support this fast growing platform

Rover Retriever for Android

Rover Retriever

With this addition, Rover brings much needed security and central control to this platform, making it an ideal solution for enterprises seeking to extend their enterprise to on-the-run Android users

Extending its mobile enterprise application platform (MEAP) further, Rover Apps announced today compatibility with and support for Android smartphone devices. Representing approximately 31% of the U.S. smartphone category, Android continues its rapid share growth and adoption by many device manufacturers.

With Android support, Rover’s MEAP now enables companies to securely extend access to multiple enterprise data sources for mobile users carrying Android devices. With native rendering of business data via the Rover Gateway, Rover’s Android client operates as a true native application, including sleek user interfaces which make it intuitive to use. A full enterprise-grade platform, Rover meets the expectations of even the most demanding enterprises with respect to security, real-time integration between and among mobile devices and back end systems, alignment with current workflows, and ease of deployment within a scalable architecture that’s centrally managed. Rover provides companies complete control over who can access what content, freeing them from having to “own” or control devices that access their enterprise data. Employing a device access rights grant process, companies can quickly enable or turn off access for partners or employees. Because all data is encrypted on the device, even a nefarious data harvester will be stymied by the tough encryption and schemes used to protect the data. Further enhancing security is RoverLink, the communications technology that eliminates the need for VPN. Ideal for the more ‘open’ platforms like Android, RoverLink means companies can keep these devices off their network, reducing risk.

“We’re happy to address the challenges of enterprise adoption of Android with our secure, no-VPN solution.” said Jonathan Foulkes, CEO of Rover Apps. “With this addition, Rover brings much needed security and central control to this platform, making it an ideal solution for enterprises seeking to extend their enterprise to on-the-run Android users.”

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About Rover Apps:
For companies competing in fast moving industries that demand on-the-run responsiveness, Rover Apps securely extends access to multiple enterprise data sources to mobile users on their smartphones and tablets. A full enterprise-grade platform, Rover meets the expectations of even the most demanding enterprises with respect to security, real-time integration between mobile devices and back-end systems, alignment with current workflows, and ease of deployment within a scalable architecture that’s centrally managed. Rover’s “build-once, deploy-to-many” platform is available direct from Rover and through select channel partners. Headquartered in Atlanta, Rover can be found at roverapps.com.

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