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Mobile App Management (MAM)

Mobile apps are the leading attraction to smartphones and tablets, but every organization handles them differently. How will you reap the productivity benefits and discard the security risks? Use this forum to discuss your strategy for app distribution, lifecycle management, user compliance and more.

Mobile App Management (MAM)
  • Mobile App Management (MAM)

    Mobile apps are the leading attraction to smartphones and tablets, but every organization handles them differently. How will you reap the productivity benefits and di...
  • bonol
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    How to Add Apps Silently

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    How do I get apps to push silently to Supervised iOS 7+ devices?
  • KaylaBittner
    59 posts

    On-Demand Webinar: Engaging the Enterprise with IBM MobileFirst Solutions for iOS

    10/10/2014 (Last edited 15 October 2014)
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  • jhenderson
    9 posts
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    Yearly Re-occuring events showing wrong

    09/24/2014 (Last edited 24 September 2014)
    414 Views | 3 Replies
    Has anyone else seen where yearly occuring events are showing up two days late?
  • mhale
    1 posts
    Community Member

    App for Outlook Tasks and Notes

    1406 Views | 1 Replies
    My company utilizes MaaS360 for mobile device management, but the MaaS360 app does not integrate with the Notes and Tasks features of our MS Outlook.  I have been looking into other apps that will provide access to this information (iMExchange2, TaskTask, Todo Exchange Tasks) but was wondering what apps others may be using to grant access to this information via MDM.  
  • vhetrick
    410 posts
    Forum Moderator

    How do I distribute Apps to iOS or Android devices through MaaS360?

    09/27/2011 (Last edited 14 June 2012)
    8615 Views | 3 Replies
    MaaS360 has the ability to deploy enterprise iOS or Android apps to the device as well as iTunes or Market apps.
  • Michael2
    1 posts
    Community Member

    IBM Apps configureable with MAAS360?

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  • KaylaBittner
    59 posts

    On-Demand Webinar: Build, Run and Manage Mobile Apps in the Cloud

    09/16/2014 (Last edited 24 September 2014)
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  • bbid-Texas
    5 posts
    Community Member

    Records appearing in Maas after making them inactive

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    Hello EVeryone
  • vhetrick
    410 posts
    Forum Moderator

    Building iOS Apps for Enterprise Deployment

    10/04/2011 (Last edited 26 March 2014)
    36470 Views | 2 Replies

    This document describes the steps needed to build an iOS app for Enterprise deployment. Unlike ad-hoc builds, these builds can be installed on any iOS device owned by the enterprise. Ad-hoc builds are usually created for testing an app on a pre-defined set of test devices. When the app is ready for production deployment, an enterprise (in-house) build is created.

    Note: You must have the Team Agent role in the iOS Provisioning Portal to create the artifacts needed for this build.

    The process for building an Enterprise app is:

    1. Create the Distribution Certificate.

    2. Create an Enterprise Provisioning Profile. (Go to developer.apple.com and click Member Center.)

    3. Build the app using the Enterprise Provisioning Profile.

    Following sections explain these steps in further detail.

    Create a Distribution Certificate

    Distribution certificates are used to sign Enterprise apps. The steps to receive a Distribution Certificate are:

    1. Login to the iOS Provisioning Portal with the Agent role. Goto "iOS Dev Center” -> “Certificates, Identifiers & Profiles” -> "Certificates

    2. In the Certificates section, go to the Production tab. Click on ‘+’ icon. Select the type as "In-House and Ad Hoc”.

    3. Follow the steps to generate Certificate Signing Request (CSR). Use the Certificate Assistant (available in the Keychain Access application on Mac OS X).

    4. Upload the CSR to the iOS Provisioning Portal and download the distribution certificate.

    5. Save the certificate on the disk, and open this using Key Chain Access.

    6. Xcode can now use this certificate to sign iOS apps.

    7. To export this certificate to a different (build) machine, exported it in .p12 format:

    a. In Key Chain Access, go to the My Certificates section

    b. Right-click on the downloaded certificate and click "Export..."

    c. Save the certificate in .p12 format, and provide a secure password while saving.

    Create an Enterprise Provisioning Profile

    The steps to create an Enterprise Provisioning Profile are:

    1. Log in to the iOS Provisioning Portal with the Team Agent role. Goto "iOS Dev Center” -> “Certificates, Identifiers & Profiles” -> "Provisioning Profiles"

    2. In the Provisioning section, go to the Distribution tab.

    3. Click on New Profile. On the Create iOS Provisioning Profile page

    a. Select the Distribution Method as In House

    b. Select an appropriate distribution certificate

    c. Select App ID

    4. Download the provisioning profile.

    5. This provisioning profile can be used to build the app for in-house deployment.

    Building an App Using an Enterprise Provisioning Profile

    The steps to build an app on a machine are:

    1. Install the Distribution certificate (.p12 file)

    2. Open Xcode. Go to the Organizer window

    3. Import the Enterprise Provisioning Profile

    4. Open the app’s project file in Xcode

    5. Go to Build Settings, Code Signing section

    6. Select the certification contained in the Enterprise Provisioning Profile

    7. Build the project using Build For > Build for Archiving. This will create the app archive in .ipa file format

    8. The .ipa file is ready for enterprise deployment
  • RaphaelPrado
    1 posts
    Community Member

    Upgrade of the enterprise apps

    1798 Views | 3 Replies
    I am trying to update a enterprise apps, but it´s not working.
    When you go to Apps--catalog section you see the app listed there you select it on the top right corner you will see update option.
    We have a enterprise app, this app has two version 1.0.0 and 1.0.1 ... I install the version 1.0.0 and when I make the upgrade to version 1.0.1 in the portal MaaS really shows me as if updated, however when I go into the application appears as if he had not done the update.
  • ndg123
    7 posts
    Community Member

    App Wrapping for Android

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    I noticed in the "What's New" list since the maintenance upgrade today (overnight) that 
  • GSimm
    11 posts
    Community Member

    App Catalogue

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    Hi All
  • rmarshall
    6 posts
    Community Member

    App Catalog not updating on devices & apps not installing

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    When apps are added to the app catalog, the app catalog on the devices (iPads & iPhones) are not updating to reflect the added apps.  Is there a refresh or something else I should be doing?
  • ADunlop
    2 posts
    Community Member

    Windows Phone 8 App distrubution

    07/04/2014 (Last edited 4 July 2014)
    1248 Views | 1 Replies
    I have had the recent updates for Windows Phone 8 activated but I would like to know how I push out apps to the mobiles.
  • Pragati Chaplot Jain
    53 posts
    Community Member

    On-Demand Webinar: 5 Secrets to a Successful Mobile Application Testing Strategy

    06/30/2014 (Last edited 2 July 2014)
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    How many stars does your mobile application have in the public App store?
  • GSimm
    11 posts
    Community Member

    Bulk App Catalogue Update

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  • KaylaBittner
    59 posts

    On-Demand Webinar: Build and Secure Mobile Apps in the Enterprise

    06/05/2014 (Last edited 19 June 2014)
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    The mobile wave continues to gain momentum--is your business leveraging public apps or creating new ones to make your employees more productive? Understanding the key steps to implementing quality apps that securely extend the reach of your organization will put you on the right path for your mobile journey.
  • Pragati Chaplot Jain
    53 posts
    Community Member
  • RK2014
    1 posts
    Community Member

    maas360 calendar sharing

    1949 Views | 1 Replies
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