October 20, 2010 12:00 ET

CMT Adds MobileIron to Absolute Management Practice

Alliance Partnership Strengthens Security of Sensitive Data From Server to Device

SANTA CLARA, CA--(Marketwire - October 20, 2010) -  CMT today announced it has formed a value-added-reseller agreement with MobileIron, the innovator in multi-OS smartphone management, to consult, sell and deploy MobileIron's Virtual Smartphone Platform as part of CMT's Data Protection solution. By adding MobileIron's Virtual Smartphone Platform, CMT strengthens its ability to help customers keep data safe and available.

As mobile devices become widely used computing platforms, enterprises have an ever-expanding need to manage and secure corporate assets on these devices. MobileIron's Virtual Smartphone Platform provides real-time intelligence and control over smartphone content, activity and applications in order to secure the enterprise, reduce wireless cost and improve the mobile user experience. MobileIron supports iPhone®, iPad, Windows Mobile, BlackBerry®, Palm® and Symbian smartphones, and will soon support Android smartphones.

CMT's Absolute Management Practice integrates MobileIron's Virtual Smartphone Platform with other best-of-breed solutions to manage and secure corporate assets across endpoint, network and storage systems.

"Our customers need a solution to the security and usability challenges of smartphones in the enterprise. MobileIron allows CMT to extend our data protection solution to include mobile device management," said CMT CEO Kurt Klein. "CMT is extremely selective about the partners we choose to include in our solution offerings. MobileIron delivers the functionality we need to easily integrate mobile device management with other enterprise security systems. With this partnership, we can meet the needs of our customers to ensure their data is secure and accessible from server to device."

"Organizations are more susceptible than ever to security threats posed by smartphones and other mobile computing devices," said Bob Tinker, CEO of MobileIron. "CMT has the knowledge and skills to help customers implement MobileIron's Virtual Smartphone Platform alongside other complementary enterprise security technologies to solve the security management challenges organizations face from mobile devices."

CMT has met specific requirements around technical and sales accreditations for MobileIron's Virtual Smartphone Platform, which enhance CMT's ability to plan, install, configure and maintain the solution. As a MobileIron Partner, CMT has demonstrated its expertise to leverage MobileIron's innovative platform to solve the security, cost and usability challenges of smartphones in the enterprise, giving customers the confidence that their valuable data is protected.

About MobileIron
A Gartner Cool Vendor for 2010, MobileIron is solving the problems CIOs face as business data moves to the smartphone. The MobileIron Virtual Smartphone Platform is the first solution to give IT and users real-time intelligence and control over smartphone content, activity, and apps in order to secure the enterprise, reduce wireless cost, and improve the mobile user experience. MobileIron's investors include Foundation Capital, Norwest Venture Partners, Sequoia Capital, and Storm Ventures. For more information, please visit

About CMT, Inc.
Computer Media Technologies (CMT) provides efficient computing solutions for high-performance data security, virtualization, consolidation and infrastructure management. The company has over 26 years of experience as a supplier of cost-effective services for IT optimization and consolidation. CMT maintains the highest levels of partnership accreditation with the world's leading IT manufacturers including Symantec, NetApp, HP, Brocade, Quantum and VMware. Corporate headquarters are located at 590 Laurelwood Road, Santa Clara, Calif. 95054.

Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries. BlackBerry, RIM and Research In Motion are registered trademarks of Research In Motion Limited. Palm is a trademark of Palm, Inc. Symbian and Symbian OS based trademarks are brands of Symbian Software Ltd. Android is a trademark of Google Inc. Other names may be trademarks of their respective owners.

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