In 2012, Delta Air Lines faced a difficult challenge — equipping its employees with connected mobile devices in the air while keeping both customer and corporate data secure. Without in-flight Internet access, credit card purchases were delayed, meaning each swipe of the card could not be processed until the plane had landed safely on the ground and reestablished connectivity. So the Delta team went to work. The company evaluated several enterprise mobility management solutions before selecting AirWatch to manage its mobile devices and enable a cashless cabin initiative, which allows real-time credit card transactions to be placed at 30,000 feet.
To find out why Delta chose AirWatch and what the company is preparing to do next, read the case study.
For healthcare organizations, security is a top priority, especially when it comes to mobility. At Adventist Health Systems, caretakers wanted to do more with their mobile devices without sacrificing security. Mark Dunkerley, enterprise technical solutions engineer at Adventist Health Systems, worked with his team to find a solution that provided the security his industry required and the productivity his employees desired. Adventist chose AirWatch for its enterprise mobility management.
To find out how mobility is enhancing patient care and enabling innovation at Adventist Health Systems, read the case study.