Radley Yeldar is an independent, London-based brand, marketing and communications agency. The 200-strong team of specialists have been working with multinationals, start-ups, private companies and public bodies for more than 30 years. They tackle complex challenges for complex organisations by defining their story, communicating it simply, changing behaviours and delivering results.
Radley Yeldar works with clients in many highly regulated industries such as pharmaceuticals, financial services, and energy production. Security is a top priority because these companies not only have to meet strict compliance requirements, they also have to prevent intellectual property theft from hackers and competitors seeking valuable data about financials, product development, and other competitive information.
To ensure the security of confidential data on iOS and Android devices, Radley Yeldar chose MobileIron enterprise mobility management (EMM) to help prevent unauthorized file sharing and access from unmanaged devices and apps. Although the company considered other EMM solutions, MobileIron was the clear choice to meet the company’s very unique requirements for mobile security. Appurity and Garnell Corporate Communications, Radley Yeldar’s mobile provider, helped the company conduct a thorough assessment to identify all of their requirements for high-level security, BYOD policies, and future mobile deliverables. MobileIron and Appurity delivered a comprehensive proof of concept that allowed Radley Yeldar to thoroughly test the technology and end-user experience across all of these areas.
“MobileIron offered the best fit for us because we needed to secure a large BYOD program,” said Mark Amos, IT Director at Radley Yeldar. “We wanted to put a secure container on employee-owned devices to prevent users from sending client files to an unsecured, external source, such as a personal email address. We also wanted to guarantee that the container would not impact personal apps and data so employees would feel comfortable enabling it on their own devices. MobileIron ticked all of the boxes,” he said.