MobileIron Docs@Work

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  • Last update: 3 years ago
  • Version: 2.1.2
  • Size: 222 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
  • Author: MobileIron
  • Content rating: Rated 4+
  • Languages: English, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Slovak, Spanish, Traditional Chinese
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MobileIron Docs@Work Review

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MobileIron Docs@Work Description

MobileIron Docs@Work is a versatile and useful app for the users who need to access their official documents while on the go. You will need MobileIron’s Enterprise Mobility Management Platform to access the company’s internal content management systems. 

With this app, the users have constant and intuitive access to all their business documents from email, SharePoint, network drives and a variety of remote storage services. The apps can also be previewed on the mobile devices as well as edited and shared on the go. MobileIron Docs@Work also provides annotations as well as quick search functions.

Pros

MobileIron Docs@Work allows access to all the types of enterprise content remotely; the files can be found by name and extension; cloud services support is available.

Cons

Some users have felt the need of a split screen function that can increase productivity; the app needs an update for the latest screen resolution support.

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    SOLUTION: The “MobileIron” app that used to open the documents disappeared from my phone with their recent update – that’s why I couldn’t open attachments. As indicated in other reviews, other users have discovered the same problem. MobileIron has a NEW COMPANION APP to open the attachments: · · Download the app “MobileIron Docs@Work” · When you go to open an attachment (or the app, directly), choose “Copy to Docs@Work” … it will ask for your Passcode o This is NO LONGER the 5-digit code you previously set-up – that was erased in the update. If you try to enter that code, you will be locked out for five minutes. o INSTEAD, choose “FORGOT CODE”,then follow the instructions: § Enter your Username and Password for your work accounts § Devise a new 8 character password § Re-enter the new 8 character password o You should now have access to your attachments. You will need to enter the longer, stronger, password each time you open the app, or if you are away from it for too long. NOTE: my employer information states that “During normal use, Screenshots will be disabled.” If you are counting on this feature to protect your attachments, be aware: screen shots are NOT disabled while using the secure app – I was able to take a screen shot of one of my secure (no, not classified, or even sensitive – I don’t deal in that), attachments just fine on my iPhone.

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