Seeking to better understand the needs of its lawyers, Howard Kennedy interviewed the partnership on what they required from a mobile device. Overwhelmingly, their answer was that they no longer wanted to carry separate work and personal phones. It became clear that the firm needed a way to enable personal use on its devices without compromising any sensitive data, along with a means of securing the connection between external and internal infrastructure.
“We were really looking to do a full Corporate-Owned, Personally-Enabled (COPE) deployment model,” explains Lizzie Ludnow, Mobility Specialist at Howard Kennedy. “As an existing customer of BlackBerry and their BES infrastructure, we realised the best way to achieve this was to migrate to UEM, leveraging its enhanced security features and integrate our new device fleet.”