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This webinar will be hosted by our Sophos Mobile Principle Product Manager Thomas Lippert (aka TLI on the Community!)
Note: This webinar will be in Deutsch. Please comment below if you would like to see a similar webinar in English!
This webinar will be hosted by our Sophos Mobile Principle Product Manager Thomas Lippert (aka TLI on our Community!)
Freitag, 31. Juli 2020…
Join this exciting Sophos Mobile webinar on Thu, Jul 23, 2020 at 11 am (ET) hosted by Thomas Lippert - Principal Product Manager, Sophos Mobile (aka TLI on our Sophos Community!)
Learn about new features and additional protection available in Sophos Mobile 9.6!
This release includes:
Below is the additional information about the Sophos Mobile 9.6.3 patch and the included fixes.
This patch contains the following bug fixes and changes:
Sophos Central Migration
New wizard that enables migration from Sophos Mobile on-premise server or SaaS hosted to Sophos Mobile in Sophos Central.
Enhanced iOS Management
This article provides additional information about the Sophos Mobile 9.5.4 patch and the included fixes.
Applies to the following Sophos product(s) and version(s)Sophos Mobile 9.5
This patch contains the following bug fixes:
Unless otherwise marked, all features discussed below apply to Sophos Mobile installed on-premises, managed in Sophos Central, or hosted “as-a-Service”.
Sophos Mobile as a Service
Sophos Mobile in Sophos Central
We're excited to announce that Sophos Mobile Security will become Sophos Intercept X for Mobile at the end of October. Featuring the industry-leading deep learning technology that already powers Intercept X on desktops and servers, the new Intercept X for Mobile will also sport a brand new interface designed for ease of use and accessibility.
Sophos Intercept X for Mobile will be released together with the upcoming…
Hello SMC users,
If you manage iOS devices with Sophos Mobile Control (SMC), you may have to update your Sophos Mobile Control server certificate before 1 January 2017. This is due to Apple enforcing stricter rules on network security and requiring all apps to use HTTPS exclusively. As we always prioritize security, we welcome this move and consider it an important step to improve the security of the iOS platform.