--a secure native email client, browser and micro virtual private network client. Email or email attachments can be encrypted, as can SharePoint and Sharefile data. There’s also a personal information manager with a calendar;
--mobile application management, which can wrap an app with a set of policies governing its use. For example, an app can be prevented from running on a cellular network, and users can be prevented from cutting and pasting data from business applications to personal apps;
--the ability to create a corporate app store where staff can download applications;
--the ability to offer federated identity and single sign-on through integration with Microsoft ActiveDirectory. This means applications can be provisioned through user roles -- for example, make certain apps only available to members of the finance department.
The bundled version is sold only on premise and starts at $74 a user a year.
XenMobile manages all mobile platforms: Apple iPhone and iPad, Android, BlackBerry, Symbian, and Microsoft Windows 8.