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Enterprise Mobile Apps Developed on Appcelerator Platform Now Mocana Map-Ready and Supported by Mocana Atlas

Mocana today announced that enterprise mobile apps developed using the Appcelerator Platform or the Appcelerator® Titanium™ mobile development environment are now MAP™-Ready and supported by the Mocana Atlas™ platform. Mocana and Appcelerator have validated that mobile apps built using either the Appcelerator Platform or Titanium environment can be successfully secured by the latest version of Mocana’s industry-leading Mobile App Protection™ (MAP) solution, ensuring that mobile enterprise apps can meet the stringent requirements of security-conscious enterprise and government customers.

“Today’s enterprise CIOs and IT departments need access to the broadest set of capabilities to secure and deploy their enterprise mobile apps,” said Jeff Haynie, CEO of Appcelerator. “Ensuring the privacy and integrity of data at rest and data in motion is a crucial requirement for today’s enterprise mobile apps, so we worked closely with Mocana to make sure our customers could easily add its security technology to any of their mobile apps in seconds, without writing any code. Our work with Mocana demonstrates our ongoing commitment to the openness and extensibility of our Appcelerator Platform, and to providing our customers with the capabilities they need to manage their mobile app portfolios.

Appcelerator Platform customers and Titanium developers are now able to take full advantage of the benefits offered by the Mocana MAP Developer Program to help them quickly add best-in-class enterprise-grade security to their apps. The Mocana MAP Developer Program provides free tools, technical support and co-marketing opportunities for enterprise and ISV developers building secure mobile apps.

Through the MAP Developer portal, users get free access to the MAP Testing Workbench™, an online self-certification service that allows apps to be “test-wrapped” with Mocana MAP security. After testing, users can take advantage of the MAP-Ready logo, which certifies that any applications they develop with Appcelerator can be secured with Mocana MAP, and tethered to enterprise systems of value via Mocana Atlas.

Visit www.mocana.com/mdp to learn more about participating in the Mocana Developer Program.

“Mocana is pleased to extend MAP 3.0 development platform support to the Appcelerator Platform and Titanium environment, and we are ready to start working with the Appcelerator enterprise developer community through our MAP Developer Program to help integrate enterprise-grade security into their mobile apps and help them play a pivotal role in driving massive app adoption in the enterprise,” said Sanjay Kalyanasundaram, director of development platform partnerships at Mocana. “We have had the opportunity to work with a wide variety of developers, both internal and external to large enterprises, many of whom use Appcelerator to build vibrant mobile experiences for end users. Our developer platform now gives them the opportunity to secure the app quickly and with minimal effort, and also enable true one-click access into the enterprise, powered by Atlas.”

With the introduction of Version 3.0, Mocana MAP has been tightly integrated into the Mocana Atlas extended enterprise engine, creating a complete end-to-end enterprise mobility platform that delivers the first practical solution IT organizations can deploy to realize the full potential of enterprise mobility.

Mocana MAP accelerates wide-scale deployment of enterprise mobile apps with true app security automation that easily and reliably adds a security shield in seconds to third-party, hybrid and custom enterprise apps designed for B2E and B2B applications, regardless of device platform and without the need to write any code. By taking an application-centric model of security and decoupling per-app security from app development, Mocana MAP helps enterprises maintain the security of sensitive enterprise data across a broad range of devices and apps, focus on real business innovation and scale, and meet the challenges of enterprise mobility.

The Mocana Atlas extended enterprise engine is a revolutionary, purpose-built platform designed to simplify enterprise mobile app deployments. The Mocana Atlas appliance mitigates many of the toughest security bottlenecks that typify large-scale rollouts, while significantly reducing mobile total cost of ownership (TCO) for organizations. Mocana Atlas securely connects mobile apps to back-end systems with unprecedented simplicity for IT and one-click access for end-users, across the entire extended enterprise.

Mocana representatives will be available to discuss the Atlas extended enterprise engine and MAP 3.0 at the tiConf 2014 - Worldwide Appcelerator Titanium Mobile Development Conference being held in New York, May 10-11. For additional information, visit http://ticonf.org.

About Mocana

Mocana makes security easy for enterprise mobility and the Internet of Things. Recognized as a World Economic Forum “Technology Pioneer,” Mocana builds on deep expertise born from a decade securing everything from medical devices to defense electronics, from point-of-sale terminals to the smart grid to home automation. The company's Mobile Application Protection (MAP™) offering, distributed globally by SAP, automates end-to-end security for iOS and Android™ apps and authenticates mobile users, apps and devices to business systems. More information is available at www.mocana.com.

Appcelerator® and Titanium™ are trademarks of Appcelerator, Inc., registered in the U.S and/or other countries and is used under license.

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