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Emirates standardises iPass services

March 19- Emirates Airlines has standardised the iPass enterprise mobility services its 1,400 "non-flying" mobile employees, it was learnt on Friday. The iPass can be used across mobile employee devices thus gaining control over mobility and the associated costs. Emirates is also offering its employees the iPass mobile network with more than 140,000 hotspots in 79 countries.


"iPass offers the only solution on the market that really addressed our need for simplicity and security at the end-user level combined with centralised visibility and management of mobility costs," said Sean Kelly, technical manager, Emirates "iPass now provides our master connection manager and is used to logon to our campus wi-fi as well as the wider iPass Mobile Network. The whole connection process is very simple and transparent and our mobile employees really appreciate this ease of use. They know that if they need to get connected, iPass can be relied upon."
 

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