Note: You must upgrade to MobiControl v14.3.0 to use these new features.
New Content Repository
Administrators can now provide access to the Box cloud content management service via SOTI Hub. SOTI Hub agents will have the ability to view, download and search files and folders from this repository.
New Content Creation Support
Devices users can now create content from within the SOTI Hub agent. Content creation features include:
Creating new content (Documents, Slides, Excel Sheets and Images)
Uploading of new content on the supported repositories
Creating and saving new content locally in My Files
Setting data leakage policies (Copy and Paste, Share, and Print) on new content saved locally
iOS Remote View Support
MobiControl administrators can now leverage the SOTI Hub app as a MobiControl SDK-enabled app, allowing administrators to remotely view the SOTI Hub app.
Please Note: You must upgrade to MobiControl v14.1.0 and install the latest version of Enterprise Resource Gateway to use these new features.
Expanded Repository Support
SOTI hub now supports more options for content repositories. You can add SharePoint Online, OneDrive for Business or OneDrive as repositories to SOTI hub, allowing your device users to access more services. These cloud repositories require minimal setup so you can easily integrate SOTI hub into your workflows.
Device users can now 'check-out' a file, make modifications to it, and then check the file back into the repository, sharing their changes with other users on the repository. This option is only available on SharePoint 2013 (On-Premises) and SharePoint Online content repositories and must be enabled by the administrator in the SOTI hub profile configuration.
The SOTI hub app has been slightly rearranged to better group certain features and improve the user experience.
Release v13.3 - August 03, 2017
Original Release v13.3 on August 03, 2017
Mandatory Folders and Files
You can now designate certain files or folders in your content repository as "Mandatory" downloads. These files and folders are automatically downloaded by the SOTI hub app when it connects to the content repository. Mandatory files and folders appear in a separate menu item in the SOTI hub app, allowing device users to easily and swiftly access these important documents. Device users will be unable to remove these files from the app.
To take advantage of these new features, you must also upgrade your MobiControl instance to MobiControl v126.96.36.19923 or later.
Release v13.2 - August 31, 2016
Original Release v13.2 on August 31, 2016
Greater Data Leakage Prevention Options
SOTI Apps Extension
The latest version of SOTI hub supports more environments than ever. You can use the SOTI hub app on iOS (8+) devices. You can also now use SharePoint 2013 (on Premise) servers as content repositories.
Greater Data Leakage Prevention Options
SOTI hub increases your control over enterprise content and potential data leakage by adding an integrated viewer. Users no longer need to leave the SOTI hub app to view documents on a third-party app. You can also restrict sharing and printing of files. Refer to SOTI hub documentation for a list of supported file types.
SOTI Apps Server Extension
The SOTI Apps Server Extension is a complementary component for SOTI hub that adds additional functionality. When installed and enabled, users of the app receive better search functionality, including intermittent search, where results are returned as they are found rather than after the whole repository is searched. It also supports the automatic resumption of paused downloads after a network connection is interrupted. The SOTI Apps Server Extension is only available on WebDAV servers.
The SOTI hub app provides a secure gateway between your enterprise content and your employees’ mobile devices. When you deploy the app to your enrolled devices, employees can access corporate files from outside your organization's internal network. Device users install the SOTI hub app that is configured by MobiControl administrators using a profile configuration. Once SOTI hub is set up, users can access any file within their organization's content repository although administrators have the option to limit file access based on file type and network connection.