Afaria provides centralised management of Windows Mobile, BlackBerry, Palm, Symbian, Android, iPhone, and iPad devices. Features include data backup, power-on password protection, data-on-device encryption, mobile remote control, anti-virus and firewall, remote 'kill' and data wipe.
The idea is that the deal between the two companies will make mobile device management more accessible to mid-market organisations.
'As smartphones and tablets of varying platforms proliferate in the workplace, there is a growing demand for enterprise-grade mobile device management," said Mark Deady, business manager at GT Central.
"With our new mobility-as-a-service offering, our clients will have the freedom to choose between feature-rich on-premise or remotely managed enterprise mobility platform, enabling complete confidence when it comes to all mobile devices coming in and out of the enterprise," he added.