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Mobility Management

With over 10 years experience in Unified Endpoint Management of Windows, Apple iOS and Android device operating systems since being one of the first engineers to roll out mobile device management as it is also known from Silicon Valley in US; there isn't many requirements or scenarios we have seen and implemented solutions for

Whether this be any of the top 3 products on the market or similar products:

  • Microsoft Endpoint Manager

  • MobileIron (aquired and now known as Ivanti Neurons for UEM)

  • VMware Workspace ONE

Mobile device management (MDM) services along with brief explanations:

 

1. Device Enrollment and Configuration: This service involves setting up new mobile devices on the network, configuring device settings, and installing necessary applications or profiles.

 

2. Policy Management: MDM solutions allow the creation and enforcement of policies for mobile devices, such as password requirements, device encryption, and app usage restrictions. This service involves defining and managing these policies.

 

3. Application Management: MDM services enable organizations to deploy, update, and manage applications on mobile devices. It includes app distribution, version control, and the ability to remotely install or remove apps.

 

4. Security Management: MDM solutions provide various security features, including remote data wiping, device tracking, and encryption. This service focuses on securing mobile devices and data against threats, loss, or theft.

 

5. Inventory and Asset Management: This service involves tracking and managing mobile devices within the organization. It includes inventory management, monitoring device health, and tracking device locations.

 

6. Remote Troubleshooting and Support: MDM services often provide remote troubleshooting capabilities, allowing IT teams to diagnose and resolve issues on mobile devices without physical access. It includes remote control, screen sharing, and real-time support.

 

7. Compliance and Reporting: MDM solutions assist in ensuring compliance with industry standards and regulations by monitoring and reporting on device configurations, security settings, and policy adherence.

 

8. Mobile Content Management: This service focuses on managing and securing corporate data and content accessed on mobile devices. It may include document sharing, content synchronization, and collaboration features.

 

9. Device Retirement and Disposal: When mobile devices reach the end of their lifecycle, this service involves securely wiping data, deactivating devices, and ensuring proper disposal or recycling.

 

10. Mobile Expense Management: Some MDM solutions offer cost management features, helping organizations track and manage mobile expenses, such as data usage, roaming charges, and device plans.

 

Organizations can choose the specific services that align with their needs and goals to effectively manage their mobile devices and ensure security and productivity.

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