Are you managing your Apple devices? 

Or just hoping that they are where they are supposed to be? 


Here’s why device management for your Apple fleet is an easy decision to make: 

Remote lock

IT admins can lock a lost or misplaced device via remote access, preventing unauthorised use until it is unlocked again with the correct passcode. That way, your confidential data and the integrity of the device stay protected even when you don’t momentarily know where it is.

Remote erase

The ability to remotely wipe all data from a lost or stolen device ensures that your sensitive information remains protected. This is critical to keep your data secure and your business compliant with data protection regulations.

Zero-touch deployment

With zero-touch deployment supported on Mac, iPhone, iPad and Apple TV, it couldn’t be easier to onboard new devices and employees can simply unpack and go. It’s the most straightforward way to extend or upgrade your device fleet.

Account-based enrolment

Users can simply enrol their device with their managed Apple ID directly via the device settings. To keep everything where it belongs, company data are cryptographically isolated from the user’s personal information.

Rapid security response

Rapid Security Response allows IT admins to deploy security fixes without rolling out a full software update. Users can choose to perform the update when it’s convenient for them, up until the point when you need to enforce the latest security release. The MDM server is aware of the device status throughout the process.

Declarative device management

Declarative device management allows Apple devices to asynchronously apply settings, proactively reporting their status back to the MDM server without constant polling.

Platform single sign-on

In shared deployments, SSO enables users to create a local account simply by logging in with their usual user name and password for a seamless login experience.

App management

IT admins can install, update and delete apps so users have access to the ones they need for the job, but can’t install the ones they shouldn’t to safeguard security and productivity.

Push notifications

IT admins can send push notifications to managed devices to make users aware of important updates, security alerts and other relevant information. That way users can take action when needed and will find it easier to navigate critical changes.

Device tracking

Device tracking allows organisations to locate lost or stolen devices on a map to help them recover their assets fast.

Data loss prevention

IT admins can enforce policies to restrict copy-paste operations, prevent file sharing, and encrypt sensitive information. This reduces the risk of data leaks and unauthorised access.

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