Mobile asset management

Smart, intuitive asset management for your widespread, ever-growing IT environment

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Mobile Devices Management for

Manage the life cycles of your assets centrally

Onboard devices

Enroll devices through flexible options.

Maintain inventory

Obtain a detailed inventory and reports on your device fleet.


Remediate issues

Detect and resolve issues in real time.

Retire devices

Wipe data when devices reach the end of service.

Systematically manage the entire device life cycle from procurement to retirement

Enroll devices with ease

Choose to enroll devices through automated and self-enrollment methods to distribute configurations, apps, and content.

Scan devices automatically

Initiate periodic scans to maintain an exhaustive report on each device and app in the network.

Get instant alerts

Get notified of critical events to resolve issues before they cause any harm.

Automate your reporting tasks

Schedule reports that are highly customizable through a drag-and-drop interface.

Tackle device theft

Lock, reset the passcode on, and locate devices or wipe them as a final measure when they are lost or stolen.

Track devices' locations

Monitor assets' locations in real time and get detailed reports on the location history of devices.

Manage your apps and data

Create app and content repositories and configure their deployment to devices with DLP policies.

Send custom notifications

Announce emergency updates, events, and maintenance schedules through device notifications.

Trigger bulk device actions

Scan, restart, and shut down devices in bulk for better power management.

Ensure efficient, secure IT operations through comprehensive asset management

Edit device details in bulk

Access granular asset details, including installed apps, certificates, restrictions imposed, and device identifiers (such as IMEI and serial number). Add asset details such as purchase and warranty information. Modify details like the device name for administrative purposes. Export device details as a CSV file and mask or remove personally identifiable information (PII) every time the data is exported.

Out-of-the-box reports

Easily pull up data on a need-to-know basis by generating reports on the device details available in the inventory for audits and analysis. In addition to the more than 10 predefined, top-notch reports that can be downloaded, you can also generate customized reports by running a query on the server. Schedule these reports to be periodically mailed to specific email addresses.

Respect your users' privacy

Adhere to various privacy regulations by setting up policies that determine what information is collected or displayed from personal and corporate devices. Inform your users of these policies in detail. Hide or mask PII from ad hoc and scheduled reports by setting up a separate policy for it.

Stay compliant with regulations

Ensure any device that violates the various compliance standards for data privacy is not allowed to access corporate data. With automatic device scanning, detect jailbroken and rooted devices and remove them from management. Configure SafetyNet Attestation for Android devices for more stringent security rules. Identify and remove disallowed or outdated software and deny installations to avoid license and security breaches.

Automate device management

Organize your devices and users into groups based on directory grouping, OS, and enrollment method. Automatically distribute the required apps, configurations, and content to devices once they are added to the groups or moved from one group to another. Tag your devices with asset tags to enable quick and easy identification.

Integrate with help desk solutions

Leverage one-click integrations to manage and secure your assets from the same console that you use to manage tickets. Link issues, sync data, and perform device management actions with the required context regarding incidents. In addition to providing integrations with popular help desk and asset management software, like ManageEngine ServiceDesk Plus, ServiceNow, Spiceworks, Zendesk, and ManageEngine AssetExplorer, we also allow you to integrate using our readily available REST APIs.


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We have been using Mobile Device Manager Plus for over a year now, and it has assisted us in staying compliant with our organization's security and compliance policies. We are able to safeguard our customer data, track our devices, and implement policies over the air.

Syed Ahmad Rasool Sr. manager of technology security, Vodafone

Mobile Device Manager Plus is a powerful safeguard against the threat of corporate content coming into the wrong hands. This robust solution enables us to centralize all mobile devices on the same console as a web-portal which is segmented by countries. The access for local IT teams in each country is restricted to the mobile devices in their respective country, ensuring better security.

Abdoul Karim Barry Systems engineer, Microcred Group

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MDM 101: The basics of Mobile Asset Management (MAM) explained

  • 1. What is mobile asset management?

    Though mobile devices have become commonplace within enterprises, IT admins might have a tough time keeping track of them all across various platforms and types. Mobile asset management aims to simplify this process by allowing IT admins to view, manage, and maintain an inventory of all mobile endpoints used in their organization from a central console.

  • 2. Why is mobile asset management crucial?

    Like any other physical asset in an enterprise, a mobile device used for work should be tracked at all times. However, this can be difficult as mobile devices are often not on office premises, despite bearing and having access to sensitive corporate data. Organizations cannot risk these devices and the data on them falling into the wrong hands, resulting in data theft and compliance breaches. This is why mobile asset management is essential as it allows IT admins to ensure that these mobile devices are always accounted for, even if they are not on-premises.

  • 3. What is mobile device asset management software?

    Comprehensive mobile device management (MDM) solutions like Mobile Device Manager Plus can effectively function as mobile asset management software by allowing IT admins to maintain an inventory of all managed devices, their granular details, and their locations from the same console. Essentially, mobile asset management software and tools enable IT admins to collect managed devices details and generate reports on them for comprehensive mobile device inventory management.

  • 4. How can MDM make mobile asset management easier?

    By using MDM for mobile asset management, IT admins can benefit in the following ways:

    • Maintain a comprehensive inventory of all devices in the workflow, with granular details about each of them and the ability to initiate a scan anytime for real-time device details.
    • Gather the battery levels, current locations, and past locations of business-critical devices to ensure they stay powered on and on the right track.
    • Achieve location-based compliance by wiping sensitive corporate data if devices leave a defined boundary.
    • Configure devices to display the required information in the event of physical audits.
    • Generate reports on managed devices to gain rich insights that aid decision-making.
    • Remotely view, control, and troubleshoot devices when technical issues arise or remotely lock, track, and wipe them if they are lost or stolen in order to secure the data on them.
    • Simplify retiring older devices in a secure manner to prevent device misuse.
  • 5. How does Mobile Device Manager Plus help with mobile asset management?

    Mobile Device Manager Plus provides the following mobile asset management capabilities to admins:

    • Customizable dashboard: Admins can obtain an overview of the managed devices, device owners, installed apps, device platform and enrollment status. This view also provides a recently performed actions by different technicians and administrators for audit purposes.
    • Comprehensive Inventory: The Inventory tab provides granular details into the device details such as installed apps, available certificates, applied restrictions, device location. Additionally you'll be able the view encryption details and other security details as well.
    • Enhanced segregation of devices: With Groups, you can easily arrange your devices based on the hierarchy or departments. In addition to easier management, Mobile Device Manager Plus automatically distributes the required apps, configurations and content to the devices once they're added to the Groups or moved from one Group to another.
    • Scheduled device scans: Upon enrollment all devices are scanned and the details are displayed on the server. To ensure the device details fetched are always updated, enable scheduled device scans. Based on schedule configured, the devices are scanned and all the device details are updated.
    • Out-of the box reports: The details available in the Inventory can also be viewed as reports for audits or analysis. Mobile Device Manager Plus provides more than 10 pre-defined reports that can be downloaded from the Reports tab. You can also schedule these reports to be periodically mailed to specific email addresses. Additionally, you can also generate customised reports by running a Query on the MDM server
    • Bulk edit device details: You can also upload additional details such as warranty expiry date, purchase date, owner details and a lot more to create a single view for all the device details.
    • Maintain compliance: With various compliance standards being designed for data privacy, it's important for organizations to comply with these standards and ensure any device that violates these standards is not allowed to access corporate data. Mobile Device Manager Plus detects Jailbroken and rooted devices and automatically removes them from management, thereby ensuring these devices don't access corporate data. Organization with more stringent policies can also configure SafetyNet Attestation for Android devices.
    • Track device location: In many sectors like logistics, it's necessary to maintain logs about the locations traversed by the devices and also the most recent location of devices. With Geo-tracking, admins have an option to view the locations of devices individually or on a single map view.
    • Geofencing: Organizations that require the mobile devices to be available only in a certain geographical location can make use of Geofencing to perform various actions like notifying the admin, corporate wipe or complete wipe when the device leave the geofence.
    • Battery Level Tracking: It is essential for IT admins to keep a track of the battery levels on the devices, to ensure the devices do not run out of charge and are unable to contact the MDM server. Mobile Device Manager Plus enables admins to monitor the battery levels and charging status of devices and receive alerts when the device falls below a specified battery level.
    • Remote troubleshoot devices: Mobile devices, like every other technology, are not free of issues, with Mobile Device Manager Plus, you can ensure you can troubleshoot these issues by remotely controlling or viewing the device screens.
    • Integrations: Mobile Device Manager Plus also integrates with a whole host of other software that simplify management of devices. Take a look at all the available integrations.