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Enforce restrictions to keep data stored on devices safe.
Create a virtual fence around corporate data with data loss prevention policies.
Control and encrypt network traffic from devices.
Configure device and app login policies, such as passcodes, biometrics, and enterprise single sign-on.
Block untrustworthy websites, sideloaded apps, USBs, and connections to Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and VPNs to keep devices secure.
Control which apps and device functions can be accessed by users.
Automate, schedule, or defer OS updates on mobile devices to meet your organization's needs.
Configure app permissions for store and in-house apps and, if necessary, grant users the flexibility to change them.
Secure corporate data with restrictions on data sharing and backups. Also perform remote actions like lock, locate, and wipe when devices are lost.
Ensure only compliant devices have access to Exchange emails and workspace apps.
Perform remedial actions to secure data when devices leave approved geographic fences.
Restrict jailbroken or rooted devices from accessing corporate data.
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
Mobile security management ensures that all mobile endpoints within an organization are fully protected from security threats. This involves enforcing security policies, configurations, and restrictions on the smartphones, tablets, and laptops used by the organization's workforce, effectively protecting corporate data when it is at rest, in use, and in transit.
Traditionally, employees accomplished tasks on local workstations like desktops that did not require corporate data to leave the organization's secure internal network. Now, remote work has become the new normal, resulting in a surge in the use of mobile devices for work. Distributed workforces access corporate resources on their mobile devices and over the internet, causing business-sensitive data to leave organizations' internal networks.
This increases the chances of corporate data being leaked, stolen, or manipulated by cybercriminals looking to leverage any security vulnerability to their benefit. One successful data breach can make an organization become noncompliant with international privacy and security standards, resulting in hefty fines and irreparable damage to its reputation. Therefore, securing these distributed mobile endpoints has become a task of paramount importance for IT admins.
In a BYOD environment, separating the corporate workspace from users' personal data on user-owned devices through containerization will keep corporate data secure while ensuring the privacy of users' personal data. All corporate data and apps will be hosted within a virtual container on the device that the admin can monitor, manage, and secure. This container can also be exclusively wiped if the employee leaves the organization or if the device is lost or stolen, thus ensuring business-sensitive information is kept confidential.