Windows device management enables IT admins to simplify the management of Windows devices used in an enterprise by implementing a Windows MDM solution to secure, manage and monitor these devices. Windows mobile device management (MDM) helps IT admins to enroll devices, assign them to users, distribute apps and content to them, and enforce security policies on them to prevent data leaks.
Mobile Device Manager Plus provides robust Windows device management to support devices running on OS versions 8, 8.1, 10 and 11. This Windows device management software can empower your administrators to monitor, manage, audit, and secure official data on your Windows mobile devices. Additionally, MDM can be used for managing Microsoft Windows 10 and Windows 11 laptops/PCs, Surface Pro tablets, as well as Surface Hubs running Windows 10 or Windows 11 Team OS. Learn more about modern Windows 11 MDM.
Refer our Windows feature comparison matrix for a detailed feature-wise comparison across all supported Windows OS.
Mobile Device Manager Plus is a Windows MDM solutions that provides the following features that comprehensively manage your Windows devices.
Windows MDM or MDM for Windows device management is the set of tools and practices leveraged by IT admins to bring Windows phones, laptops, and desktops under corporate management.
Windows device management is essential as IT admins have to ensure that the Windows devices used for work are secure and have restrictions in place to meet organization and industry standards.
With Windows MDM software IT admins can enroll devices in bulk, pre-configure them with the required permissions and restrictions, ensure they are secure, distribute files and apps to them, track the location, initiate remote commands, and even provision them as dedicated kiosk devices. This enhances the device user's experience while also ensuring corporate data is secure.
Windows 10 devices can be brought under corporate management using an MDM tool like Mobile Device Manager Plus. This comprehensive MDM tool allows you to bulk enroll the Windows 10 laptops and desktops used in your organization using Windows Autopilot, or the Windows ICD tool. In the case of employee-owned devices, a mail invite can be sent for enrollment. Users can also be allowed to enroll their own devices. After devices are enrolled, they can be managed right from the MDM server.