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Mobile Device Management



Mobile Device Management Solutions

Have you heard of BYOD? Businesses are allowing employees to use personal mobile devices in the workplace in unprecedented numbers. For employees, this means they can use the devices that make them most productive, while employers are spared the cost of furnishing mobile devices on the company dollar.

Despite the benefits, the explosion of mobile devices in the workplace means that many small and midsized businesses are under increasing pressure to address the security risks that are posed by these employee-owned mobile devices.

When left unmanaged, employee-owned mobile devices can lead to leaked emails, intellectual property, client contracts or customer information.

Mobile Device Management with NetStandard

Employees expect to be productive across a variety of device types with access to the applications they need. Mobile device management helps businesses balance and live with the tradeoff between providing employees with the productivity tools they like to use, like email and collaboration apps, while still ensuring corporate data is safe and secure.

Powered by IBM’s MobileFirst Managed Mobility Services, NetStandard offers a mobile device management system that allows businesses to manage the entire mobile device lifecycle from enrollment to policy management, security, application management, document distribution and support.

What if an employee leaves the company with corporate information on their phone? If a user leaves your company, we can wipe your business data without compromising the employee’s personal information.

Key Features:

  • Straightforward point-and-click enrollment for new users
  • Automatic configuration for email access, WiFi settings, and set up of VPN clients
  • Enforced device compliance checks, including enablement of encryption, installation of
  • antivirus and enforcement of no rooted or jailbroken devices
  • Restrictions on copy and paste functions as well as cloud and local data backups
  • Real-time alerts of compliance violations
  • Device location tracking
  • Ability to remotely lock and/or wipe device
  • Ability to isolate enterprise and personal information
  • Automatic application of system restrictions, firewall and firewall rules
  • Self-service functions, like tools for employees to find their own phones or reset their passcodes
  • Blocks known malicious websites and allows the blocking of specific URLs
  • Restricts cookies, file downloads, copying, pasting, and printing from a device

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