A Mobile Device Management (MDM) system allows companies and schools to take control of, and monitor devices that are used by people within their school or company when required.
It can also be used with devices that aren’t owned by the business or school.
Devices that are used in school and for work purposes are often required to be updated on time, run specific apps, and more. With mobile device management, the tool gives control of those things to business and school IT departments to allow for easier administration, all remotely, across devices like those powered by iOS, iPadOS, macOS, and even tvOS.
MDM lets you securely and wirelessly configure devices by sending profiles and commands to the device, whether they’re owned by the user or your organization. MDM capabilities include updating software and device settings, monitoring compliance with organizational policies, and remotely wiping or locking devices.
Adding a device to a MDM like Kandji is very simple, and it can be easily handled by the IT department and with little input required from the user. They don’t need any physical access to the devices either, and everything can be handled remotely. IT departments can also then apply restrictions to devices, preventing them from accessing specific apps and more.
Kandji details how MDM works and how it can be used in a support document on its website here.
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