The way we work has really changed over the past decade, becoming way more complex and way more mobile. And your job of endpoint management has also gotten more complicated. Perhaps your company distributes mobile devices to employees, or maybe you’ve implemented a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) program. Do you even know how many mobile devices are connecting to your network at any give time?
If not, you likely do know that it’s critical to get a handle on mobile device management ASAP. Today’s cybercriminals are sophisticated, and when devices aren’t properly protected, hacking into them and the networks they connect to is child’s play. Plus, regulations have gotten very strict in this climate. It’s important to understand what you’ve got out there in your mobile world to make sure everything is compliant.
If you’re using KACE Systems Management Appliance (SMA), you know just how beneficial it is to have full visibility into the status of all your endpoints. Seeing everything from one console enables you to deploy software updates in one fell swoop, ensure compliance regulations are met and keep everything secure.
Did you know you can also do the same for all your mobile endpoints? KACE Mobile Device Manager (MDM) gives you simple, straightforward, cloud-based management of all your smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices.
And the really great thing about KACE MDM is that it integrates right into KACE SMA, so you can just extend all the endpoint management capabilities you know and love right over to your mobile infrastructure. Here’s a little video that walks through the process of connecting the two solutions so you can use one console for everything. Setup is super straightforward.
Using KACE MDM you can enroll, inventory, configure and secure your Android and iOS mobile devices just like you would your traditional desktop and laptop computers. It really allows you to get control of your mobile endpoints and integrate them with the rest of your endpoint environment. So you can stop thinking of them separately but rather as one environment. Then you can streamline all management tasks to build a unified endpoint management approach, so that everything is managed from one interface. It’s beautiful, really.
Want to learn more about how to extend endpoint management and security to your mobile devices?