As the mobile workforce continues to grow, many employees now utilize their personal devices to access corporate information. Maas360 is a mobile device management platform (MDM) or enterprise mobility management platform (EMM) that provides end to end support on users, devices, applications, emails, documents, and web access.
Because of its fully integrated cloud-based platform (an on-premise version is also available), the deployment process is quick and seamless. This means you can begin managing all of your devices almost immediately! Centrality aims to save you valuable time and money by monitoring and managing your mobile workforce so you can focus on your core production.
Our MDM solution includes the following:
- Rapid and Seamless Deployment
- Flexible Container Options Based on Individual Business Needs
- All Major Smartphone OS’s Supported
- Easily Scalable
- Remote Management and Support
- Secure Platform: SOC 2 Type II & FISMA certified & listed on the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA)
With a mobile device management platform in place, eliminate the worries about lost or stolen devices containing corporate information. Easily lock and wipe the device to prevent outside access and protect your business data. Many business hesitate allowing BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) because of the risks involved. For instance, increased risk of data leak and maintaining compliance are typically the main concerns. Lack of control from an IT staff perspective, as to the hardware brought in to access the network, and user privacy are other concerns preventing the complete move to BYOD. In other cases, the IT staff may have no time to take on the management of their organization’s mobile devices in addition to their daily tasks and projects. MaaS 360’s mobile device management platform makes the management of these mobile devices not only possible, but simple.Request a Consultation
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