Posts Tagged ‘SureMDM’

Mass Enrollment in SureMDM using Knox Mobile Enrollment

Knox Mobile Enrollment is a quick and easy way to enroll and setup multiple devices with an EMM solution. It enables out-of-the-box EMM enrollment and configuration of new Samsung devices. If the devices are not bought through a reseller, Samsung still offers an option for enrollment and configuration using NFC and Bluetooth.   SureMDM and…

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Control Mobile Data Spending with 42Gears UEM Suite

Businesses are constantly adopting new set of cloud-based services and mobility solutions to streamline their operations. This has resulted in the growth of a bigger expense category which is wireless data. Managing wireless or cellular data requires automating operational processes to achieve complete visibility, cost reduction and enhanced efficiency. Earlier, Telecom Expense Management (TEM) practice…

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Network Fence Your Business Mobile Devices with SureMDM

Nowadays, most enterprises have adopted mobility strategies like Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) and Corporate-owned Personally Enabled (COPE), to conduct business activities within and outside the office premises. As these devices move freely from one Wi-Fi network to another, they are constantly exposed to security threats such as malware and viruses. These threats could pose…

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Apple iOS and Mac OS Device Management through DEP

Apple offers Device Enrollment Program (DEP) for mass provisioning and managing iOS and Mac OS devices in enterprises. Traditionally, configuring newly purchased iOS and macOS devices was a complicated and time-consuming process. DEP helps to simplify the initial setup and provisioning of devices in enterprises. Also, it makes the Mobile Device Management (MDM) enrollment a…

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Demystifying Android Enterprise Zero-touch Enrollment

Mass device enrollment and provisioning mobile devices has always been a cumbersome and time-consuming task for IT admins. The entire process that is usually followed involves unpacking the mobile device, booting up, and installing all required business application and configuration. This process took lot of time to get the device ready for operational use. Google…

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iPad and iPhone Screen Sharing using SureMDM

Ability to remotely view iOS screen in real-time is an excellent way to provide technical support or training to your iPhone and iPad users. If you can see it, you can fix it. 42Gears EMM solution – SureMDM has an native feature to remotely view iPhone and iPad screens right from the browser window on your…

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Tips to Reduce Network Data Usage by SureMDM Nix Agent on Android

While SureMDM offers features to monitor and manage overall cellular data consumption on mobile devices, there are several SureMDM Nix features that themselves consume data. Businesses that do not require these features can turn them off to save on data consumption. Some of the data consuming features of SureMDM Nix Agent are: 1. Periodic Device Info…

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Better Customer Experience at Restaurants using Smart Devices based Digital Signage

With sales of $799 billion (Source:National Restaurant Association Report 2017), US restaurant industry is one of the largest potential markets for the new age technologies. Nowadays, many restaurants are adopting digital signage solutions in an effort to boost sales and enhance customer service. Any off-the shelf smart devices based on Android or Windows OS can…

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How to remotely push files to a Linux device?

File Transfer Job for Linux in SureMDM allows IT Admins to remotely push files to enrolled Linux devices. To create and apply a File Transfer Job, follow below mentioned steps: 1. Login to SureMDM Web Console 2. Click on Jobs 3. Click on New Job and then select OS as Linux 4. Click on File…

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How to remotely execute shell commands on Linux devices using SureMDM Run Scripts?

SureMDM is a multi-platform,  an EMM solution that supports remote management of Linux devices. You can remotely execute Linux shell commands to perform variety of actions such as: – Installing applications – Creating and Deleting directory – Creating and Deleting files – Configuring  read/write/execute permissions to files – moving files between folders Executing Linux shell…

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