SureMDM for Android
Android devices dominate the smart device market. Consumers, and businesses alike have found Android-based tablets, smartphones, smart TVs and smartwatches immensely useful. Whether these devices are brought into the workplace by the employees (BYOD) or are corporate-owned, there are many challenges in securing, monitoring and managing these devices.
Mobile Device Management
Enroll devices in seconds with QR code scanning and easily perform bulk enrollment.
Track devices on a map in real-time.
Save historical data. Utilize geo-tagging and geo-fencing.
View device screen remotely and send touch events. Transfer files. Share clipboard data.
Send messages to devices from central console.
Keep track of company assets (phones and tablets).
Mobile Application Management
Enterprise App Store
Allow users to install In-house or Google Play Store apps.
Push apps to mobile devices. Allow users to download apps on-demand through Enterprise App Store.
Mobile Content Management
Deliver content to devices remotely.
Secure content on mobile devices.
Wipe or delete company data from devices in the event of noncompliance with company policies, such as unauthorized attempts to access data and/or attempts to connect to unsecured networks.
Enforce password policies on each employee device.
Set up user email accounts on devices from the central console.
Restrict employee access to apps and settings.
Remove company data from a device if it is lost, stolen, or needs to be retired.
Restrict copy and paste actions for enterprise data.
Secure corporate data by encrypting the application container.
Android App Restrictions
Configure individual app settings from the central console.
Bring your Own Device (BYOD)
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is a corporate IT policy that allows employees to use their personal devices at the workplace. Employees can set up company email or access intranet websites on their personal phones or tablets. However, for IT, it is important to ensure that the data is safe and viewed only by employees. Various measures can be taken to achieve this goal. Read More...
Enforce Strict Password Policy
Ensure that a strong password is set up on the device before allowing access to corporate resources.
Secure corporate applications and data by running the app inside a container. Prohibit operations (such as copy/paste) that could allow employees to use company data in personal apps.
If a device is lost or an employee leaves the company, wipe corporate data from the device while leaving personal data intact.
Ensure corporate data is transferred securely over
Remotely monitor and set device health alerts.
Track and monitor location in real-time.
Utilize two-way messaging with broadcasting option.