Mobility is changing how we work and live: users are blending their personal and professional lives, apps and tools need to work well across different devices, and employees expect and—are expected—to work from anywhere.Today, going mobile means having instant access to all documents, content and colleagues—as well as the tools to get any job done—anywhere, anytime.

Enterprise Mobility : what it’s truly worth to your business

Mobility has overtaken the enterprise. For business leaders, embracing enterprise mobility provides opportunity in three key areas:

  • Empowering employees,
  • Business transformation, and
  • Delighting customers.

It’s time for business and IT leaders to come together to build a proactive, strategic and sustainable enterprise mobility strategy that will enable them to break through this complexity and transform their business for a mobile-first, cloud-first world.

Mobile Customization

With the increasing volume and diversity of both ‘bring your own device’ (BYOD) and corporate Owned devices being used in organizations today, a growing challenge for IT departments is keeping corporate information secure. Microsoft mobile application management (MAM) and mobile device management (MDM) solutions help minimize this complexity by offering management capabilities both on-premises and in the cloud, all from a single console.

We Integrated Enterprise can offer you the following customization’s in the windows mobile using the Mobile Device Management. Wherein,

Mobile device management (MDM) capabilities support the following:

  • Certificate, email, VPN and WiFI profiles. You can deploy certificate profiles to mobile devices, and also deploy e-mail, VPN and WiFI profiles
  • Manage corporate-owned iOS devices. You can set up devices for enrolment and then distribute them to specific users, or you can enroll devices so that they can be shared by multiple users.
  • Mobile application management. Managed mobile apps can be configured to restrict certain app operations, such as copy and paste, to help protect your organization’s data. You can also use the managed browser to control the sites that users are allowed to visit.
  • Conditional access. Use conditional access policies to control access to on-premises Microsoft Exchange email from mobile devices, even when the device is not managed.
  • Passwords management differs across mobile device platforms, but all platforms let you require a password, limit the number of failed attempts, limit the minutes before the screen locks, set password expiration, and prevent previously-used passwords.
  • Application settings. You can control browser settings, and also such application settings as whether app stores can be used on mobile devices.
  • Device capabilities, cellular and voice. You can allow or deny the use of a camera, control roaming settings, and enable or disable iOS voice assistant and voice dialling features.
  • Reset pass codes, lock, selectively wipe or retire devices. You can reset pass codes if users lose access to their device, lock missing or stolen devices, or even wipe data off of missing or stolen devices.

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