On Wednesday, September 18th, Apple released iOS 7 upgrades to existing iOS devices. NOTE: MaaS360 now supports both, currently enrolled devices upgrading to iOS 7 and new device enrollments running iOS 7. This note describes some of the key, new MDM features made available in iOS 7 and outlines how you can utilize each of them in MaaS360. If you have additional questions, please contact us via the MaaSters Center (here), via support at firstname.lastname@example.org or 800-546-5750. Thank you for choosing MaaS360!
MaaS360 is continuing to add support for new features to support iOS 7. This is in continuation to the first update which can be found here: MaaS360 iOS 7 MDM Features: Update #1 These new features will be elevated in the evening of Sept 25 with the exception of the 1 and 4 below item which already exist.
Apple recently released their new VPP Support. MaaS360 has integrated with this new feature. The feature does need to be enabled by a Fiberlink Administrator so if you are interested in this feature, please contact your account manager, sales manage or customer support with your account number and we will happily enable it.
Email is still the killer app for smartphones and tablets, but it is not enough to unlock the potential of true mobile collaboration. Your colleagues need simple and secure access to business resources that are behind the firewall, such as SharePoint, Windows File Shares, web apps and Intranet sites.
Employees are bringing their own iPhones, iPads and Androids to work at an unprecedented rate. To the disappointment of many, there is no one-size-fits-all method to address end-user privacy and network security concerns. Use this forum to discuss how you’ll beat devices to the door with a well-founded BYOD policy.
Ever-evolving technology brings opportunities, but only when managed properly. Read, share and learn how to keep users mobile without compromising the safety of their data. Our MaaS360 experts will post answers to your questions about inventory tracking, patch management, policy configuration and more.
Mobile apps are the leading attraction to smartphones and tablets, but every organization handles them differently. How will you reap the productivity benefits and discard the security risks? Use this forum to discuss your strategy for app distribution, lifecycle management, user compliance and more.
Quick transfer of documents, spreadsheets and presentations is one of the biggest advantages afforded to us by smartphones and tablets today. Paradoxically, it remains one of the riskiest activities conducted in the corporate setting. How do you plan to keep the files flowing without compromising sensitive data?
Each time a call is made, an app is opened or a text is sent, your workers get that much closer to their data limit. Factor in roaming and you’ll be running for answers quicker than you can say 4G. Discuss your strategy for monitoring and controlling devices to keep costs down and employee output maximized.
Think shoulder pads and referees. Your players know how the game works but need a way to play it safe and in accordance with the rules. Are you doing your part to uphold a safety net for your mobile devices and their users? Use this forum to ask questions and discuss your end-user security & compliance strategy.
Healthcare is going mobile. But that presents significant challenges around safely supporting enterprise and employee devices to secure electronic protected healthcare information (EPHI), prevent data leakage, and comply with HIPAA and other regulations. Visit this forum to discuss your strategy, share best practices, and connect with your Healthcare peers to compare challenges and solutions.
iPhones, iPads and Androids haven’t beaten out the laptops—they’ve joined them. Chances are you are looking for a way to implement total enterprise device management to include smartphones and tablets. Share how you’ll address change among users, devices and applications while preventing security risks.