Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) : A Beginner’s Guide

Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) : A Beginner’s Guide

What is Unified Endpoint Management (UEM)?

In layman terms, Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) is the process to manage, secure and control enterprise-owned and employee-owned mobile devices, desktops, laptops and other endpoints from a single unified platform in a coherent and connected way.

When you say Endpoint, it can be anything from desktop computers (PCs), laptops, tablets, smartphones, printers, scanners, projectors, wearables, to rugged devices, digital signages, mPoS, virtual desktops and so on.

Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) enables business with remote management, configuration, tracking, monitoring, and maintenance of different endpoints (mobile and fixed) that are generally capable of connecting to a network and may […] Read more

Mobile Content Management Software: What Companies Need to Know

Mobile Content Management Software: What Companies Need to Know

With an increasingly mobile workforce, companies are managing expectations of the knowledge workers to access important enterprise information while on-the-go, from anywhere, any device, anytime. Nevertheless, real time information-consumption drives effective, precise and quicker business decisions while enhancing overall customer experience and organizational growth. As enterprises are embracing a mobile-first culture, telecommuting is becoming a fast-paced phenomenon wherein remote and mobile employees need to have real-time electronic access to necessary company data and documents.

What is Mobile Content Management and why it became so important?

According to an IDG Enterprise Study, 82% of people who the company interviewed agreed to the fact employees […] Read more

BYOD in Healthcare: Benefits, Challenges, Solutions

BYOD in Healthcare: Benefits, Challenges, Solutions

BYOD in Healthcare has made inroads into healthcare and this has proven to be impactful and effectual to drive better processes in the healthcare industry. Health-care facilities and hospitals are rapidly moving towards digital transformation owing to testified benefits of BYOD. Technology has been aiding better healthcare through Electronic Health Records (EHR’s), Personal Health Records (PHR’s), telehealth devices, remote monitoring technologies, and mobile health (mHealth) applications. Mobile technology and device policies like Healthcare BYOD have further helped in accessing real-time information and performing prompt actions.

The desktop computers used in healthcare earlier were confined to particular rooms and could be accessed […] Read more

Mobile Device Management for Android based Digital Signage

Mobile Device Management for Android based Digital Signage

Android digital signage kiosks are used at various places, in retail malls, at airports, at hotels and resort, at the hospitals, in school, in museums, in short, is used in various industries like retail, hospitality, education, healthcare, travel & tourism. They are used for displaying advertisements, maps, travelling information like interactive videos, the map of a museum or shopping mall, flight status, information about a historical landmark, etc. Hence, digital signage is used very conveniently for various purpose as people get interested in displays which are eye-catching and dynamic and offer a great deal of flexibility.

However, the bottom line is that while […] Read more

Support for managed configurations is coming to Samsung apps

Support for managed configurations is coming to Samsung apps

As a big player in the Android ecosystem, we have decided to begin supporting managed configurations on Samsung apps, starting with Samsung Email.

 

What is managed configurations?

 

Managed configurations is an app configuration feature developed by Android. It allows you to remotely push configurations to apps.

 

 

Managed configurations use the following process:

 

1. App developers implement logic to support managed configurations in their apps. They define which app settings can be remotely configured in an XML schema file in their Android app. This schema is linked to the app’s manifest file. Once done, app developers push their app to Managed Google Play.

 

2. MDM developers […] Read more