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    MDM (No, not the debugger)?

    What experiences do you have with Mobile device Management solutions ?

    As a MS / Edu house, i'm interested in InTune from MIcrooft.
    We also have a limited demo of MobileIron kicking around that lets us do everything short of what we want to do (Deliver apps / lock down devices).

    Out requirements are:
    - Support of iOS and Android.
    - App store mode where we can make approved apps availible to staff.
    - Total phone lockdown - no booky apps and screensavers for you.

    Shouldn't be too hard i think, but it's one of those things which has been dropped on us fro a great height with no planning or forewarning, and has to be done next week
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    You might want to add the title to read/clarify MDM (Mobile device Management), because my first thought was "Microsoft Debug Manager" (mdm.exe).

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    For some reason my first thought was MDMA and I was wondering why it was in the tech area..

    InTune is supposed to be good but I haven't touched it.
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    I had to hit people with the common sense stick but we are going to stick to Jamf for all apple devices, and just use 'something(tm)' for androids.
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    Before we went Google (They have their own MDM - Device Policy) we were using Airwatch.

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    It look sliek the only MDM controls you can put onto android devics is the Android for enterprise sandbox, then install apps into that so there's no cross contamination...

    C/D ?
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    As for InTune, in general MS' docs over at docs.microsoft.com seem to be quite decent these days, so you might want to have a look at https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/intune/

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    We use VMware AirWatch here. Works great for me as an end user. No idea how it is to manage though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lana Torrin View Post
    For some reason my first thought was MDMA and I was wondering why it was in the tech area..

    InTune is supposed to be good but I haven't touched it.
    Damit Lana, I wanted to make a shit post about this
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    Used it about 3 years ago. Seemed good, but we were using WP10 devices.

    As far as pushing out apps, it didn't do a great job, but as far as security was concerned, not hard to lock them down.

    A bit like activesynch++

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