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Let your employees use the devices they’re familiar with while protecting your cybersecurity with the power of MDM – mobile device management
Mobile device management software secures business apps and logins from vulnerabilities of employee personal activities
Why choose Lowry Solutions for mobile device management solutions?
Allow Lowry Solutions to deploy and manage your mobile device management tools. With almost 50 years in the asset tracking business, we’ll ensure that your devices are secured and accounted for.
Mixing personal and business applications leaves a gaping hole in your cybersecurity position. MDM creates separate device storage to protect from personal account hacks.
Prevent installation of malicious software with security alerts and update reminders. Configure devices to automatically download and update pre-authorized applications
Improve the efficiency of business processes, allowing users to instantly see what they need to know without the hassle of manually searching for the necessary data
With mobile device management, have remote control over network connected devices, allowing you to disable features wipe devices remotely to prevent theft
Real-time user-defined alerts notify the user when certain actions are being performed on a device, or when an asset has moved outside of its allowed boundaries
Track the status and location of all devices in real time. This allows the user to make quick decisions to protect the device, like locking it against theft and damage
Get total control over your network with an mobile device management solution that allows you to integrate any device, giving you visibility and control no matter the operation system.
Geofences allow certain actions to be performed once a product or asset leaves or enters a designated area. This permits the simple tracking of an asset or product, and can significantly help protect products from theft
Interactive remote control of devices allow optimal help desk capability and troubleshooting, as well as remote view and advanced device management
One of the main benefits of mobile device management for application management is the ability to enforce policies related to the use of certain applications. Administrators can configure app settings, such as disabling certain features, requiring updates, or restricting access based on user roles.
Mobile device management can also control the installation of new apps and limit access to specific app stores, which can help to prevent users from downloading unauthorized or potentially harmful apps.
Additionally, mobile device management can remotely remove applications from devices, providing an additional level of security in case a device is lost or stolen.
Remotely monitor and report on device usage, including application and data usage, location data, and device performance metrics. This data can be used to optimize policies, reduce costs, and improve productivity.
Mobile device management can also provide automated alerts and notifications when certain thresholds are met, such as when a device exceeds a specified data usage limit.
Additionally, mobile device management reporting can provide valuable information on security threats, including potential malware or data breaches, allowing administrators to quickly take action to mitigate these risks.
Mobile device management can enforce passwords and encryption, remotely wipe or lock a device if it is lost or stolen, and control access to applications and services.
Mobile device management can also ensure that devices are up to date with the latest software patches and security updates, reducing the risk of vulnerabilities that can be exploited by attackers.
Mobile device management software can monitor device activity, such as login attempts, app installations, and network activity, to detect any suspicious behavior. Administrators can then be alerted to potential security threats, such as malware infections, unauthorized access attempts, or risky network connections.
Mobile device management solutions can support multiple operating systems, including iOS, Android, Windows, and macOS. This is particularly important for organizations with a bring your own device (BYOD) policy, where employees may use different types of devices and operating systems for work-related purposes.
The universal compatibility of mobile device management systems is made possible through the use of standard protocols, such as the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) and the Mobile Device Management Protocol (MDMP), which enable MDM software to communicate with a variety of devices and operating systems.
Lowry Solutions offers a cloud-hosted MDM service to help you monitor, manage, secure, and support your mobile strategy. We partner with your company to provide a complete onboarding program and learning system to ensure a smooth, efficient transition to the new service. Tailored specifically to your deployment needs, this MDM solution will help you grow your business and increase productivity—all while meeting your budget and goals.
What’s included in Lowry’s cloud-hosted MDM services?
Remote help desk capability supports a growing mobile workforce.
Track company-owned devices and locate them on maps.
Get real-time alerts to measure usage and other device data.
Monitor your own data from your customized online dashboard, tailored to your business.
Track the status and location of all your devices in real time.
Download approved enterprise applications and maintain an application’s inventory.
Remote support is the fastest and most reliable interactive remote control of Android and Windows devices for optimal help desk capability and troubleshooting, as well as remote view and advanced device management available for iOS devices.
These best-in-class remote help desk capabilities offer administrators the ability to support their growing mobile workforce.
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The key features and capabilities of mobile device management software can vary depending on the specific solution, but generally include the following:
Some advanced features may include containerization, geofencing, and remote wipe capabilities. The specific features and capabilities of an MDM solution may vary depending on the vendor and the pricing tier selected.
Mobile device management software can improve productivity by:
Mobile device management is also compatible with a wide range of mobile devices and operating systems, allowing businesses to use a single solution to manage and secure all devices.
Yes, mobile device management software is designed to be compatible with a wide range of mobile devices and operating systems, including iOS, Android, Windows, and macOS, through the use of standard protocols.
Mobile device management solutions can support multiple device types, including smartphones, tablets, and laptops, allowing businesses to use a single mobile device management solution to manage and secure all mobile devices used within their organization.
Most mobile device management software providers offer a range of support and training resources to help businesses get started with mobile device management and manage their mobile devices effectively. These resources may include online tutorials, knowledge bases, webinars, and user forums.
Many mobile device management vendors also offer phone and email support, as well as professional services, such as implementation and training, to help businesses get the most out of their mobile device management solution.
The cost of mobile device management software varies depending on the vendor, number of devices to be managed, and features included.
Pricing models can range from per-device pricing to a monthly or annual subscription model.
Factors that can influence pricing include:
Some vendors may offer additional features, such as containerization or mobile application management which can add to the cost.