Many companies are faced with the question of which mobile operating system is better suited for use in their company. In our eBook, we take a detailed look at all the important aspects surrounding the professional use of iOS and Android devices. We provide plenty for you to consider allowing you to make the right decision for your company.
Keep your business secure! With these 21 tips, organizations can ensure the highest level of data protection when a device is lost.
The aim of this free eBook is to provide an overview of BYOD and its suitability for modern organizations undergoing digital transformation. It summarizes BYOD's benefits, the use cases where it can be leveraged best, and which processes it aims to simplify and enhance.
Introducing BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) is a great way for organizations to respond to the growing necessity of mobile and remote working. In this free document, we share our experiences on what separates a successful device management scheme with high employee uptake, from poorly planned schemes which fail or are unnecessarily restrictive.
Thanks to User Enrollment, companies have a new way to integrate BYOD mobile devices. In this white paper you will learn more about which policies, commands and profile settings IT admins can implement with User Enrollment and which management options will no longer be possible for Apple BYOD in the future.
Manage Android devices effectively. This free white paper contains our recommended Android Enterprise settings and best usage guidelines.
This white paper is aimed at newcomers to the topic of MDM and is intended to advise those who are considering introducing a Mobile Device Management system in their company. IT managers can see how they can ensure security, transparency and control with MDM when smartphones and tablets are being used in the company. The white paper also aims to defuse concerns related to the implementation of MDM itself. In doing so we hope to demonstrate not only how uncomplicated MDM systems are but also the great range of advantages that it brings.
From May 2018, the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) becomes mandatory. In our white paper, you’ll find out what needs to be considered when using mobile devices in your company and how to design an enterprise mobility concept that is compliant with the EU’s GDPR requirements.
The Apple Device Enrollment Program (DEP) offers the opportunity for you to quickly and easily integrate iOS devices into the business IT. With DEP, and providing an EMM solution is used, iOS devices can now be brought into service and configured in just a few steps. Administrators are now able to configure the devices without having to actually set hands on them. In this document you will discover how the Cortado Server EMM solution can be used with DEP to integrate company-owned iOS devices into your IT landscape.
To securely manage and control business data on an iPhone or iPad, it is recommended to set up a secure business container. The use of managed apps and domains ensures that sensitive corporate data remains within the business container. In addition, the data stream is protected by connecting to a Per App VPN. In this white paper, you will learn how to build a secure native business container in just a few steps.
Personal and business data should always be separated on smartphones and tablets, as mobile working with unmanaged apps results in a high security risk to companies. This resource shows you how Android devices are being transformed into secure and productive work tools with the help of MAM – mobile application management.
VPN is the most viable and secure solution for data communication today, for both companies and end users. With the use of smartphones and tablets in the corporate world, standard VPN solutions are often not sufficient. Depending on the usage, security, and compliance requirements of the company, more VPN models are required. That's why Apple, especially since iOS 8, offers a broad range of VPN settings. Discover in this white paper more about the various VPNs and how to combine them with iPhones and iPads.
Although some providers are still operating, the number of app wrapping vendors has dwindled over the last 10 years. Read here why more efficient and secure alternatives based on native app management are now the MDM industry standard.