Mobile Device Management

Learn What White Papers Are And Why They're Important

A white paper is just an article that talks about the organization's philosophy and position on various subjects. In some cases, they can be political, social or a non-detailed explanation of the product technology, framework or architecture. It usually explains the conclusions, results and construction from a design or development effort.

At Comodo, we understand your need to learn as much as possible about various products and what they do before making a final decision. You cannot make an informed decision if you don't know enough about the topic or product, so we have made things simple by including our white paper.

What It Means For Information Technology

With IT, white papers are usually written by an expert in the field or someone who created the product so it can explain why the product is necessary, how to use it or something else about it. It can talk about specific products or may explain more about technical topics.

For example, you can find white papers about:

  • Mobile security
  • Application security
  • Management options
  • Why all these things are necessary
  • BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) programs
  • Various operating systems
  • Different smartphone or mobile device options
  • How to handle data security on mobile devices

Almost anything can be considered a white paper, as long as it has a voice of authority and speaks to the reader in a way they can understand. While most of these articles are provided for IT personnel who already know the terms, they can also be read by business owners and managers to help understand the process and terminology.

We only ask you for your name and email address, which are required for us to email you our whitepaper. A telephone number is preferred, but not necessary.

What's new in CMDM 3.0
OTA Enrollment

Over-the-Air enrollment of mobile devices

Fast Enrollment

Quickly import mobile devices and endpoints individually or via LDAP and Active Directory

Secure Enrollment

Authenticate users with a one-time password and/or with a user's Active Directory/LDAP credentials

Immediate Control

Enforcement of default profile means devices and endpoints can be securely managed right after enrollment

Immediate Security

Ensure the safety of data on endpoints and devices by running an automatic scan straight after enrollment.