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Android Device Manager is a security feature that enables locating and in certain cases even remotely locking or wiping an Android device if it gets stolen or lost. The key function the device manager is to protect your Android device. After the device is connected to a user’s Google account, it starts to highlight any piece of hardware that is detected to be malfunctioning. It also allows users to supply device drivers, enable/disable devices, and view other technical properties.
The lock option provided by the device manager can be used to lock a device if it gets lost or stolen. This option also allows users to change or set a password or pin and even display a message on the locked screen in order to help someone who finds the lost device to contact the owner of the device. The ring option provided by the device manager allows users to ring their phones if it is not there with them and also if they have the ringer turned off or down. With this ring option, users will be able to ring their phones for five minutes or till the power button is hit. This indeed will help users to find their lost phones once they get close to it by following the map. The device/phone can be set to the same settings it had while it was brand new by just using the wipe option. This wipe option can be used even when the power is off, thus preventing misuse of the device or data stored in the device.
System administrators have a lot of extra work to do nowadays because employees are allowed to bring in personal devices to work. With all the smartphones available and all the options they offer, it makes sense to be able to work with different devices, but it also means that Android device manager is necessary. Instead of working harder and being challenged, we at Comodo have come up with a Mobile Device Management (MDM) system to help. Our software allows administrators to:
It also provides advanced controls and enhanced capabilities for certain devices, such as the Samsung KNOX and SAFE versions.
With our product, you'll get enrollment, audits/reports, and management for profiles, apps, and security.
With the reporting and auditing features on the Mobile Device Manager for Android, you'll be able to generate reports based on the criteria needed and can perform assertive monitoring on those reports.
Managing security can include:
With our product, you'll also get to manage apps and can distribute/manage Play Store and in-house apps, generate reports to help monitor statuses, publish apps so users can install them on their own and segregate different apps.
Profile management is also a necessity and can allow you to create restrictions and policies, and ensure they are enforced. You can also configure different settings for different resources and can restrict the use of different options on the smartphone. For example, you can turn off the camera, webcam, and Bluetooth capabilities, or can restrict browsers for security purposes.
MDM for Android solutions can ensure that everyone gets to use their preferred device without causing too much of a security risk to the corporation. Contact us today to learn more.
Comodo Mobile Device Management (MDM) for Android allows system administrators to manage, audit, secure, and monitor Android devices that connect to the enterprise wired and wireless networks.
Administrators can enroll devices, and manage profiles, apps, and security on the Android devices.
A collection of settings that can be applied to Android devices enrolled into Comodo Device Manager.
Over-the-Air enrollment of mobile devices
Quickly import mobile devices and endpoints individually or via LDAP and Active Directory
Authenticate users with a one-time password and/or with a user's Active Directory/LDAP credentials
Enforcement of default profile means devices and endpoints can be securely managed right after enrollment
Ensure the safety of data on endpoints and devices by running an automatic scan straight after enrollment.