ESET® MOBILE DEVICE MANAGEMENT for Apple iOS

Lightweight, powerful configuration & management of iOS devices

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ESET Mobile Device Management for Apple iOS

Set up, configure and monitor all company iOS devices from a single pane of glass. Enables:

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Anti-theft

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Web content filtering

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Applications whitelisting/blacklisting

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Device security


Significant security increase

Since users don't always implement device security properly, ESET enables admins to define password complexity requirements, set screen lock timers, prompt users to encrypt their devices, block cameras and more.

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Simple licensing

Mix and match your license seats as needed. Migrate seats from one device to another, regardless of the OS.

Remote management

No need for dedicated solutions—ESET Mobile Device Management for Apple iOS comes integrated within ESET Security Management Center, giving you a network security overview that includes all endpoints, mobiles, tablets and servers.

Use cases

PROBLEM

Organizations need to be concerned about devices being lost or stolen, as well as the threat of data theft when an employee is terminated.

SOLUTION

  • Enforce security policy that requires mobile devices to be encrypted.
  • Implement security policies that require passcodes or PINs to be set on all devices.
  • Lock out or remotely wipe devices when needed.

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The ESET difference

Anti-theft

Remotely lock/unlock devices or wipe all the data they contain in case they are lost or stolen.

App whitelist/blacklist

Whitelist/blacklist apps to prevent users from installing prohibited apps and manage app notifications to users.

Push account settings remotely

Remotely push out account settings such as Wi-Fi, VPN and Exchange information.

Web content filtering

Adult web content, as defined by Apple, can be blocked. The admin can also whitelist or blacklist specific URLs.

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System Requirements

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