Mobile application management (MAM) describes software and services responsible for provisioning and controlling access to internally developed and commercially available mobile applications used in business settings on both company-provided and bring your own (BYOD) smartphones, tablets and computers.
Mobile application management provides granular controls at the application level that enable administrators to manage and secure application data. (MAM) differs from mobile device management (MDM), which focuses on controlling the entire device and requires that users enroll their device and install a service agent.
While some enterprise mobility management (EMM) suites include a MAM function, their capabilities may be limited in comparison to stand-alone MAM solutions because EMM suites require a device management profile so you can enable application management functionality.
You can also assign device health requirements before a user is able to access those apps:
Microsoft Intune & Mobile Device Management (MDM)
EPC Group’s team of experts can work with your organization to implement and configure Microsoft Intune to provide for the robust management of mobile devices as well as desktop and laptop devices in a unified manner. We also tailor Microsoft Intune to upload and publish software packages as well as deploy and configure management and security policies from a central location in a “one stop shop” manner.
EPC Group can configure Microsoft Intune to provide for a centralized mobile device management (MDM) solution that has the ability to disable lost or stolen devices and wipe them to ensure your organization’s intellectual property is safe and you are able to minimize the risks that happen during these type of events.
This allows for BYOD initiatives to take hold due to the ability to lower the risk and provide IT as well as the business with real answers to compliance and regulatory concerns regarding these type of efforts.
EPC Group’s Microsoft Intune configuration strategies can ensure that devices that are allowed to access company data follow any password governance as well as device encryption and can also disable mobile devices that have too many failed login attempts.