This mobile device provisioning checklist was created so you could get a real, simple understanding of the all the bases you need to cover.
Mobile device management (MDM) plays a key role in modern business IT departments. Between the rise in remote workers, more flexible working arrangements and the increasing necessity for employees to be able to take devices with them on the go, having an effective MDM policy is important, and provisioning is central to this.
What’s your approach to provisioning new devices? Thanks to MDM, many aspects of provisioning can be automated and pushed remotely to end users.
Complete the form below to download this checklist and get a clear understanding of the key aspects of mobile device management that a business should have covered.
This checklist will help give you an understanding of exactly what needs to be done when putting in place a provisioning policy for networked devices.
Many SMBs have no plans or policies to safeguard their business, and find themselves in real danger of succumbing to an attack, which must be avoided at all costs.
With businesses operating with more remote workers than ever, owing to changes brought on by the pandemic and a gradual shift in work routines towards more flexible arrangements, the need for companies to properly provision their devices is greater than ever.
Employees are now regularly accessing business data from outside the corporate network, and the majority of them will not have the strict security protocols you would expect to find in a typical office environment, instead operating from their home Wi-Fi, or even public spaces.
This presents a security risk for organizations, and it’s imperative for them to now establish concrete policies for correctly provisioning mobile devices through mobile device management (MDM).
In this checklist, you’ll learn about the core aspects of provisioning and what IT departments should keep in mind when handling disparate workforces.