Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) solution provider SOTI has introduced its new MobiControl offering.
MobiControl 12.3 provides deep device and endpoint management across mobile phones, tablets and connected peripherals such as ATMs, POS systems, elevators and wearable tech.
With Microsoft’s goal of converting one billion devices to its newest Windows 10 operating system, SOTI is now able to align all operating systems across all devices, eliminating the need for multiple management systems across multiple device types or operating systems.
“We are further enabling the management of all form factors, an important criteria that must be considered for all businesses building out their mobility strategy,” said SOTI CEO Carl Rodrigues.
“The ability to manage connected objects gives us the opportunity to go deeper than just device management. SOTI MobiControl 12.3 brings all of a businesses’ connected devices into the mix and can boost device security and employee productivity.”
In addition to the Windows 10 support, SOTI MobiControl 12.3 also introduces improved support for Apple’s Volume Purchasing Program, which allows organisations to purchase bulk app licenses and distribute these licenses to end user devices. This makes any business app provided to employees fully transferable and provides a scalable way of distributing paid and free App Store and Custom B2B apps to end users.
Windows 10 launched globally on July 29th. Check out some of our helpful articles on Microsoft’s now OS below:
- Everything an enterprise needs to know about Microsoft’s new OS
- Windows 10 launches today, but is it safe enough for your business?
- Windows 10 advice for businesses: Patch often, patch everything