How MDM Works on An Apple Device?

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Are you aware of how MDM works on an Apple device? If not, check this article out and subside all the factoids you have regarding MDM on an Apple device. Read: https://www.xperteks.com/services/mobile-device-management

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How MDM Works on An Apple Device?

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Mobile Device Management on Apple Device? Organizations these days use MDM to monitor devices remotely and protect their data along with other perks that come with it. With the increase in BYOD policy, MDM has become quite significant. However, most of the companies and people opt for Apple's product as they are safer and cracking them is quite tough.

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5 pointers that will reflect upon the working of Apple's MDM. In an Apple device 2. In an iOS device 3. APNS certificate 4. VPP app 5.DEP device supervision

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1. In an Apple device In an Apple device, your data doesn't route through it. However, the push notifications you receive, get enroute through the device but the data tends to be small.

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2. In an iOS device In an iOS device, the background can't be changed through MDM Solutions . Unless you are using the device itself, it won't allow you to change the background.

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3. APNS certificate It is mandatory to install and renew the APNS certificate when it expires across all the MDM suites.

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4. VPP app When a VPP app is sent to a device from a device that has Mobile Device Management in it, then that app can be removed. But, at the same time whether a web-clip is removable or not is optional.

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5. DEP device supervision Devices that are added to an Apple MDM solution through DEP devices are always on supervision and can be unsupervised only if you take off the device using DEP.

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