MaaS360 MDM for Android

MaaS360 MDM for Android


Please contact us directly with any comments or questions. We value your input as we continue to improve your overall experience with MaaS360. Contact us: http://www.maas360.com/about/contact-us/.


MaaS360 Mobile Device Management for Android Devices is the first cloud-based MDM solution that supports Android devices.


Key features include:

> Visibility — View hardware and software inventory, network details, and security status
> Control — Enforce passcode policies, restrict device features and applications
> Security — Lock, locate and wipe devices, and reset passcodes
> Resilience — If a user opts out, MaaS360 alerts the Administrator so that IT can take appropriate action
> Dashboards — Graphical reports highlight key real-time compliance metrics as well as asset and network details
> My Watch List Alerts — Point out potential problems and other key details
> Support for corporate and personal devices — Users enroll themselves, and approved policies are distributed automatically

For more details, visit http://maas360.com/.

Note: To activate Fiberlink's MaaS360 Mobile Device Management for Android Devices, you must have an enterprise account with MaaS360. If you do not, ask your IT department to contact us at http://www.maas360.com/about/contact-us/
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Recent changes:
Starting with MaaS360 5.10, the Mail and Doc functionality is being split into their own specific apps. This is primarily to improve performance and battery usage of all of the apps, plus make room for new features in the future. After the upgrade, email and documents will be migrated over to the new apps once they are installed.

Other changes include:
- Support for multiple user workflows
- IBM Trusteer Integration
- New in 5.11: Minor bug fixes and improvements
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Free
65
3.3
User ratings
966
Installs
100,000+
Concerns
2
File size
20268 kb
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About MaaS360 MDM for Android
Please contact us directly with any comments or questions. We value your input as we continue to improve your overall experience with MaaS360. Contact us: http://www.maas360.com/about/contact-us/.


MaaS360 Mobile Device Management for Android Devices is the first cloud-based MDM solution that supports Android devices.


Key features include:

> Visibility — View hardware and software inventory, network details, and security status
> Control — Enforce passcode policies, restrict device features and applications
> Security — Lock, locate and wipe devices, and reset passcodes
> Resilience — If a user opts out, MaaS360 alerts the Administrator so that IT can take appropriate action
> Dashboards — Graphical reports highlight key real-time compliance metrics as well as asset and network details
> My Watch List Alerts — Point out potential problems and other key details
> Support for corporate and personal devices — Users enroll themselves, and approved policies are distributed automatically

For more details, visit http://maas360.com/.

Note: To activate Fiberlink's MaaS360 Mobile Device Management for Android Devices, you must have an enterprise account with MaaS360. If you do not, ask your IT department to contact us at http://www.maas360.com/about/contact-us/
.

Recent changes:
Starting with MaaS360 5.10, the Mail and Doc functionality is being split into their own specific apps. This is primarily to improve performance and battery usage of all of the apps, plus make room for new features in the future. After the upgrade, email and documents will be migrated over to the new apps once they are installed.

Other changes include:
- Support for multiple user workflows
- IBM Trusteer Integration
- New in 5.11: Minor bug fixes and improvements

User reviews of MaaS360 MDM for Android
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jan 16, 2015
Best Wow
A Google User
Jan 16, 2015
Battery Hog The latest release had been a huge battery hog of my phone. It's the #1 most battery sucking app on my phone at 19% for a 12hr period. Very annoying.
A Google User
Jan 16, 2015
Worse than Facebook app Reviews are true - T-Mobile confirmed this app restarts 40+ times in the background. This is the second phone its killed battery and performance for me (currently htc one m8).
A Google User
Jan 15, 2015
Kills your phone Restarts 60 times in the background during the day. Drains battery and kills performance.
A Google User
Jan 15, 2015
Very little flexibility and a big step back UPDATE with new release. It completely takes over the battery usage and is rapidly draining the battery according to the Android battery monitor. Using this set of apps on Android is a flashback to the late 90s with my first Blackberry. Want to send a text from the Android messaging app? Can't do it. Want to have different vibrate settings for emails and calendar events? Can't do it.