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MaaS360 MDM for Samsung


MaaS360 Mobile Device Management for Samsung devices is the first cloud-based MDM solution that provides complete support for the Samsung MDM API.


Key features include:
> Visibility—view hardware and software inventory, network details, and security status

> Control using actions and policies—enforce passcode policies, and restrict device features and applications

> Security—Lock, locate and wipe devices, and reset passcodes

> Built-in 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

Additional features for Samsung devices include:
> Full Device & SD Card Encryption support
> Additional device restrictions including bluetooth and browser
> App Blacklisting and Mandatory Apps
> Management of native email accounts
> Management of VPN profiles
> Silent install and uninstall of Enterprise Apps

Recent changes:
Version 5.02

What's New:

Minor bug fixes
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Free
65
3.3
User ratings
623
Installs
100,000+
Concerns
4
File size
28114 kb
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About MaaS360 MDM for Samsung
MaaS360 Mobile Device Management for Samsung devices is the first cloud-based MDM solution that provides complete support for the Samsung MDM API.


Key features include:
> Visibility—view hardware and software inventory, network details, and security status

> Control using actions and policies—enforce passcode policies, and restrict device features and applications

> Security—Lock, locate and wipe devices, and reset passcodes

> Built-in 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

Additional features for Samsung devices include:
> Full Device & SD Card Encryption support
> Additional device restrictions including bluetooth and browser
> App Blacklisting and Mandatory Apps
> Management of native email accounts
> Management of VPN profiles
> Silent install and uninstall of Enterprise Apps

Recent changes:
Version 5.02

What's New:

Minor bug fixes

User reviews of MaaS360 MDM for Samsung
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A Google User
Oct 11, 2014
Maas mdm Mobile device management
A Google User
Oct 8, 2014
IT administration and data protection tool Manages assets and gives IT the ability to support company mobile phones and protect corporate data and adere to data protection, excellent product, I've tested this on galaxy 3, 4 and 5's and IPhone 6's not seen any battery issues at all on 20 plus phones.
A Google User
Oct 8, 2014
Terrible Just using this because it's managed through my work.
A Google User
Oct 7, 2014
Very good Not sure what the issue is with the other reviewers devices but on my Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 and S3, it seems just fine. I am a big Samsung user so will update this if I find any issues.
A Google User
Oct 3, 2014
Necessary but shite My company installed this on my smartphone so that i could read my emails in bed before work in the morning. They constantly send me instructions for how to keep pace with ever-changing updates but they never work. It takes you to a page that says you need to install the app then tells you that it's already there and takes you to a place where you can do nob-all. In the end I have to take my phone to my IT group who spend 3days effing & blinding trying to get the bloody thing to work!