@scottalanmiller said in MDM for Windows and Mobile Devices | Mobile Device Management?:
I've got a customer that needs MDM that is able to lock down devices to the point of controlling what websites that they can visit. It's a small user pool, just two corporate devices that will be off network, but we'd like a lot of control on these devices. They are for singular purpose, essentially.
The company has a number of mobile devices that are less important but they'd like MDM for them as well.
Ideally a single solution that allows us to manage everything off network in a single pane of glass is ideal. What options do people know and/or recommend for something like this?
Any idea about the devices? Those are some pretty strict lockdown requirements and may require more than just MDM (MDM + excess custom work) for those devices.
If single purpose devices, maybe a kiosk type of deployment would make more sense, limiting use to only a few single apps?
Any other info?
- Device / hardware type?
- Account type used on the device (Windows login): local user account vs personal email vs corporate AAD account
- Is it local AD joined, AAD Joined, AAD registered?
- Is any of it having to do with Windows/MS?
You typically don't get deep level compliance and controls in a simple single pane of glass.
For the devices that are less important, same questions for those.
If the Linux ecosystem, there's also some options.
Some solutions may be great for some devices, but terrible for others. More info is needed.