Because company devices should be easy to manage.
Google Workspace (formerly G Suite) Device Management allows for smooth provisioning and management of all company owned devices, including Chrome OS, Windows, MacOS, Android and iOS devices.
Device management is split into 3 categories: Mobile Device Management, Chrome Device Management & Endpoint Verification
Mobile Device Management
Keep things simple – and moving. Mobile Management for Android, iOS, Windows and other smartphones is easy to set up and easier to use.
Lost phone? Stolen tablet? These things happen. Keep your company’s data secure with MDM. You can require screen locks and/or strong passwords, and erase confidential data with device wipe or selective account wipe for Android and iOS. There are a magnitude of policies you can deploy on an administrator level, and thus you can have utmost control over your organisation’s mobile devices.
Simplify device management in your organisation with Google Workspace (formerly G Suite).
Enforce passcodes and wipe specific accounts without installing software on a user’s device with agentless mobile management. This feature is on by default.
Track mobile usage and trends with visualised data found in the reporting section whenever you want, this way you can gain valuable insights as to how your organisation uses mobile devices.
Chrome Device Management (CDM)
As an IT admin for a business or school, you can manage Chromebooks and other Chrome devices, from a cloud-based Admin console. Enforce policies, set up Chrome features for users, provide access to your internal VPNs and Wi-Fi networks, force install Chrome apps and extensions, and more. Find out more about CDM policies, features and licence types here.
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Choose from a variety of Chrome Devices, including touch and flip devices. Each device is built to enable every cloud worker, from the office to the frontline.
Endpoint Verification is used to manage devices outside of the Google eco-system, such as Windows and macOS.
With fundamental desktop security, when a user logs into Google Workspace (formerly G Suite) in a browser on a Windows, Mac, Chrome, or Linux device, they will be automatically registered with endpoint management. Admins will get controls such as the ability to remotely sign out users if a device is lost or stolen.
Admins can also see details about all devices that have access to your organisation’s data through Chrome Web Browser. For example, you can see information about the OS, device type and user, as well as having the ability to enforce policies and remote wipe corporate data if a device is lost or stolen.
Desktop Management for Windows 10
You can now manage and secure Windows 10 devices through the Admin console, just as you do for Android, iOS, Chrome, and Jamboard devices. This also means you can enable SSO so users can more easily access Google Workspace (formerly Suite) and other SSO-enabled applications on Windows 10 devices.
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We can help you manage these policies, recommend best practices and audit the management policies of your organisation to help you optimise the deployment and management of your devices.