Good provides mobile device management (MDM) to support the complete device lifecycle. It can easily control device settings on any managed device – corporate liable, BYO or COPE – , and ensure safe access to proprietary business information. It's MDM platform is a basic capability for enabling enterprise mobility, and is included- - Enterprise security solution - Application management - Service management - Reporting Among others
Out of 12 users' reviews, Good for Enterprise score is:
60 / 100
- Easily Setup & Manage Devices
Permit self-enrollment of iOS, Android and Windows mobile devices for use within the enterprise to minimize setup time, increase productivity and reduce support costs. Automatically configure devices, deploy apps, and, if necessary, wipe data – either all data or just corporate data – based on an employee’s status in the corporate directory system (e.g., Active Directory). Control ongoing support costs via a self-service portal that allows users to handle common tasks (e.g., add a device, lock device, wipe device, password reset) immediately on their own.
- Automate Policy Enforcement
A rich set of policy controls over password, device encryption, camera, Wi-Fi, VPN, app whitelisting and blacklisting and more, provides IT with the required management for MDM-enrolled devices. Integration with corporate directory systems enables no-touch operations via continual enforcement of policies based on corporate directory groups.
- Report on Assets and Compliance
Pre-built charts enable easy tracking of asset-related metrics – e.g., device status, installed apps, utilization, etc., and expense management reports. Full Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) reporting provides visibility into compliance violations, audit reports, IT policy history and IT policy inventory.
- Take Advantage of New iOS 7 Features
Centrally manage the heterogeneous enterprise mobile landscape, across device models and mobile operating systems. Take advantage of the latest MDM features including new iOS 7 business-oriented capabilities such as “open in” restrictions, hide notification center on the lock screen, disallow fingerprint-based unlock and more; single sign-on authentication across corporate apps on managed devices; and wirelessly configure and set policies for managed apps.