Integration of mobile devices with a network, a central management unit network, mobile security, streamlined management support, and monitoring and reporting on mobile devices are features of good mobile electronic device management. MaaS360, XenMobile and AT&T Mobile Device Management are among the software options for managing electronic mobile devices as of 2016.
MaaS360 is a program that provides easy integration of certain electronic devices with Microsoft Exchange, Lotus Notes and Microsoft Office 365, enabling access to several programs from a central location, whereas XenMobile integration enables easy document sharing. It and other management units also enable electronic managers to see other devices trying to access the network, and the manager can either accept or reject those devices.
Central management includes the ability to configure email, calendar dates and other information via the network from a single device. Electronic device managers can also send company documents to the electronic devices of select employees. Mobile security includes creating strong password policies and purchasing management programs that offer encryption settings management, detection of rooted devices, location and deletion of information on stolen electronic mobile devices, and creation and enforcement of real-time compliance rules.
Streamlined management support enables a device owner to diagnose and resolve issues, retrieve forgotten passwords or IDs, and find stolen devices.