42Gears Mobility Systems (https://www.42gears.com), a digital workspace solution provider, announces that it has extended its UEM platform to manage macOS entire lifecycle from a central console. Enterprises can now enroll their Macs on 42Gears UEM for better security and management, according to CEO Prakash Gupta.
With support for macOS, 42Gears UEM [user endpoint management] now offers management features such as Profile restriction, Blacklist/Whitelist Apps, Wi-Fi Configuration, Exchange ActiveSync and Mail Configuration. Companies can define which device features and services can be restricted such as camera, iCloud documents, iCloud Keychain, iCloud Photo Sharing, Spotlight Suggestions, Touch ID to unlock device, Definition Lookup and music service. IT Pros can also blacklist/whitelist apps, configure the devices to connect to wireless networks, and specify the certificates to be installed.
42Gears UEM will allow enterprises to define passcode policies to be enforced on Macs, configure settings for connecting to user’s POP or IMAP email accounts and Exchange ActiveSync. The UEM console will list the apps working on the devices as well as update location of the devices. IT Pros can refresh, track location, wipe or lock enrolled Mac devices directly from the console.