Mobile devices today are business-critical and store more and more sensitive data, making them a target for cyber-attacks. In this course, you’ll learn how to manage mobile devices to make them as secure and user-friendly as possible.
The market needs new mobile device management (MDM) experts, and most organizations are looking to implement an MDM to protect their intellectual property against attacks and theft. In this course, Configuring, Managing, & Monitoring Mobile Devices using MDM Solutions, you’ll get the knowledge needed to get started with mobile device management of the three main mobile platforms: Android, iOS, and Windows. First, you’ll learn about the lifecycle of a mobile device and gain an understanding of how each part is important for you to manage. Next, you’ll get hands-on with mobile devices and discover how to manage, troubleshoot, and reset them. Finally, you’ll gain insight in how to choose an MDM and platform that will suit your organization best. By the end of this course, you’ll have the knowledge needed to make an informed decision on MDMs and platforms, and will have the technical skills to get started with the management of your chosen mobile environment.
As a Solution Architect, Simon inspires customers, partners, & colleagues to create the best digital workplace. As an MCT he is passionate about sharing knowledge. He's a frequent speaker, blogger & podcaster, as well as a penguin fanatic.
Course Overview Hi everyone. My name is Simon Binder, and welcome to my course, Configuring, Managing, and Monitoring Mobile Devices Using MDM Solutions. I'm a Digital Workplace principal solution architect at Atea, as well as a Microsoft certified trainer. Did you know that in late 2017, the average person owned 3. 5 mobile devices? This number will have risen to 4. 3 in average by 2020, so it's more important than ever that we take good care of the devices that are used for work. In this course, we are going to take a closer look at the three main mobile platforms, iOS, Android, and Windows, and give you an MDM agnostic overview of the their respective management features, challenges, and opportunities. This course requires a basic knowledge of how to use each platform, but it's suitable to both IT professionals, as well as IT managers. Some of the major topics that we will cover include the lifecycle of a mobile device, configuring settings and management mobile devices, manage distribution of apps, troubleshooting iOS, Android, and Windows devices. By the end of this course, you'll know the basics of how to manage each respective platform, including how to manage bulk purchases of apps, setup cloud provisioning, and choose the most suitable platform and MDM for your organization. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn more about management of Android, iOS, and Windows with the Configuring, Managing, and Monitoring Mobile Devices Using MDM Solutions course at Pluralsight.