Android Enterprise

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  • Tabnova EMM is now an Android for Enterprise partner.
  • Customers can use the same industry-leading Tabnova EMM interface to manage all types of android devices and deploy apps directly from play along with improved security.

Easily manage and provision essential apps. You can add individual apps or a group of apps to the mandatory list. Devices are automatically monitored to identify the ones lacking any of the mandatory apps. You can instantly initiate the installation of those apps on user devices. Mandatory apps can be custom-defined for different user/device groups.

This is the landing page. You can see a snapshot of what is happening to everything within your install base. This page currently shows every device currently under management regardless if it is provisioned or not. Provisioned means the device has established contact with the AIEMM cloud server. When you add a device to the system.

The sole purpose of an EMM is to manage the devices used for work, both BYOD and COPE. This means that the devices are under the control of the enterprise at all times and places. Only with a location tracking feature, the EMM can fully realize the extent of management Functionalities efficiently. The devices that are scattered all over the world can be brought under one console with AIEMM, taking away the posed threats and vulnerability.

Location Tracking
  • The location can be fetched at specified time intervals of 5 minutes to 24 hours.
  • Location can be seen on Google maps.
Monitoring
  • Monitor devices remotely, setup battery, and connectivity alert notifications.
Security
  • Remotely lock, restart, factory reset and wipe devices, apply password policies.

All forms of KIOSK can be created and managed on a single profile. Kiosk passwords and other configurations can be set.

Single Apps Kiosk
  • These are the Kiosking options. Remember that Kiosking is not mandatory.
  • Kiosk mode is where the tablet is functionally restricted to what you specify here in the settings.
  • In this case, Single app kiosk mode. This will host a single app as the only application accessible on the tablet.
  • You need the package name of the application which you will have to find out.
  • Any application can be hosted.
Browser Kiosk
  • This is Browser kiosk mode. It is used to host a single URL as the kiosk.
  • The URL you use needs, to begin with, HTTP or HTTPS.
  • You can change the browser URL at any time and after pressing apply it will change the URL on all devices under the profile without exiting the kiosk.
  • Please disable the STATUS BAR, BACK KEY, and RECENTS KEY to have better functionality.
Dashboard Kiosk
  • The Dashboard kiosk mode is the most common type of kiosk.
  • Here you can add multiple apps and website URLs on the dashboard and it will appear on the tablet.
  • You will need to use the package names again to specify which application you want a shortcut of.
  • When you add a browser URL you have two options, the AIEMM browser, and the standard browser.
  • Use the AIEMM Browser if you specifically don’t want the URL displayed at the top of the application.
  • You can keep adding websites and apps and they will appear instantaneously on the tablet home screen after pressing apply.
Video Looper Kiosk
  • One or more videos can be played in a continuous loop.

KEY Benefits

Separate Work and Personal profiles
  • Android now has a dedicated tab in-app launcher to make work apps more visible. Work apps have a blue badge for clarity.
  • This allows native user experience for both work and Personal section on the device.
Comprehensive KIOSK modes
  • All forms of kiosk modes (Single application kiosk, multiple apps kiosk, browser kiosk) are all available for IT admin without the need for any additional application.
  • This mode also lets enterprises limit access to devise options, such as connectivity or the settings , while still allowing users to get notifications and interact with a defined set of apps.
Improved security
  • IT administrators can enforce different levels of password
    complexity and timeout rules.
  • Policies can be enforced to restrict data sharing across work and personal profiles. Keys and certificates are used to securely identify device accessing corporate resources.
Application deployment from Play
  • Enterprise can now use play apps on the Tabnova EMM Iframe interface to push apps to the corporate devices. Distribution of applications to users/devices can be automatic or on-demand. Application updates are automatically managed by google play services.
  • IT admin can track app inventory, versions, and user compliance using policies.
Application Configuration

User-specific application configuration for all supported applications can be pushed from Tabnova EMM’s Manage configuration interface. Gmail, Google Drive, and other apps can be configured and managed securely.

Solutions

Work Profile

Features

Google play app management features
  • Managed google play accounts enterprise enrollment.
  • Basic layout management.
  • App catalog management.
  • Managed configuration management.
  • Silent app distribution.
  • Managed google play account provisioning.
  • Play EMM API usage requirements.

Device Management Features

  • Runtime permission policy management.
  • Runtime permission grant state management.
    Device Security Features
    • Device security challenge.
    • Default security policies.
    • Wipe and lock.
    • Compliance enforcement.
    • Work security challenge.
      Enterprise Provisioning Features
      • DPC-first work profile provisioning.

        Managed Device

        Features

        Google play app management features
        • App catalog management.
        • Basic layout management.
        • Managed configuration management.
        • Silent app distribution.
        • Managed google play account provisioning.
        • Managed google play accounts enterprise enrollment.
        • Play EMM API usage requirements.
        Device Management Features
        • Runtime permission grant state management.
        • Runtime permission policy management.
          Device Security Features
          • Device security challenge.
          • Compliance enforcement.
          • Wipe and lock.
          • Default security policies.
            Enterprise Provisioning Features
            • DPC identifier device provisioning.

              Dedicated Device

              Features

              Google play app management features
              • Play EMM API usage requirements.
              • Silent app distribution.
              • Managed configuration management.
              • App catalog management.
              • Managed google play accounts enterprise enrollment.
              • Managed google play account provisioning.
                Device Management Features
                • Runtime permission grant state management.
                • Runtime permission policy management.
                  Device Security Features
                  • Device security challenge.
                  • Compliance enforcement.
                  • Wipe and lock.
                  • COSU security policies.
                  • Default security policies.
                    Enterprise Provisioning Features
                    • DPC identifier device provisioning.
                      Device Usability Features
                      • System update policy.
                      • Lock task mode management.