More than ever, users demand a consistent, convenient, unified experience across all of their devices. In year’s past, Apple has delivered much of this experience via its Device Enrollment Program (DEP).
DEP ensured devices managed by an organization could come configured out-of-the-box to limit user interaction, would disallow the use of a personal Apple ID for setup and app installation, and unlocked a suite of additional unified endpoint management (UEM) policy items for enhanced security and manageability. But user experience is like an orchard that needs cultivation to blossom and grow, so it’s timely that new capabilities are available to enhance your program.
When you couple the upgrades DEP gained via iOS 13 and macOS with a UEM such as IBM Security MaaS360, you can now:
- Better deliver a frictionless user experience
- Help answer important privacy questions that come with any device management deployment, and
- Build additional security layers around an already-secure DEP program.
Join experts from IBM Security as they discuss how MaaS360 support DEP enhancements, including:
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- SAML integration to bring single sign-on (SSO) to device setup
- Introducing multifactor authentication (MFA) during initial configuration
- Distributing custom end user license agreements (EULAs) and usage policies to clearly define the extent to which a user’s device is managed