Web content filtering with iOS – the browsing comfort zone

Web Content Filtering
Accessing web resources securely is essential for enterprises and educational institutions. And so, mobility management now includes the ability to filter web content. With web content filtering, organizations can manage, restrict, and channelize content to specific user groups. Limiting website access not only improves productivity, it also functions as a valuable security feature. It enables you to dodge malware attacks from malicious web pages.  How it works. The web content filtering feature works on Apple mobile devices running iOS 7 and above, using a Safari browser. In addition, the devices must be supervised with Apple Configurator or Device Enrollment Program through a mobile device

Story about John

Here is a small “”Once upon a time” fairy tale about a person named John- System Administrator, who had a nightmare of managing mobile devices. Just like any other fairy tale, even John got a magic wand – Desktop Central, to overcome the challenges of managing mobile devices. Watch the video to know how our protagonist was able to impress his boss and got some time to catch up with his girlfriend for a movie.…

The wait is over! Desktop Central adds Mobile Device Management capability

  Pinch yourself. Desktop Central adds Mobile Device Management capability to its portfolio. With this new module now you can manage Desktops, laptops and mobile devices under single platform. It supports: Apple iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch running iOS 4 and above. Few highlights of this feature: Enrollment: You can perform over-the-air (OTA) enrollment of devices or annually enroll devices for management, perform “bulk enrollment” using a CSV file, and authenticate enrollment with a one-time passcode and/or user’s Active Directory credential. Profile Management: You can configure policy settings to access enterprise resources. Now, restrict the use of camera, YouTube…

New in Applications Manager: Improved java transaction monitoring, iPhone app & more.

We had two releases back-to-back last month with versions 10.4 and 10.5 coming out. What’s new in these releases? Well, web transaction monitoring just got way better. And we have leveraged the mobile web to provide performance management for your applications. So, what exactly have we changed with release 10.4? Applications Manager’s Java Web Transaction Monitor just got a makeover, and a new name. Introducing APM Insight (for Java) – which gives you unmatched visibility into J2EE web transactions, user satisfaction measurements with Apdex scores, transaction traces and performance metrics of all Java/ J2EE components starting from EJB to URLs to SQL queries. And all this is comb…

Mobile Device Management

It’s now official – Desktop Central adds support for managing iOS devices.
iOS devices like iPhones, iPads, and iPod Touch running iOS 4.0 and above can now be managed using Desktop Central. The management is over-the-air (OTA) without requiring any agent software. 
You can apply configuration profiles like enabling passcode, imposing restrictions, executing security commands to lock or wipe a device, managing assets, and more
The beta version to test the MDM capability can be downloaded from http://beta.desktopcentral.com
Manage your iOS devices over-the-air for View an online demo of MDM: http://mdm.desktopcentral.com

Check this video for the steps in setting up Mobi