- Deploying devices company-wide with custom apps and settings by user group
- Ensuring security restrictions: web content filtering, geofencing, passwords, etc
- Maintaining the latest content on devices needed by each user group
- Monitoring device usage and overall deployment of mobile devices
Friday, July 18, 2014
Stay Ahead of the Surge in iOS Mobile Devices with Cisco Meraki MDM
It's estimated that by the end of 2014, the number of mobile devices will exceed the number of people on earth. How will you prepare your network to support this staggering growth?
Mobile device management is the seamless, scalable way to keep up.
Next Thursday, June 26 at 11am Pacific, we'll show you how you can use Cisco Meraki Systems Manager to deploy devices to users, supervise them, and keep them up to date without ever touching the device. During this session, we'll walk you through a live, interactive demonstration including:
Register now for "A New Era in Cloud-Based Mobile Device Management"
Learn in minutes how easy it is to stay ahead of the devices inundating your network. We'll let you try out the Meraki WiFi integration features by sending you a free 802.11n AP* just for attending, if you haven't already received one.
We hope to see you there!
The Cisco Meraki Team
1 (888) 490 - 0918
*Free Access Point details here.
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