The Power of Knowledge
MaaS360 delivers actionable information across all of your laptops, distributed PCs and mobile devices. By collecting and correlating endpoint data from these devices, you get unprecedented visibility into hardware and installed software, missing patches, outdated anti-virus signature files, and so much more. Mobility Intelligence dashboards and reports give you the power to take action and ensure compliance with corporate standards and government regulations. With MaaS360, IT can support and manage enterprise mobile computing devices, even when they are not connected to the corporate network.
- Ensure patches and anti-virus signature files are always up to date
- Push software to devices, regardless of their location
- Block non-compliant devices from accessing the corporate network
- Demonstrate compliance for audits or if a laptop is lost or stolen
Secure Your Devices
MaaS360 supports Windows-based laptops, desktops, netbooks, and Apple MacBooks, iMacs and Mac Pros, in addition to smartphones and tablets. All these devices can be managed through a single console accessed from the Internet through a web browser.
Leverage the Cloud
Because MaaS360 is a cloud-based solution, it does not require you to install servers, deal with complex
configurations, or provide ongoing maintenance. Deployment is quick and easy, and in just a few clicks,
you get instant visibility and control.
My Watch List
MaaS360 highlights key stats about potential problems on the home page of your management portal. At a glance, you can see how many devices do not have encryption, how many are missing critical OS patches, and much more. Simply click on any item to see a list of the devices with that issue, and take action to protect your company’s devices, data, and network. Best of all, My Watch List is customizable, so you can focus on the issues that matter most to your organization.
MaaS360 shines a light onto hardware and software on Windows and Mac laptops, PCs and mobile devices in remote offices and in the field. You can use MaaS360 to view a wide range of summary and detailed reports about installed hardware and software, missing operating system patches, and endpoint security applications. A software agent runs continuously on managed devices, collecting inventory and software applications data, and forwarding this data to MaaS360 for reporting and analysis.
MaaS360 extends visibility to give IT the power to manage Windows-based laptops and desktop PCs across the organization, in the office or out in the field. Through a centralized console, IT managers can set management and security policies and distribute them to all mobile endpoints – optimizing cost savings, improving security, and streamlining compliance efforts.
Patch Management – MaaS360 helps ensure devices have the latest security patches and updates, regardless of whether they are on the corporate LAN or just connected to the Internet. Through critical information displays about available patches, including file size, severity level, and how many of your users are missing each one, IT can deploy patches to the devices that need them, quickly and easily.
Software Distribution - MaaS360 allows you to create packages containing documents and applications and deploy those packages to your devices. This allows you to make sure your users have what they need to be productive while their data stays safe.
Application Blacklisting – You can specify applications to be blacklisted on your users’ devices, including games, P2P file sharing applications, BitTorrent applications and instant messaging applications. If users start one of the applications, MaaS360 can automatically stop it.
Remote Device Control – MaaS360 integrates seamlessly with your existing remote control applications to allow IT to initiate connections to remote devices directly from MaaS360. Because IT staff can easily take control of devices, the duration of Help Desk calls is reduced.
Policy Enforcement – MaaS360 allows you to customize a policy to monitor specific types of software, and then require an action when a device falls out of compliance. For example, you can disconnect a device from the corporate VPN if anti-virus definitions are out of date. Policy updates are automatically sent to your devices when they access the Internet.
Mobile NAC – Mobile Network Access Control makes corporate networks less vulnerable to viruses and hacker attacks from compromised endpoints. If a laptop or PC falls out of compliance, MaaS360 attempts to remediate the problem or take actions like blocking the system from reaching the corporate network, or restricting access to specified systems.