Keep your mobile device pool on track: TARMAC 2.4 redefines TOWER ONE MDM. The Mobile Device Autopilot continuously queries your iOS devices and automatically ensures devices have the correct policies, settings & apps according to your configuration.
With the Mobile Management Solution from TOWER ONE, you can manage all of your iOS devices within your business. TARMAC is a powerful, scalable MDM-server which provides its users with everything they need for optimal mobile productivity. With the Briefing Center, apps and content can conveniently be distributed, concentrating on productivity. An overview of TARMAC:
TARMAC has redefined MDM. Monitoring on a totally new level: With the convenient Dashboard View, the Mobile Device Autopilot gives you a complete overview of all your iPhones an iPads, status feedback, as well as all other MDM commands. Find out more here
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Distribute and update apps and documents securely. Resourcefully employ mobile devices in your business: With TARMAC 2 and the Briefing Center, you’re at the steering wheel directing the flow of information, which in turn regulates your productivity. Discover features in detail
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This year’s WWDC 2016 offered the latest insights into the world of Apple’s operating systems including iOS 10 and the upcoming macOS Sierra. Apart from the prominent and “expressive” features for Messages, Music, and Maps, we also had a sneak peak of features within the field of Productivity.
More Productivity with iOS 10
The improved VoIP integration is most certainly useful for businesses: Apps within this sector can now “really” ring, and company telephone numbers are easier to use on your Apple smartphone.
Global practicality: The Autocorrect improvements now support multilingual texts so that users may switch between languages while typing.
Thanks to the motion sensitivity, the iPhone can now simply be lifted up to be awakened. In the future, administrators will also have an overview of and be able to control what users see without entering a passcode.
The SiriKit for developers aims to broaden the speech recognition within the messaging world for better communication with other apps. Soon it will be possible to send messages via speech from Whatsapp and Skype while you drive.
Those who desire a better overview and more control of what's on their screen, can now delete Apple’s default apps. It will also be possible to hide seldom used apps such as Game Center, Music, or Compass.
The Universal Clipboard makes a seamless exchange of content between mac OS Sierra and iOS 10 possible without the help of AirDrop or other workarounds.
MDM with iOS 10
Apple already implemented the most important MDM improvements in the update leap to iOS 9.3. With the new Apple School Manager, Apple addresses educational institutions as well as pool devices in particular and offers details for new shared iPad settings and appropriate MDM workflows for them.
Anyone interested in more detailed information can have a look at the current Apple Device Session video from WWDC 2016. The presentation slides can also be downloaded from this link.
In the area of Enterprise Apps, the automatic app validation provides even more security for your apps. The iOS 9.3 features, MDM commands, MDM Lost Mode, and MDM Activation, which had already been introduced in the Keynote in June, were highlighted once again.
In the realm of Security, it is important to mention that the VPN functions now contain additional IKEv2 Settings. Of course Apple also took advantage of their event to introduce the updated Apple Configurator Version.
The updated TARMAC Compliance Rules (zip.download) will be available soon so that users can already address iOS 10 Beta devices with TARMAC.
MDM meets AI: our newly developed Mobile Device Autopilot continuously queries your iOS devices and independently manages your devices. The new Dashboard view gives you an immediate status overview for all your iOS devices and scheduled MDM commands.
Minimize your workload
TARMAC 2.4 provides you with all important device information and can independently take care of planned app roll-outs.
The result: fewer tasks, fewer potential sources of error, and less time spent for Mobile Administrators.
The TARMAC Autopilot continuously checks the current state of your entire device pool. You'll always have the current status in a clear overview. The respective target state for profile and app distribution is determined by your assigned groups.
One of a kind visual MDM control
The tedious task of searching through command histories is a thing of the past. With the Mobile Device Autopilot, you can monitor the success of MDM commands at a glance.
Review the success of app installations in seconds
Just click the status flag to get the information you need to identify and resolve issues: Why did an update fail? Which installation processes are currently running? When was a device last seen?