Explainedback-iconEndpoint Managementback-iconWhat is MCM (Mobile Content Management) and how UEM helps you achieve this?

What is MCM (Mobile Content Management) and how UEM helps you achieve this?

Every company deals with a ton of corporate data, but every employee cannot be given access to all data. Therefore, distributing the right content to the right people is of paramount importance in an organization and Mobile Content Management (MCM) does just that.

MCM is an easy and secure way of exchanging information with devices belonging to the employees of an organization. With the help of MCMs, user authentication and access approvals can be made mandatory for accessing organizational content. Using MCM, files can be sent, stored in the cloud, and be deleted. MCM can either be a standalone system or integrated with other management systems such as a UEM.

Using a UEM like Hexnode, it is possible for organizations to securely store data in Hexnode’s native file repository. Deleting, copying or moving files is an easy process when done through Hexnode. In addition, it allows IT admins to manage and control all means of content sharing ranging from Bluetooth and USB to NFC and over-the-air sharing.

The dynamic device grouping feature in Hexnode can be used for contextual and location-based file delivery to devices. With the help of Hexnode, admins can give users easy and secure access to corporate emails, calendars, contacts, etc. Hexnode even lets you share files to Android devices locked in single or multi-app kiosk modes.