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?

All organizations have a lot of data associated with it, but it doesn’t mean that all of its employees should access this data. Therefore, distribution of 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 distributing content/information to and from devices belonging to the employees of an organization.

MCM can either be a standalone system or integrated with other management systems such as a UEM. Using MCM, files of any type can be easily sent to devices registered to the organization. Files can also be stored in cloud storage. MCMs can assist you even in deleting data from devices if necessary.

With the help of MCMs, user authentication and access approvals can be made mandatory for accessing organizational content. In addition, MCM allows location-based and contextual delivery of content to devices. MCMs also allow authorized users to access files from any device of their choice.

Using a UEM like Hexnode, it is possible for organizations to securely store data in the UEM’s native file repository. It is possible to send files to specific devices and store them in a specific device location with ease. Deleting, copying or moving files is an easy process when done through a UEM like Hexnode. Hexnode 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 provided by Hexnode can be used for contextual and location-based file delivery to devices. Dynamic device grouping also allows the possibility of automated file delivery to devices. With the help of Hexnode, admins can give users easy and secure access to corporate emails, calendars, contacts, etc. Hexnode also lets you share files to Android devices locked in single or multi-app kiosk modes, and these files will appear as shortcuts in the locked screen.