The banking, insurance and finance industry has adapted to the mobile revolution by mobilizing their workforce. The security demanded by the banking and finance industry is paramount and mission critical. Hexnode MDM converts the seemingly feeble mobile endpoints to secure and compliant work devices.
Hexnode supports conventional enrollment techniques along with Android Zero-Touch Enrollment, Apple Business Manager, Samsung Knox Mobile Enrollment, Android Enterprise Recommended, G Suite, Active Directory, Azure AD and more.
Android Enterprise Recommended, formerly Android for Work has a container which separates work apps and personal apps. iOS offers Managed Open In feature which secures work data from being accessed anywhere else.
The remote wipe and lock actions can be executed instantaneously from the MDM console. Enabling lost mode, device scan, location scan, switching off the device, locking down device in kiosk mode etc., are some of the other instant actions available.
Along with location tracking, detailed location history report can be downloaded from the console. Geofencing allows creating fences across the map to specify the risk-free and no-go zones and automatic policy which will execute upon breaking the fence.
Restrictions such as disabling screen capture, connecting to iTunes, iCloud, Bluetooth, tethering, changing GPS status, clipboard functions, NFC, Android Beam, USB connection etc., can be enabled. Risky apps can be blacklisted and important apps can be made mandatory.
The mobile data and Wi-Fi data can be limited from Hexnode MDM console. The organization can specify the data limits and can restrict the device from connecting to mobile data or Wi-Fi after exceeding the specified limit.
Hexnode provides the detailed device, user, compliance, location, application and audit reports which can be exported as CSV or PDF. Notifications can be enabled on a wide variety of device and user actions for both admin and user.
Hexnode allows bulk distribution of apps to the devices remotely. Risky apps can be blacklisted such that upon installing them the device breaks compliance. Necessary apps can be made mandatory or can be put in the kiosk mode.