Hexnode: Unified Endpoint Management for Enterprises
Apu Pavithran, Founder & CEO
The concept of mobile device management (MDM) and enterprise mobility management (EMM) were two terms that were used interchangeably for several years. Today, MDM is considered to be an integral part of EMM. However, when it comes to enterprise mobility, organizations are faced by the challenge of handling an entire fleet of mobile devices and desktops within and outside the office premises. To simplify the complexity of this task, Hexnode is delivering easy-to-configure unified endpoint management solution that allows a business to enable BYOD and enterprise mobility without compromising on the security aspect.
With the number of mobile devices growing steadily, employees in most organizations want the flexibility of working remotely or carry their own devices to work. In such situations, Hexnode’s MDM solution helps companies in managing all the endpoints—desktops, smartphones, laptops, and tablets—across different platforms such as Android, iOS, Windows, macOS, and tvOS from a unified console. This enhanced user experience of providing seamless access to data from desktops and mobile devices without letting security take a hit is helping organizations in improving employee productivity. In order to accomplish this, Hexnode puts together robust security postures through password protection, device encryption, and containerization, among others.
Under the able leadership of, Apu Pavithran, founder and CEO of Hexnode, the company has been able to pinpoint the intricate details of mobile device management and devise a wide array of features and functionalities to simplify the tasks of enterprises.
Hexnode’s comprehensive endpoint lifecycle management allows the users to enroll, provision, remotely manage, and decommission endpoints from a single dashboard. Also, the user can configure secure access to corporate resources, install public and enterprise app, and enforce security settings, while preventing access to malicious websites. Along with security, the solutions application management capability allows seamless deployment and management of public and in-house applications across the organizations’ device fleet. Through this aspect, the user can distribute and update the app while tracking its performance and managing its entire lifecycle. Not only can the solution manage applications but also the content that is delivered to the endpoints. The content management capability helps manage and secure content distribution to the devices by leveraging the corporate policies at a granular level and enforcing a robust authentication process. Hexnode implements security controls to safeguard data at rest, in motion, and in use.
Hexnode’s solution implements robust security controls to protect data at rest, in motion and use. Enhance employee productivity without compromising data security, to enable users to access corporate resources securely when and wherever they need it with Hexnode MDM. In the event of a device being lost or stolen, Hexnode MDM’s proactive security controls come to the rescue. In such situations, the solution allows the device owns to remotely track the device, lock it, and erase the contents when the need arises. In order to enable secure access to corporate content and resources, Hexnode MDM’s access management feature integrates corporate directories for user authentication, identity, and access controls. The enterprise mobility solution enforces policies such as custom password rules, encryption, and multi-factor authentication while ensuring compliance with corporate, industry, and federal regulations through a set of curated compliance frameworks.
While maintaining the security of the devices is vital for an organization, Hexnode MDM’s telecom and expense management functionality allows the management team to track and monitor the cellular data usage on the device. With the ability to set up data usage restrictions for devices and apps and monitor Wi-Fi, the firm can recognize the total data usage of individual device and consumption of applications installed on the devices.