Desktop Central's UEM edition supports the following features to perform macOS management activities for MacOS devices in your enterprise:
The Patch Management feature provides various options to ensure that all Mac machines on your network are up to date with critical/recent security patches for Mac OS.
Desktop Central offers over 90+ templates that enable administrators to distribute, install, update and uninstall software enterprise applications remotely as well as automatically for macOS management. You can also customize and schedule software deployment during non business hours. You can deploy apps purchased from ABM silently to the managed machines without user intervention, hence enhancing end user experience. Mac IT management becomes easier with the software deployment features.
Desktop Central's Self Service Portal allows users to install application on their own, effectively reducing the number of help-desk tickets raised.
Whether it is already existing devices or new devices, you can enroll them hassle-free, in just a few clicks. Desktop Central's mac management software features gives you granular control with various profile management options to manage mac computers such as device restrictions, FileVault encryption, WiFi configurations, etc for macOS management. Other modern management feature such as Geo tracking, complete wipe, corporate wipe and remote lock make managing Mac devices easier than ever.
Desktop Central's Asset management feature provides up-to-date information about the software and hardware used across the organisation along with web-based inventory management for all managed devices
Relieve yourself from manually performing mac desktop management activities and perform repetitive administrative tasks as cofigurations.
Desktop Central's mac management software supports the following versions of Mac computers to provide you with a wide array of mac management features:
Note: Desktop Central Cloud supports macOS 10.11 and above.
Mac Management is the process of monitoring and managing Mac users and computers within a network remotely, from a central location. Professionals across the globe prefer using Mac computers and the market share of MacOS has gone up from 7% in 2014 to 12% in 2019 and is increasing steadily.
As the number of Mac computers in use increases, so does the need for mac management. Since managing computers manually within a network has become next to impossible (because of an ever-increasing number of endpoints), there is a need for an automated Mac management software which allows you to manage Mac computers and execute mac desktop management with ease.