PTT MOBILE DEVICE MANAGEMENT (MDM)
By limiting device functionalities, organization admins can ensure that devices are always used correctly.
Prevent end-users from changing device configuration (e.g., install malicious software), or change device settings (for example close the mobile data connection which in turn disconnects the device from the PTToC service).
Devices can be configured to run in single application mode, letting the user launch only the PTToC application with no option to run other applications, or in multi-application mode, where the user can use only whitelisted & approved applications.
PTT MDM FAQ
Does PTT MDM prevent device changes?
PTT MDM prevents end-users from changing the device configuration or device settings. This can be done by configuring the device to run in single application mode which only allows the user to launch the push-to-talk over cellular application with no option to run other applications unless they are whitelisted and approved.
Can PTT MDM ensure that devices are used correctly?
With the proper configuration, PTT MDM prevents the device from being used in an unintended way but restricting or preventing any application usage other that the PTToC application. Alongside this, users have no access to personal data on the device to prevent personal information and corporate data from being leaked.
How do you whitelist applications in PTT MDM?
Configuration for PTT MDM is available in via the management portal, where you will the ability to whitelist and approve applications that can be used on the device while also allowing you to lock device settings and notifications.