Cisco Meraki MDM
Meraki Mobile Device Management - enables secure management and control of all school devices (including PCs) as well as providing features such as the remote deletion of data (a GDPR requirement).
LGfL broadband schools can claim up to 700 free licences for secondary schools and 300 for primary schools.
Non-LGfL schools can purchase Meraki Licences for £2.99 per device.
Introduction to Meraki Mobile Device Management
Unified multi-platform device management
Cisco Meraki Systems Manager provides over-the-air centralized management, diagnostics, and monitoring for the mobile devices managed by your organisation. Systems Manager monitors each of your organization’s devices, showing useful metrics.
Robust security policy enforcement
Enforce policies across mobile devices administered by your organisation. Protect devices and their data, control their usage with fine-grained passcode policies, and restrict access to the app store, gaming, and content.
Scalable endpoint configuration
Systems Manager also makes it easy to define and deploy network settings like wireless connectivity, security settings, and remote VPN access to all devices on your network at once.
Secure support for Bring Your Own Device initiatives
Improve the security of BYOD initiatives by enforcing data encryption, remotely wiping lost devices, and even restricting network access to managed devices. Cisco Meraki wireless has built-in support for BYOD, making it easy to securely support BYOD — without extra appliances, licenses, or complex configuration.
Automatic device classification
Layer 7 client fingerprinting technology is integrated into all Cisco Meraki products lets you see all the devices on your network, with no configuration required. Client devices are automatically identified and classified, letting you distinguish between mobile devices, desktop PCs, see device operating systems, and even see device hardware manufacturers.
How do you manage devices effectively to ensure they can fulfil your T&L strategy?
Ben Kennor from St Fidelis School explains how they manage devices effectively to ensure they can fulfil their teaching and learning strategy.