Apple has released a round of important security updates for Mac OS El Capitan 10.11 through High Sierra 10.13. Note that no security update is available for Yosemite 10.10, so anyone running that older version of the OS should consider upgrading to at least El Capitan. These new security updates address a long list of issues from the highly publicized KRACK wireless vulnerability to a laundry list of other flaws, some specific to High Sierra. Customers with MacLab managed services will automatically be updated in the background.
Mobile device management (MDM) provides quick and easy control and security for iPhones, iPads and even Macs, wirelessly through the Internet. This allows locking a lost iPad or iPhone, easy reference of inventory and device specifications and deployment of new configurations instantly. Furthermore, it’s possible to distribute software and have new iPhones shipped to your company pre-configured.
A common scenario is the need for security and a quick email, contacts and calendar install on iPhones. Once we establish an account on our end, you just visit a url, enter your name and password, then the iPhone is secured and configured. Your time invested: 5 minutes.