Use cases

Unified Endpoint Management (UEM)

Miradore Online is a cloud-based Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) software that lets you manage smartphones, tablets, laptops, and desktops, in addition to keeping records of other devices and hardware, such as monitors, VR headsets, printers, and wearables.


Use Any Device with Miradore

We support all major operating systems—Android, iOS, Windows, and macOS.

Smartphones and Tablets

Miradore is an official partner for Google’s Zero-Touch Enrollment. We also support Android Enterprise, enabling consistent mobile device management across all Android device manufacturers.

Our solution also integrates closely with Apple Business Manager and Device Enrollment Program, making the management of Apple iOS devices simple and effective.


laptops and desktops
Laptops and Desktops

You can also manage Windows and macOS (Mojave and High Sierra) computers with Miradore from the cloud.

Control Windows update settings, automate patch management and deploy software to your Windows computers remotely.

Get information on your Macs’ encryption status, apps and hardware specifications – and automate the device enrollment and configuration tasks.

Other Devices

Our Unified Endpoint Management platform helps you keep records of other devices and hardware.

With our fixed asset management feature, AnyDevice, you can enter the serial numbers of your organization’s printers, virtual reality goggles, monitors, and other devices to Miradore Online and you’ll always have an easily accessible record of your entire device fleet.

Miradore Mobile Device Management

3 Reasons to Choose Miradore


  • Easy to use. Get started in minutes.
  • We pride ourselves on excellent customer service.
  • Basic features are free forever. Upgrade when you need to.


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Miradore Named a UEM Innovator by Technology Industry Analyst Firm IDC

Miradore was recognized as an innovator in UEM in the IDC report, IDC Innovators: Unified Endpoint Management Software, 2018.

Endpoint device deployments in enterprises today have never been more diverse in terms of use cases, device form factors, and varying operating system types,” said Phil Hochmuth, program director, Enterprise Mobility at IDC.

These IDC innovatorsreflect the heterogeneous nature of end-user computing and endpoint device management requirements among enterprises and SMBs today and in the future.


Miradore was also profiled in other industry analyst firm research reports, including the Forrester report Now Tech: Unified Endpoint Management: Q2 2018 and in the Ovum Market Radar: Unified Endpoint Management.