Get started with Mobile Device Management

6 Steps to Success

Get Started with Miradore Online

6 Steps to Successful Deployment of Mobile Device Management

Getting started with Miradore Mobile Device Management is easy and fast. Setting up your first site is just a few clicks away and you can use the free version for as long as you wish. The paid version of Miradore Online helps you scale up your MDM services as needed, increasing the level of automation and unlocking advanced features for enterprise mobility management (EMM).


Step 1

Register and start Enterprise trial

Getting started with Miradore Online is easy because you can register a new MDM site yourself in just a few minutes. After that, you can use the free version for an unlimited time, or you can start your free 14-day trial to try out the full Enterprise version.

Read more about getting started

Step 2

Enroll devices

Device enrollment is the first step in managing mobile devices. The recommended way to enroll devices into Miradore Online is through the platform-specific programs, such as Android Enterprise, Samsung Knox and/or Apple Device Enrollment Program. However, you can also enroll your devices into mobile device management through email, SMS or USB.

Read more about device enrollment methods.

Step 3

Check out inventory

After you have enrolled some of your devices, you may want to have a look on the inventory details that Miradore Online collects about your devices. The inventory contains plenty of detailed information about the devices’ hardware and software configurations.

Read more about inventory data collection

Step 4

Manage device settings

Configuration profiles help manage device settings or features remotely with Miradore Online. For example, you can create a configuration profile that enforces the use of passcode or disk encryption for your devices. Most importantly, you don’t always need to manually handle the devices on site. Instead, you only select which settings you wish to deploy, and you can do this remotely and for multiple devices at once. This is an easy way to enforce and standardize company policies in managed devices.

Read more about configuration profiles.

Step 5

Add applications

Just like with device settings, you can also deploy apps to your devices remotely. Moreover, you can control which apps device users can install and even manage the installation of licensed apps centrally on Android and iOS devices.

Read more about application management.

Step 6

Automate with business policies

With the business policies, you can define a bunch of settings, apps and files that the system applies to your devices automatically if they meet certain conditions. Therefore, the policies are an effective way to ensure that your devices comply with your company policies and security regulations.

Read more about business policies.