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Release Notes & Announcements > What's New in Miradore

Release Notes on April 29th, 2015

Updated on May 4th, 2021

Business policy enforcement

Business policy enforcement is a Miradore feature that allows administrators to define business policies for devices. This means that chosen applications and configuration profiles, for example, passcode requirements and Wi-Fi configurations, can be automatically installed/enforced to a group of devices. This makes it an effective tool to ensure that enrolled devices are compliant with company policies and security regulations. In addition, it eases administrative work since required configuration profiles and applications are deployed automatically to enrolled devices.

Administrators can create multiple business policies and use device tagging to designate groups of devices to which the policies apply. For example, you can create separate business policies for company's head and branch offices, and monitor office-specific policy compliance.

Business policy enforcement is a feature available for Miradore Enterprise customers. If you're interested in business policy enforcement, consider upgrading your subscription. See more in How to upgrade Subscription.


Device tagging support to enrollment

Administrators can now add tags to devices being enrolled. When a new device is enrolled to Miradore configured tags are automatically attached to the device item. This makes it even easier to tag and group devices correctly.

Device tags are useful for identifying, searching and grouping enrolled devices. Tags can be used to represent device role, location, status or usage, or any other property for that matter. With tags, it is easy to find and manage named groups of devices.