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A unique code provided to users or administrators to initiate and configure Scalefusion on a device.
The centralized dashboard on Scalefusion where administrators can manage devices, applications, and policies.
A software component installed on managed devices to enable communication and control via the Scalefusion platform.
Android Enterprise (AE)
Google’s initiative for enabling enterprise features on Android devices. Scalefusion leverages AE for advanced device management.
A security feature that allows only approved applications to be installed or run on a managed device.
The capability of Scalefusion to deploy, update, and remove applications on managed devices.
Tools and features in Scalefusion that allow administrators to track and manage device assets in the organization.
The process by which Scalefusion verifies the identity of a device or user before granting access to its services.
A feature enabling devices to be automatically enrolled in Scalefusion upon initialization or during a factory reset.
Azure AD Integration
A feature that allows Scalefusion to integrate with Microsoft's Azure Active Directory for streamlined user management and Single Sign-On (SSO) capabilities.
The process of integrating Scalefusion with other backend systems or applications to streamline IT operations.
Backup & Restore
Features within Scalefusion allowing administrators to back up device configurations and restore them as needed.
Features that allow administrators to limit the network bandwidth used by devices or specific applications.
A predefined set of settings or configurations that serve as a standard or starting point for devices.
A method of processing multiple tasks or datasets as a group rather than individually.
Refers to security processes that authenticate or verify a user based on biological characteristics like fingerprint, facial recognition, or iris scan.
For devices running on Windows, Scalefusion provides tools to manage BitLocker, Microsoft’s disk encryption program.
A list of disallowed entities, often referring to applications or websites that are restricted from use on managed devices.
A mode where certain functionalities, apps, or features are completely blocked or disabled on a device.
Feature enabling administrators to allow or restrict Bluetooth functionalities on managed devices.
Bluetooth Pairing Restrictions
Controls to limit which devices can be paired to managed devices via Bluetooth.
Boot Time Controls
Features that manage and control the boot-up process of devices to ensure security and compliance from startup.
Customization of the Scalefusion dashboard and managed device interfaces with company logos, colors, and other brand-specific elements.
A feature within Scalefusion that allows administrators to send a message or notification to multiple devices at once.
Tools and features that allow administrators to manage and control the use of web browsers on managed devices.
A method to enroll multiple devices into Scalefusion at once, streamlining the onboarding process.
Refers to enterprise app stores or private app listings within Scalefusion, where companies can list and distribute their internal apps.
BYOD (Bring Your Own Device)
A policy where employees are allowed to bring personally owned devices to their workplace, and to use those devices to access privileged company information and applications. Scalefusion offers specific features for BYOD management.
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