Mosyle Fuses Apple Management Solutions into Single Platform for MSPs

Mosyle Fuses Apple Management Solutions into Single Platform for MSPs

By Greg Tavarez

Apple devices are a mainstay for businesses and educational institutions alike. I’ve used Apple products to complete tasks during my tenure at previous jobs, and they worked great for what was needed. The issue that arises, though, is that managing a growing fleet of iPhones, iPads and Macs is difficult, even for MSPs.

Think back. MSPs have traditionally relied on a patchwork of different tools to manage various aspects of Apple device security and functionality. This fragmented strategy is time-consuming, it's inefficient, and it often leaves security gaps.

With that said, a company that more than 47,000 organizations trust to manage and secure millions of Apple devices daily has just made things easier for MSPs. Mosyle, a provider of Apple device management solutions, launched Mosyle Fuse MSP today, a solution that is designed specifically for MSPs:

Mosyle Fuse MSP.

Mosyle Fuse MSP builds upon the success of the company's enterprise offering, Mosyle Fuse. It integrates mobile device management, endpoint security, internet security, identity management and application management into a single, Apple-centric platform.

This unified approach streamlines device deployment, management and protection for MSPs supporting large numbers of Apple devices.

Mosyle Fuse MSP allows for the creation and application of standardized profiles and policies across all customer accounts. This includes device management, security protocols, online privacy settings and application control. New customers are onboarded in minutes with pre-configured settings.

While Mosyle Fuse MSP streamlines management, it also offers flexibility. For situations requiring unique configurations, MSPs manage individual customer settings like Apple Push Certificates, identity provider integrations and specific profiles.

Automated monthly billing also makes certain that MSPs only pay for the licenses they use. Additionally, Mosyle Fuse MSP generates detailed customer reports to simplify the billing process for MSPs and their clients.

“Mosyle is committed to growing the Apple ecosystem and helping MSPs scale,” said Alcyr Araujo, founder and CEO at Mosyle. “Mosyle Fuse MSP is designed to accomplish both — delivering an automated and scalable platform for MSPs that offers comprehensive security and management for Apple-focused customers across the globe.”

Mosyle Fuse MSP also establishes a new standard for Apple MSP pricing and incentives. The program offers commissions of up to 100% for the first year of new customers, along with competitive pricing. Mosyle will also reimburse the annual fee for the Apple Consultants Network program so MSPs have access to valuable support resources.

By offering a unified platform with advanced features, simplified workflows and financial incentives, Mosyle is raising the bar for Apple device management solutions. This has a chance to lead to a shift in the industry, with more MSPs adopting a centralized approach to managing their clients' Apple fleets.




Edited by Alex Passett
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