Mosyle brings schools and districts complete support for Apple’s MDM Protocol seamlessly integrated with our lightweight yet robust macOS Agent.
The result is a limitless number of combinations and possibilities that ensure it doesn’t matter how unique your need is, we have you covered.
Mosyle supports and integrates with all Apple Programs and APIs created to offer an incomparable experience for schools when deploying and managing Apple devices. With Mosyle, you can easily integrate multiple Apple School Manager accounts, take full advantage of Apps & Books (VPP), automate the enrollment for all school-owned devices, and offer your teachers and students the best BYOD experience with User Enrollment. Everything available through a simple and easy to use interface.
When deploying new Macs, Mosyle puts the Zero-Touch approach as its highest point, supporting all possible configurations available for Automated Device Enrollment (former DEP - Device Enrollment Program) and adding several layers that are important when setting up new devices. These layers include installing necessary apps, enforcing controls for security compliance from the first use of the device, and creating and authenticating local users leveraging Google Workspace, Microsoft 365, LDAP, or Active Directory.
Mosyle offers hundreds of “ready-to-go” actions, policies, commands and configuration profiles, covering all the expected needs that schools and districts will have when remotely managing Macs.
However, the possibilities enabled by our macOS agent are endless, and when a specific need shows up, IT admins can leverage extremely powerful tools to create, test, execute, automate and schedule scripts to the entire fleet or for specific groups of devices or users. If it can be scripted, it can be done.
Mosyle has a track record for always being ready when macOS updates introduce new MDM tools, features, configurations, and programs.
With Mosyle, it doesn’t matter what the future will bring for macOS management education, you will be able to use it from the first second it's deployed or even test it upfront with Beta releases designed to help you get prepared for upcoming changes.