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Welcome to the WSO2 Enterprise Mobility Manager (EMM) 1.0.0 documentation! WSO2 EMM is a unique mobile solution that is open source, user-friendly and distributed under the Apache Software License v2.0. WSO2 EMM includes two components: Mobile Device Management (MDM) and Mobile Application Management (MAM). MDM enables organizations to secure, manage and monitor Android and iOS powered devices (e.g., smart phones, ipod touch devices and tablet PCs), irrespective of the mobile operator, service provider, or the organization. MAM enables organizations to manage mobile application (app) life cycles via the Publisher, distribute mobile apps to users registered with MDM via the Store, and manage mobile apps (i.e., install and uninstall in bulk, blacklist, and more) via the MAM Console. EMM, maintains a compliance monitoring process to detect devices that are non-compliant to the assigned policy. In addition, EMM supports SSO and multi-tenancy.

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About WSO2 EMM

The topics in this section introduce WSO2 EMM concepts, architecture, and features, and how to get more help with the product.

 

Getting Started

Provides instructions for downloading, installing and deploying WSO2 EMM.

 

Administration Guide

Describes all aspects of administering EMM, including user management, policy management, device management, application management, and more.

 

User Guide

Describes how end-users can register with EMM, apply device operations, install applications via the Store and more.

   
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