MESA, Ariz. (Oct. 29, 2013) – Today, Unwired Revolution released DeviceLink Pro, a mobile device and app management solution, giving small businesses, schools, and government agencies more control over iOS devices. DeviceLink Pro includes the first set of supervised functionality and support along with DeviceLink Basic features.
For more than a year, customers have been able to manage unlimited devices for free. This no-cost version, DeviceLink Basic, continues for all customers. Current and new customers are now being offered a free trial of DeviceLink Pro though the end of the year.
“Some organizations are, in fact, hesitant to try a free solution,” said Unwired Revolution Founder and Managing Director Rob Lowery. “We are proud to continue to offer DeviceLink Basic to all customers for free, but now DeviceLink Pro provides a low-cost solution for organizations requiring advanced functionality and support.”
DeviceLink Pro supports Single App Lock. This allows a device to be “locked” to one app, so a user cannot leave the app to do something else on the device – perfect for kiosks. DeviceLink Pro gives administrators even more restriction control with the ability to disable features like account modification, apps from modifying cellular data usage, and AirDrop.
Another supervised mode feature available with DeviceLink Pro is Web Content Filter. Administrators are able to block certain websites from being visited or to block all websites, as well as the ability to block adult content. Additionally, Global HTTP proxy configuration can be used to specify a proxy for all web traffic.
As a leading mobile solutions integrator with more than 17 years in mobility, Unwired Revolution developed DeviceLink for organizations that require mobile device management functions but lack the complexity to justify the cost and resources commonly associated with enterprise-oriented solutions.
Starting today, DeviceLink Pro is available to all customers for free through January 1, 2014.
For a feature comparison of DeviceLink Basic and Pro, visit unwireddevicelink.com.