Data protection-compliant device management for schools, public authorities, administrations and companies
Relution is a mobile device management solution (MDM) developed in Germany that can be used to inventory, configure, equip and secure all digital devices - regardless of operating system, type and manufacturer. The platform-independent offering also supports trouble-free mixed operation of deployed devices. In addition, apps and content can be intuitively manage and control digital devices, apps and content. This way, devices are optimally controlled and managed.
For the convenient mass enrollment of devices and the procurement and distribution of app licenses, Relution supports the offerings of Apple (DEP, VPP, Apple Classroom), Android Enterprise (ZeroTouch, Managed Google Play Store), Samsung (KNOX, KME, Samsung Classroom Management) and Microsoft (Autopilot) - this limits administrative efforts, realizes synergy effects and reduces costs.
The MDM system ensures that all end devices are up to date and running smoothly in schools, public authorities, administrations and companies by means of central and uniform remote management. In this way, devices are optimally prepared for use and can be deployed specifically for their intended purpose. Relution enables data protection-compliant operation at any time, either in the company's own infrastructure or in a European cloud (on premises).
To protect sensitive data, the devices can also be used without the use of personal cloud IDs. The connection to the UCS Idm system is automatic. In addition, Relution supports common server solutions. By connecting existing systems, local file shares can be integrated for access to relevant content and data as well as work results can be stored securely on the central server.
Especially for educational institutions, all common application scenarios can be implemented quickly and easily with Relution. The intuitive Relution Teacher App and the Relution Shared Device Mode support trouble-free and privacy-compliant teaching with pedagogically useful apps. In addition to the management of school-owned devices, the use of parent-funded or private student devices (BYOD) is also possible. Thanks to the integrated lending system, the school or school board can keep track at all times of to whom and until when loaned devices have been issued.