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Overview: Use mobile devices at work  G Suite admins can manage their users’ personal or  company mobile devices. You can apply policy settings to  keep data on mobile devices secure, make sure devices  are password-protected, and remotely wipe corporate  data if users lose the device or leave your company.   Basic mobile management offers the same simple setup  for iOS® and Android devices. Advanced device  management offers more settings, and is set up  differently for iOS versus Android devices.   Your users can separate work and personal apps and data. If you wipe their device, their  personal data remains untouched. In Android, they set up a work profile, and in iOS, they use  app management. Different settings can apply for each organizational units in your account.   Access and set up mobile management in Device Management in the Admin console.      

CONTENT  1. Step 1: Choose who can use mobile devices for work  2. Step 2: Choose the type of mobile management you want  2.1 Basic management  2.2 Custom management  2.3 Advanced management  3. Step 3: Set up iOS and Android advanced mobile management  3.1 Android devices  3.2 iOS devices  4. Step 4: Manage devices  5. Step 5: Train your users  6. Mobile management tips   

 

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Step 1: Choose who can use mobile devices for work   To set up mobile management only for some teams, create organizational units and turn  on mobile management only for these units.   You can skip this step if you want to use the same mobile device management settings for  your entire company.  1.

Sign in to admin.google.com with your G Suite username and password. 

2.

From the Admin console Home page, click Users. 

3.

From the Filters section on the left, under By Organization, hover over the  right side of the column with the organization name.  

4.

Click More

> Add sub organization. 

5.

Type a name for the new organization, and click Create Organization. 

 



Step 2: Choose the type of mobile management you want    When you set up mobile management for your business, you decide how you want  to manage users’ devices. You manage all devices from the Admin console.  For more details, compare mobile management set-up features. 

2.1

Basic management  With basic management, you can enforce passcodes and screen locks for the  devices and wipe corporate data if they get lost. However, you can’t remote wipe a  device, whitelist apps, use separate work and personal profiles for Android users,  or enforce security policies. 

 

 

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2.2

Custom management  If you want to manage Android and iOS devices differently, you can use  custom management.   This means that you can set up basic mobile management for iOS users and  advanced mobile management for Android users. Android users can then set  up work and personal profiles, for example. 

2.3

Advanced management  With advanced management, you can:   ●

Separate work and personal data on Android devices  



Control apps that are installed on devices  



Apply policy settings  



Get reports 



Approve/block devices 



Wipe entire devices 

If you choose this option, your users will have to enroll their devices.   ●

For Android devices, users must download the Google Apps  Device Policy app. 



For iOS devices, users must download the Google Device  Policy app so you can manage the device.  

You can also choose not to manage the devices at all. However, if a device is lost, you  won’t be able to wipe its data using the Admin console.    

 

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Step 3: Set up iOS and Android advanced mobile management   Advanced mobile management offers the most options. It is set up slightly differently  for iOS versus Android devices.  

3.1

Android devices  For Android devices, you can apply more policies with company-owned devices, as  well as allow users to separate their work and personal profiles. If they lose their  phone or leave the company, you can wipe the corporate data while leaving personal  photos, files, and apps intact.   To do this, your users have to download the Google Apps Device Policy app.   You then apply Android settings to let users create work profiles.  

3.2

iOS devices  Users with iOS devices can install the Google Device Policy, and you create and install an  Apple Push Certificate. This lets you apply policies and settings for iOS users and  recommend apps. The certificate is renewed every year, or users must set up their devices  all over again. Users with iOS devices set up the Google Device Policy profile so you can  manage their work apps. 

 



Step 4: Manage devices    When you set up mobile device management, you can see a list of mobile devices that  you’re managing and get more details about the device, including:  ●

Check a device’s management status.  



Approve personal devices.  



Block or wipe a device.  



Check recent activity.  

This keeps your corporate data more secure and gives you options for managing how your  company information is being accessed.  You can read more about monitoring and managing mobile devices in the   G Suite Admin Help Center.     

 

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Step 5: Train your users   Help your users get comfortable using G Suite on their mobile devices. Direct them to the  G Suite Learning Center. They can see Quick Start Guides, tips, and task-oriented help to  add their account and use G Suite on their device.   For more detailed instructions to register devices, get work apps, find out about policies,  and protect work data, send your users to the G Suite User Help Center. 

 



Mobile management tips   ●

Let your team know the mobile device policies in place. They’ll need to enroll  their devices for them to be active.  



Set up advanced mobile management for a wider range of device settings  and policies. 



Encourage users to create work profiles in Android so they can keep their  personal data separate from work data. For iOS users, encourage them to  download the Google Device Policy.  



Choose the option to approve devices before users can download data and  sync to G Suite.  



Set up alerts for events like device-setting changes or suspicious activity.  



Whitelist apps your users will find useful for work. 



Encourage your users to visit the G Suite Learning Center to set up their devices.  

 

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