Mosyle raises $200 million for its mobile device management platform for Apple devices

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Today, mobile device management (MDM) provider Mosyle announced the general availability of the Apple Unified Platform, a solution that combines MDM, endpoint security, entity management, and application management into a single solution for deploying and managing Apple devices.

Moselle also announced that it had raised $ 196 million as part of the Series B funding round.

For the enterprise, Mosyle’s solution provides an automated solution to secure and manage Apple devices through a centralized platform, rather than using patchwork of device management solutions.

Easing the security challenges of Apple devices

As the adoption of Apple devices increased during the Covid-19 epidemic, research shows that Mac laptop use across the enterprise increased by 63% in 2021, and 53% of IT decision makers say requests for Apple devices more than doubled. Years ago.

Apple’s adoption in the enterprise and education markets is growing rapidly. However, consumers are trying to manage and secure their Apple devices with common solutions from Windows-centric providers who have since accepted their offer to support Apple devices. And this is causing challenges, “said Mosyle CEO Alcyr Araujo.

Mosyle aims to address this with a unified platform that focuses on protecting Apple devices and endpoints.

“Consumers today rely on many solutions running on a single endpoint and experience zero integration between them. This makes it extremely painful to operate and is inefficient in terms of automation, “Araujo said.

Araujo says that by addressing Apple Endpoint’s needs through a single platform, customers can automate workflows that were previously impossible, such as automatically isolating or cleaning a malware-infected device without any manual action.

Dive into the mobile device management market

Mosaic is part of the MDM market, which researchers expect to grow from 5.5 billion in 2021 to $ 20.4 billion by 2026 as security teams try to impose security restrictions on devices outside the perimeter protection of the network.

One of Mosyle’s biggest competitors in the market is Jamf, an Apple device management provider that enables users to automate Apple device lifecycle management with account provisioning, identity management, zero-touch deployment, compliance monitoring and intimidation.

The solution is used by more than 60,000 businesses and raised $ 468 million in its initial public offering two years ago.

Another competitor is cloud-based Apple mobile device management provider, Addigy, which offers automated device registration, remote monitoring and treatment capabilities.

However the original integration of Mosysle for Apple devices is helping to differentiate it from competitors.

“Mosyle’s customers have access to extremely high-quality Apple-specific solutions with local integration and automation at a price point for all of Apple’s needs, less than any individual module if purchased separately,” Araujo said.

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