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Re: Mobile Device Management - systems and experiences


Hi Gonçalo,

Thank you for your pertinent question. Within the community, there are
currently a range of approaches in use. Some implementations for instance
have been known to use proprietary technologies such as Samsung Knox. In
addition to this, recently I understand others have been using Google
Mobile Management tools. Finally, some have implemented a decentralised
device management approach, with devices distributed with tools to restrict
usage to specific suites of applications.

We are hoping to cover these and other topics in depth at the forthcoming
Android Implementation Academy where experts will present their different
approaches and we certainly wish to hear what you will decide in regards to
this. I hope others who are involved in the same area will also help to
answer your questions.



On Fri, Sep 15, 2017 at 10:48 AM, <goncalo.castro@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Dear DHIS2 community
> I was wondering if any of you has experience to share on Mobile Device
> Management  in low and middle income settings...
> As part of a large scale Android deployment we are studying alternatives
> on which systems and approaches to follow.
> Did you use an cloud-based solution? On premises? Open-source?
> Thank you
> Gonçalo
> *Gonçalo Castro *
> Health Informatics Specialist
> Swiss Centre for International Health
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