IBM MaaS360 Foundations
IBM MaaS360 Foundations Courses:
- enrollment process
- manual enrollment
- steps to enroll a device
- enrollment types
- enrollment programs: configured
- enrollment programs: automated
- streamlined (self) enrollment
- enrollment settings
- best practices
This course provides a deep dive into MaaS360 Android Enterprise policy. In this video, you are provided with a detailed explanation of expected behavior of popular Android policy features, learn best practices when applying restrictions, and, understand how to implement advanced features for strict controls.
Duration: 60 minutes
This video provides a checkpoint for your MaaS360 deployment.
It will provide you with information on all the MaaS360 features that are available to you. These features can help you improve security, productivity, and ease of use.
Duration: 58 minutes
This webinar provides information on User and Admin Management in MaaS360. The topics covered include:
- User creation/Modification/Deletion
- Sync with directories
- Integration with SSO/Cloud Identity
- User authentication
- Administrator management
- Best practices
Matt Shaver, our IBM MaaS360 Knowledge and Content Manager, provides a deep dive into MaaS360 App and Doc Management. In this video, Matt gives a practical guide to deploying apps, shows how to manage enterprise and private apps, and provides tips and tricks for content distribution. This video covers the following topics:
- App catalog
- Public applications in iOS
- AppConfig (iOS and Android)
- Enterprise App for iOS
- Apple Volume Purchase Program (VPP)
- Android Google Play
- Enterprise Apps for Android
- App distribution
- Docs and the Content Library
This video provides you with information on what is planned for the 2nd quarter 2019 for MaaS360.
Learn about new MaaS360 features, as well as, details on preparing for
the Android Q and iOS 13 releases.
The topics covered in this video include:
- Android Q (10)
- Device Admin MDM
- Android Enterprise Management Styles
- Android Enterprise Migration
- iOS 13
- Enrollment Programs
- iOS 13 Unauthorized Feature Deprecation
- User Enrollment (iOS 13)
- Device Enrollment : Deprecated Feature Set
- Automated Device Enrollment
- MaaS360 iOS Release 3.95
- MaaS360 Android Release 6.70
- Q Readiness
Duration: 57 minutes
This video provides an overview of MaaS360 compliance. In this video, you will learn how to
automate action on non-compliant devices, and, how to set up advanced
groups to look for security gaps.
The following topics are covered in this course:
- My Advisor with Watson
- Compliance rule sets
- Add a rule set
- Basic settings
- Enforcement rules
- Geo-fencing rules
- Monitoring rules
- Expense Monitoring rules
- Group Based Rules - look for security gaps
- Applying the compliance rule set
- Out of compliance monitoring
Duration: 57 minutes
This video takes a look back at the state of unified endpoint management (UEM), goes over MaaS360 feature updates for iOS, Android, and Windows, and, explains how to prepare for a successful MaaS360 deployment in 2020 and beyond.
Duration: 53 minutes
This webinar provides a deep dive into MaaS360 Device Inventory. This video will get an overview of device actions and information fields, learn how to craft and apply custom attributes, and learn how to manage and deploy device groups.
The video covers the following topics:
- Devices view
- Device Inventory
- Customize Inventory columns
- Add devices to Inventory
- Device Inventory for iOS
- Device records
- Device Summary
- Device Security and Compliance
- Device Hardware and Operating System
- Device Apps Installed
- Apps Distributions
- Device Location Information
- Device Browser History
- Groups device belongs to
- Device Custom Attributes
- Device Inventory for Android Enterprise
- Device Summary (Android)
- Hardware and OS (Android)
- Reset Passcode
- Device Enrollments
- Actions & Events
- Exceptions report
- Custom Attributes
- Device Locations
Duration: 58 minutes
MaaS360 portal account includes several mobile device management (MDM)
policies. You can use these default policies as is or customize them to
meet your business requirements. The MDM policies secure the device
itself and apply standard configuration settings. MaaS360 classifies the MDM policies by mobile device operating system. MDM policies restrict features and services on a device, based on the features each mobile operating system offers.
This course shows you how you can create a new policy based on the following default policy types to secure your mobile devices:
- Android MDM
- iOS MDM
- macOS MDM
- Windows MDM
IBM MaaS360 is a comprehensive mobile management and security solution for devices, applications, and content. In this comprehensive course, you learn how to create and configure a MaaS360 portal account. You learn to use portal workflows to configure and customize the account. You also use policies and compliance rules to manage your mobile enterprise.
- Configure MaaS360 account services and settings
- Explain and configure security policies
- Explain and configure compliance rules
This video walks you through getting self-service support for MaaS360, including how to open a case. It will also show you where to find documentation and videos which provide help for using the MaaS360 product.
- obtaining an IBM ID
- signing in to the IBM MaaS360 Support Portal
- link your IBM ID to an existing account
- IBM Support Portal
- Support Access to open cases
- open a case
- chat with Support
- Product Notifications
- MaaS360 Knowledge Center
- MaaS360 Ongoing Product Education
policies are assigned by default or manually to users, devices, and
In this video, you learn how to assign policies to MaaS360 users
and devices and explore the effects of policy precedence settings and
dynamic policy assignments. You also learn how to identify the policies
assigned to devices.
In addition to policies, you learn how to set compliance rules for devices that fall out of line with a defined policy. This includes all actions that need to be taken when the device falls out of line.
Duration: 16 minutes
This course provides a deep dive into MaaS360 iOS policy. In this video, you are:
- provided with a detailed explanation of expected behavior of popular iOS policy features
- learn best practices when applying restrictions
- understand how to implement advanced features for strict controls.
If you are using or planning to upgrade to Windows 10, learn the key
differences between legacy Windows versions and Windows 10, MaaS360
enrollment types with Windows 10, and the basic Windows 10 tasks for
The topics covered in this video include comparing Windows 10 to Windows legacy versions, enrollment methods in Windows, location information, Apps installed, device history, wipe and summary, selective wipe, enable debug mode, policy settings and advanced policy settings, Windows packages, locations - geo-fencing, and reports.
Vlad Ilca, Alex Vieira
In this course, you learn how to use and configure compliance rules in the MaaS360 portal. Compliance rules are included in a rule set that includes basic settings, enforcement rules, geo-fencing rules, monitoring rules, expense monitoring rules, group based rules, and custom attribute rules.
In this Open Mic session, Matthew Shaver recaps the important MaaS360 changes of 2018 and you learn what's coming in 2019. Matthew Shaver reviews iOS 12 features, such as new MDM features, Apple Business Manager, and new enrollment workflows, Android 9 features, such as the new MDM features and Android Enterprise, extended Windows hardware support, and unification of Microsoft products. The session also covers MaaS360 UEM, new MaaS360 user interface workflows, and MaaS360's partnership with Wandera.Matt Shaver, Matthew Shaver, Vlad Ilca, Rachel Amity Brown
This course explains the MaaS360 enhancements to the Android Enterprise workflows. These enhancements provide the ability to setup and deploy Bring Your Own Devices (BYOD) enrollments, also known as, Profile Owner (PO) enrollments. This course explains
all the options available to you.
Learn about MaaS360 Secure Productivity Suite which provides essential mobile solutions for a safe and protected workspace on-the-go, especially on employee owned devices. Specific topics covered in this video include:
- Setup the Workplace Persona Policy functionality
- Configure Services - email and browser
- Configure Passcode
- Configure Device Security Policies
- Configure MaaS360 Enterprise Gateway - data leakage controls
- Configure Secure Email
- Secure Mail Security Settings
- Configure Browser Defaults
- URL filtering
- Enable Enterprise Gateway for Intranet access
- Extend the Workplace Persona Policies to third-party Apps
Duration: 55 minutes
Find out how to harness the power of GSuite and other Google tools using MaaS360.
The topics covered in this video include an overview of Google, GSuite, and MaaS360, GSuite Integration and Gmail setup, Android Enterprise and Device Management, and ChromeOS Management.
In the third part of this MaaS360 Unified Endpoint Management course series, you are introduced to Artificial Intelligence (AI) insights in My Advisor with Watson and contextual analytics. Identity and access management, or Cloud Identity Connect
(CIC) is explained as well as in depth details on the Cloud Extender Configuration Tool.
In the second part of this MaaS360 Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) course series, you learn about configuring container, or workplace persona policies, bulk enrollment workflows, and how you can integrate Active Directory with Cloud Extender.
IBM MaaS360 is a comprehensive mobile management and security solution for devices, applications, and content. In this training, you learn troubleshooting techniques that you can use to solve common problems that might occur.
Describe the IBM MaaS360 Support model
Open a support case with IBM MaaS360 Support
Enable debug and send logs to IBM MaaS360 Support
Troubleshoot native and secure mail issues
Reset device and MaaS360 passcodes
Troubleshoot basic policy issues
Remediate issues with lost devices
Remediate issues with jailbroken and rooted devices
In this demonstration, you learn how to set up Android Enterprise device owner mode in MaaS360. Device owner mode applies to the entire device; whereas, profile owner mode has separate work and personal profiles on one device.
IBM® MaaS360® Mobile Threat Management allows you to detect, analyze and remediate enterprise malware on mobile devices. It provides advanced jailbreak, root and hider detection with over-the-air updates for security definitions. Administrators can configure compliance policies based on these advanced threats and remediate vulnerabilities—improving the security of bring your own device (BYOD) and corporate-owned devices. In this course, you learn how to configure Mobile Threat Management and how it detects and remediates malware on devices.
In this Open Mic session, Matthew Shaver and Vlad Ilca review some advanced MaaS360 tasks, features, and workflows. You learn about device inventory, device enrollments, advanced search, group based rules and exceptions. Custom user attributes, the user directory, and passwords are discussed. The session wraps up with demonstrations of configuring mailboxes, Assistant, app catalogs, and the public Google Play Store.Device Inventory and Device Enrollments
Advanced Search and Group-Based Rules
Actions & Events and Exceptions
Custom User Attributes
User Directory and Passwords
Enroll On Behalf Of
Security Policies and Workplace Persona Policy
Delegated Mailboxes, Shared Mailboxes, and Custom Additional Mailboxes
Public Google Play Store
You can use MaaS360 CMT Co-existence to manage Windows 10 endpoints in both Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) and IBM MaaS360.
MaaS360 gives you the flexibility and added value of a modern management platform to manage Windows 10 endpoints over-the-air, whether they are on a corporate intranet or the internet. The endpoints don’t need to be AD-joined or on premises.
In this course, you learn how to bulk enroll Windows 10 endpoints in MaaS360 and migrate GPO policies to MDM policies in MaaS360.
It’s a good practice to periodically review the MaaS360 portal device inventory to ensure that your device records represent active devices. In this video, you learn how to clean up and maintain your MaaS360 device inventory in the MaaS360 portal.
Author: Dwight Harper
In this course, you learn how MaaS360 can integrate with
behind-the-firewall resources using the MaaS360 Cloud Extender and
leverage direct cloud-to-cloud integrations.
Sharpen your fundamental MaaS360 knowledge and skills in this MaaS360 Open Mic replay.
This video covers the following topics: Apple, Android and Windows Basics; MaaS360 Portal Walk-Through; Devices; Users; Security/Policies; Apps; Docs, Expenses, Schools; Reports; Setup; Getting Help and User Information; and Supervised vs. Unsupervised
Rolling out MaaS360 to your mobile
device users requires a well thought out plan. It is important to scope
the requirements for your MaaS360 portal and prepare administrative
plans for both devices and users. In this course, you learn the basic
concepts necessary to plan a MaaS360 implementation. You are also
introduced to configuring your MaaS360 account, policies, and rulesets and determining your daily operational tasks.
MaaS360 includes several security policies for mobile devices. These policies make sure that mobile devices comply with your corporate security policies and provide secure access to corporate data. This course focuses on configuring the Mobile Device Management (MDM) and WorkPlace Persona policies. MDM policies are specific to the mobile device operating system. The persona policy focuses on the native MaaS360 apps.
- Explain the purpose of a security policy
- Describe the difference between Mobile Device Management (MDM) and Workplace Persona polices in MaaS360
- Configure MaaS360 policies
- Assign a MaS360 policy to a device
IBM MaaS360 is a comprehensive mobile management and security solution
for devices, applications, and content. This module explains MaaS360
product capabilities, architecture, and integration points. You learn
how to scope, plan, and evaluate deployment strategies for your
enterprise mobility implementation.
In the first part of this MaaS360 Unified Endpoint Management course series, you learn about enrolling iOS and Android devices, device policies, and distributing apps and documents to mobile devices.
IBM MaaS360 with Watson is a comprehensive, dynamic unified endpoint management (UEM) solution for devices, applications, and content. There are several choices that you can make that affect how you configure your MaaS360 services. How will your users
and devices authenticate? How will users and devices access apps and resources? What happens if a user or device is out of compliance? In this course, you are introduced to several strategies and planning activities that will help you deploy MaaS360
IBM MaaS360 is a comprehensive mobile management and security solution for devices, applications, and content. In this training, you learn MaaS360 SaaS features and integration capabilities, and you get a high-level overview of the MaaS360 SaaS and container architecture.
This course includes:
- Unified Endpoint Management for dummies ebook
- An IBM Security Intelligence blog.
You are provided an overview of unified endpoint management (UEM) and why it’s necessary, and how it addresses complex problems encountered by IT in the modern enterprise.
IBM MaaS360 is a comprehensive mobile management and security solution for devices, applications, and content. In this training, you learn how to enroll devices, manage devices using device inventory, and review compliance and history.
Mobile device management is complex and each organization uses it differently to meet business requirements. What is applicable to one organization might not apply to another. Sometimes, best practices are work arounds. In this video, you learn some practices you can use to manage mobile devices on the MaaS360 platform.
Mobile device management is complex and each organization uses it differently to meet business requirements. What is applicable to one organization might not apply to another. Sometimes, best practices are work arounds. In this video, you learn some best practices you can use to manage Android mobile devices.
Mobile device management is complex and each organization uses it differently to meet business requirements. What is applicable to one organization might not apply to another. Sometimes, best practices are work arounds. In this video, you learn some practices you can use to manage Apple mobile devices.
In this course you learn how to implement MaaS360 Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) for Windows devices, using modern API management. You learn how to configure services and enroll Windows 10 devices, configure Windows MDM policies, build and distribute a MaaS360 App catalog with Windows apps, and create Maas360 alerts and configure compliance rules.
Every organization must see and control the mobile devices entering their enterprise, whether they are provided by the company or part of a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) program. IBM MaaS360 with Watson provides one uniform platform you use to manage your devices, content, and apps. This course introduces administrators to some of the first tasks that are needed to implement MaaS360 such as integrate with Apple programs, manage Android devices, build an enterprise app catalog, and assign corporate policies and compliance rules to devices and users.
APNS, Apple, DEP, VPP, Android kiosk, KME, Knox Mobile Enrollment, app catalog
IBM MaaS360 is a comprehensive mobile management and security solution for devices, applications, and content. In this module, you learn how to use the MaaS360 portal to configure a MaaS360 instance that meets your business requirements. You use the portal workflows to configure your MaaS360 account and begin managing your mobile enterprise.
- Navigate the MaaS360 portal Home page
- Describe and configure MaaS360 services
- Identify and enable device enrollment and other deployment settings
- Describe the mobile device enrollment programs you can use in MaaS360
- Configure administrator settings
- Create new portal administrators
- Use departmentalization to manage devices and content
- Add users and user groups in the MaaS360 portal
- Identify when to use custom attributes
- Configure privacy settings and locations
Dawn LaPides, Amit Hansalia
Conventional mobile device management (MDM), enterprise mobile management (EMM), and unified endpoint management (UEM) solutions lack the ability to discover and prioritize the areas that have the most meaningful impact on your organization. Instead, they rely on you and your team to self-discover risks and opportunities related to your endpoints, their users, apps, content, and data. IBM MaaS360 with Watson Advisor takes a cognitive approach to UEM. This course introduces you to MaaS360 with Watson Cognitive Insights.
In this video, you learn how to enable and configure the MaaS360 End User Portal. You also learn how users can self-manage their devices with the End User Portal.
Author: Dwight Harper