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DISA Offers Apple Device Enrollment Program for Mission Partners

The Defense Information Systems Agency has introduced a program for mission partners to enroll iOS devices in the Defense Department‘s Mobility Unclassified Capability service.

DISA said Wednesday the Apple device enrollment program seeks to help participants manage DMUC enrollment, decrease provisioning time by at least 40 percent and implement device management controls.

Al Smith, program manager for DMUC, said the program was rolled out only after proper pilot testing with the Defense Contract Management Agency, U.S. Africa Command and U.S. European Command.

The program allows for automatic enrollment of devices without requiring the device’s physical presence.

It also enables administrators to hinder end users from deleting management profiles as well as help aid organizations retrieve lost or stolen devices.

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