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Mobile Device Management

I want to know a solution to manage iPads using MDM.
Just a small amount of iPads.

Does anyone know much about this?

I hope to get some tips for using/starting to use MDM.
And why i should do it that way.

Thanks in advance.

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Re: MDM says "Using Apple Deployment Programs with a mobile device management (MDM) solution gives you greater flexibility and control over your deployments."
Surely they know much about it.

I didn't go deeper into that support, but I think it can tell you more. Maybe even a few recommended softwares. Nothing better than an Apple recommendation, isn't it?
If no luck with that has a lot of hits to software you could use. I leave it to you to select a few for your short list and compare them.
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