BarCloud Mobile Device Management
Within BarCloud, an online inventory management and asset tracking system, effectively manage which mobile devices are able to connect to your BarCloud inventory system through mobile device management. Administrators are able to identify devices by a provided name and determine how many devices have licenses as well as how many devices are currently active within their BarCloud inventory account.
“Welcome to BarCloud, until now administrators have been unable to manage which mobile devices are able to connect to their BarCloud account. However, the latest release of BarCloud now provides administrators with this new feature, mobile device management.
This allows administrators to determine which devices are able to connect to their BarCloud inventory system account. Each BarCloud mobile device will be identified by a device ID and can also be tracked by a device name. To name a device, begin by logging into BarCloud’s inventory mobile app then navigate to the settings tab. Once on the settings tab, find the about section and expand that and finally add a name to the mobile device. Once the device name has been entered, simply tab go and that will save the device name.
In order to see this new device information and manage all other devices, admins can log into BarCloud’s inventory web application and select the admin menu. From there they can choose system configuration and on the left side choose mobile device management. Now on the right, you can see all the devices listed for this account.
In addition, at the top administrators will see how many mobile barcode devices they have licensed as well as how many current barcode scanning devices are active in the account. To disable a specific device, simply uncheck the box associated with that device and confirm that you want to deactivate the device. This also allows administrators to transfer mobile barcode scanning licenses between devices in case the device becomes damaged, lost or stolen. Simply check the device you wish to activate at that point and confirm that you are going to activate that device. Now when a user tries to activate BarCloud using a disabled mobile device or if all the concurrent mobile licenses are being used, the user will receive this error.
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