Apple launches Business Essentials subscription service for small businesses

Apple has launched its new subscription service Business Essentials, aimed at small businesses and with which it offers services such as device management, support and data storage in the cloud with iCloud.

The Apple Business Essentials subscription is geared toward small businesses with up to 500 employees, and is available from this Wednesday in beta through an application, as announced by Apple in a statement.

“Apple Business Essentials is designed to help streamline every step of employee device management within a small business,” as Susan Prescott, Apple’s vice president of business and educational marketing, has described.

Apple’s solution facilitates the employee registration process, enabling small businesses to configure, deploy and manage Apple products from anywhere. It is based on tools like Collections, which allows you to configure settings and applications, including VPN and WiFi passwords.

Apple’s Business Essentials also seeks to maintain security in organizations with functions like FileVault, for full disk encryption on Mac computers, or Activation Lock, for lost or stolen devices.

Another feature of the subscription is the cloud storage and backup automatically through the service iCloud de Apple.

To this is added the 24 hour Apple support by telephone contact, up to two device repairs per year and training for IT administrators.

Apple Business Essentials is available at three plans different, with which each user can link up to three devices with up to 2TB of iCloud space, starting at $ 2.99 per month.

By Editor

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