ASUS has the ZenPad M as their own enterprise tablet line with security in mind. As these tablet are nothing but your usual ZenPads, what’s running on it is the main feature and it’s ADAM which stands for ASUS Device Admin for Mobile.
Basically, ADAM is a tool for system admins to remotely control and manage other ZenPad Ms within the company’s network. As the products are aimed to be solely for business, ADAM will let you overlook the tablets if they being used properly. You can remotely install or update apps, pin apps to the screen, or wipe out storage if the device gets lost of stolen.
Additionally, with ADAM, you have more control over the tablets like take screenshots, send flash messages, and give a warning about updates. While all these features are pretty much available in other devices as well, ASUS’ dedicated admin tool, which can be accessed through a browser, lessens the hassle.
With ASUS ADAM, system integrators and software houses can modify the software quickly and easily, reducing costs and development time. You can for example use the ASUS zenPad M to create applications "point of sales" thanks to a special mode "kiosk mode" that locks the device on a specific application to prevent users from accessing other resources of the machine.
For now, there are two ZenPad M tablets, a 7 incher and 10 incher. The specifications of the two are not yet reveiled by ASUS, aside from Intel chipset, LTE, and Wi-Fi, but from what we can see, these are based on the current consumer ZenPads. No details yet when ASUS will start to offer these services but they might showcase it during the MWC 2016 next week
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