The private equity firm that financed Kaseya’s acquisition of Datto is expanding its investment portfolio to support Mosyle, an Apple Platform integration software platform. Mosyle has raised $ 196 million in Series B funding led by Insight Partners, with participation from StepStone Group and all previous investors, including Elephant and Album VC, according to industry announcements today. Mosyle created an Apple Unified Platform for macOS, iOS, and tvOS, which includes: Mosyle is used by 32,000 organizations to manage and protect “millions” of Apple devices daily, although the exact deployment figures are not clear. In addition, the company has experienced “three-year revenue growth since 2020,” although dollar figures do not provide.
Apple Device Control Developments, Others. Among the previous Mosyle company logos covered by ChannelE2E: April 2021: Mosyle launches Mosyle Fuse for Apple devices. The cloud-based solution supports mobile device management (MDM), identity management, automation and patching automation applications, and end-to-end security for Apple-focused companies, Mosyle said at the time. In addition, the company launched Mosyle Free Business – which offers MDM capabilities for 30 devices free of charge.
Meanwhile, many MSP software providers now offer Mac-Oriented RMM (remote monitoring and control) software capabilities for MSPs. Well-known names like ConnectWise, Datto, Kaseya and N-able are included in the Apple RMM software product. Apple RMM white-play Addigy is also in a state of rapid development, Addigy CEO Jason Dettbarn told ChannelE2E in March 2022. Apple Device Control Software: Collections and Assets. M&A service is also hot in the Apple device control market. Example businesses include.
October 2021: Integrated Guard Monitor, providing MSPs with cloud-based RMM, PSA & SaaS-based healthcare for Apple Macs & Windows PCs. June 2020: Apple acquires Fleetsmith for Mac, iPhone & iPad remote monitoring and control (RMM) & mobile device management software (MDM) capabilities. February 2019: Jamf acquires ZuluDesk, an Apple iOS integration & macOS application management company with a leading software provider to schools. In a statement prepared about the deal, Rebecca Liu-Doyle, managing director at Insight Partners, said:
“Mosyle’s endless focus on advanced product innovation, ease of use, and world class customer support has established its position as the preferred platform for companies and institutions large and small in the field of management Apple device is developing. With the launch of its Apple Unified Platform, Mosyle was one of the first companies to integrate MDM with the broad beauty of mobile security solutions. ”
“Over the past year we have rolled out innovative security and control features that use MDM as a medium to extend security to other levels of the device. Our new Apple Integration Platform is a direct result of this effort, and provides our support of a combination of cloud-traditional architecture, automation, usability and best-in-class customer support for a new, fully integrated approach. Apple device control and security. This investment is a testament to this vision and our belief that companies need more than traditional MDM in today’s hybrid work environment. ”