Striking a balance between your business needs and the privacy concerns of your employees can be challenging. There are a few simple practices that can manage Privacy Settings to strike the best balance.

Important: Every deployment is different. Tailor these settings and policies that fit your organization in the best way by consulting with your own legal, human resource, and management teams.

User Information for Privacy Best Practices

In general, you display user information such as the first name, last name, phone number, and email address for both employee-owned and corporate-owned devices.

Application Information for Privacy Best Practices

In general, it is appropriate to set the collection of application information to either do not collect or collect and do not display for employee-owned devices. This setting is important because public apps installed on a device, if viewed, can be considered personally identifiable information. For corporate-owned devices, Workspace ONE UEM records all installed applications on the device.

If Do Not Collect is selected, only personal application information is not collected. Workspace ONE UEM collects all managed applications, whether public, internal, or purchased.

Remote Commands for Privacy Best Practices

Consider disabling all remote commands for employee-owned devices. However, if you allow remote actions or commands, explicitly mention these remote actions and commands in your terms of use agreement.