You can now bind multiple Android enterprise mobility management providers (EMM) to your Google Workspace account. Previously, you could only bind a single EMM within your organization. This update gives you more control over how devices in your organization are managed. Specifically, it offers:
More flexibility: You can choose the right EMM for each user group in your organization. For example, you can use one EMM for engineers and another for retail staff.
Enhanced control: You can now have multiple instances of the same EMM provider, for example a cloud instance and an on-premise instance, to manage different sets of users.
Easier migrations: You can now run multiple EMMs in parallel, allowing them to perform phased migrations from an old EMM to the new EMM over time.
We strongly recommend that admins familiarize themselves with how binding multiple EMMs will impact availability of private apps. You can find more information in our Help Center regarding creating web apps and distributing private apps.
Google Play store
If you’re binding multiple EMMs to a Google Workspace or Google Cloud identity account, you must use your EMM iframe and not play.google.com/work to access the managed Google Play store.
- Admins: To configure EMM providers, in the Admin console navigate to Devices > Mobile & endpoints > Settings > Third-party integrations > Manage EMM providers. Visit the Help Center to learn more about binding multiple EMM providers and enable it for your organizational units.
- End users: There is no end user impact or action required.
- This feature is available now for all users.
- Available to all Google Workspace customers.