Authorized devices refer to electronic devices such as computers, smartphones, and tablets that have been granted permission to access a network or system. Businesses may use authorization mechanisms such as usernames and passwords, certificates, or biometric authentication to ensure that only authorized devices can access their network or system. Effective management of authorized devices can help businesses improve security, prevent unauthorized access or data breaches, and control access to sensitive data or systems. Businesses can use device management tools to manage and monitor authorized devices, track device usage, and enforce security policies to ensure compliance with regulations and industry standards. Proper management of authorized devices is essential for maintaining a secure and reliable technology infrastructure.