My company uses MobileIron for MDM on our iPhone and they have a lot of policies, one of which is to limit iCloud drive. In iOS 8.3 The iCloud drive is not even an option on my iPhone (as it is on my Non-work ipad), however, i CAN enable iCloud Photos. However, despite being able to enable iCloud photos, none actually seem to upload (i keep seeing XX items to upload - and the number keeps growing as i take more photos). From what i can find on the MobileIron website, the policy can be set at a granular level to enable photos and disable docs (it looks like there are a lot more settings available like disabling icloud for any managed asset (e.g., email) but still enable for non-managed personal stuff)). Does anyone have any knowledge if these are in fact available settings, or experience with a managed device where photos is enable but docs are not? Given 8.3 is new and took the beta label off photos i would like to build a case to change our policy to enable photos even with the restriction on other iCloud drive features (which i think is still stupid).