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What is Unified Endpoint Management?

As mobile environments become more complex from laptops to desktops, tablets, and smartphones, managing these devices proves to be a challenge. And organizations need security solutions that can keep up. A Unified Endpoint Management Solution can assist in securing, deploying, and managing corporate devices to ensure your company data doesn’t get into the wrong hands.

Unified Endpoint Management is a class of software tools that provide a single management interface for mobile, PC and other endpoint devices. It is an evolution of, and replacement for, mobile device management (MDM) and enterprise mobility management (EMM) and client management tools. The majority of Unified Endpoint Management services provide mobile device management, license management, auto-enrollment, inventory tracking, logging, and application updates.

 

Evolution of Unified Endpoint Management

Organizations today face challenges as endpoint devices have grown in number, variety and complexity. Productivity and security needs put pressure on IT leaders to deliver an effective means to manage any type of device from one platform. As a result, security standards and technology have developed to meet the growing needs. Below is a high level overview of key terms and their capabilities.

Mobile Device Management refers to the system that manages mobile devices. This controls device functions such as enforcing passcodes, encryption, basic lock, locate, and wipe of a device.

Enterprise Mobility Management expands MDM controls to include wireless access points. By providing access to corporate resources and data repositories through a “containerized” approach (MCM), EMM allows corporate data to remain separate from personal data, pushing out applications to end users (MAM), and identity management (MIM).

Unified Endpoint Management covers everything from securing and controlling desktop computers, laptops, smartphones and tablets in a connected, cohesive manner from a single console. Unified Endpoint Management typically relies on the mobile device management (MDM) application program interfaces (APIs) in desktop and mobile operating systems.

We can work with you regardless of your UEM Vendor:

    • IBM MaaS 360
    • MobileIron
    • Microsoft Intune
    • WS1
    • Scalefusion
    • 42 Gears
    • Soti
    • Airwatch by VMware

Mobile Solutions UEM supports all Operating Systems:

    • Android
    • iOS
    • Linux
    • MacOS
    • Windows
Mobile Solutions UEM supports all of your endpoints:
    • BYO Devices
    • Desktops/Laptops
    • IoT Devices
    • Kiosks
    • MiFis
    • Mobile and Cloud Apps
    • Mobile Devices
    • Printers
    • Senors and Gateways
    • Tablets
 

The Benefits of a Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) Solution

Automation Inspires Innovation

Automate what you can by utilizing UEM platforms to free up your already over-loaded IT staff, enabling them to focus on tackling issues and leveraging new technologies to drive revenue for your organization.

Peace of Mind

Our philosophy for UEM management utilizes best practices and innovative approaches to keep your data safe, regardless of who is using the device, so your end users don’t need to be security experts to stay in compliance.

Unify End User Experience

UEM provides your employees simple, friction-free enrollments. Advanced application, content and identity management allow you to empower your staff to work on and access corporate resources securely – from virtually any device.

Ease of Onboarding

UEM software enables organizations to push out device requirements, policies, applications and environments, meaning assets go from out-of-the-box to in-use faster and with greater standardization.

Security

UEM also enables organizations to provision corporate security policies such as encryption, multifactor authentication, apps and security credentials remotely and before the asset reaches the hands of any employee.

Improved Visibility

Through centralized IT asset lifecycle management, enterprises have a single source of truth for monitoring inventory, usage, security and potential points of failure. This visibility provides not only opportunities for cost savings, but also the ability to troubleshoot, diagnose and resolve issues remotely.

Prepare for the Future

As IT asset lifecycle management evolves and organizations increase both the volume and scope of assets under management, UEM platforms offer the benefit of automation by addressing the ongoing break/fix, replacement and upgrade needs.

Enterprise Technology Management

When combined with MAX , this can transform Enterprise Technology Management efforts: the creation of a unified environment in which experiences are standardized, managed and optimized across the organization.

 

The Benefits of a Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) Solution

Automation Inspires Innovation

Automate what you can by utilizing UEM platforms to free up your already over-loaded IT staff, enabling them to focus on tackling issues and leveraging new technologies to drive revenue for your organization.

Peace of Mind

Our philosophy for UEM management utilizes best practices and innovative approaches to keep your data safe, regardless of who is using the device, so your end users don’t need to be security experts to stay in compliance.

Unify End User Experience

UEM provides your employees simple, friction-free enrollments. Advanced application, content and identity management allow you to empower your staff to work on and access corporate resources securely – from virtually any device.

Ease of Onboarding

UEM software enables organizations to push out device requirements, policies, applications and environments, meaning assets go from out-of-the-box to in-use faster and with greater standardization.

Security

UEM also enables organizations to provision corporate security policies such as encryption, multifactor authentication, apps and security credentials remotely and before the asset reaches the hands of any employee.

Improved Visibility

Through centralized IT asset lifecycle management, enterprises have a single source of truth for monitoring inventory, usage, security and potential points of failure. This visibility provides not only opportunities for cost savings, but also the ability to troubleshoot, diagnose and resolve issues remotely.

Prepare for the Future

As IT asset lifecycle management evolves and organizations increase both the volume and scope of assets under management, UEM platforms offer the benefit of automation by addressing the ongoing break/fix, replacement and upgrade needs.

Enterprise Technology Management

When combined with MAX , this can transform Enterprise Technology Management efforts: the creation of a unified environment in which experiences are standardized, managed and optimized across the organization.

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See a UEM portal in action and get an inside demo.

Not sure where to start? Our UEM Health Check has you covered. Have your environment analysed by one of our Solution Engineers.