Is your IT department scrambling to manage desktops and mobile devices separately? Most of my clients are having this issue.
But I know something you don’t know, and now I’m sharing it with you: it’s not just about Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) anymore.
You already know that technology is constantly changing. Well, so is EMM. EMM is now evolving into unified end-point management, forever changing the way organizations handle their technology.
When we look at how technology is evolving and changing for businesses, we’re looking at long-term solutions. These aren’t quick fixes, they’re real solutions changing the way you do business for the better.
Unified end-point management (UEM) is simply a connected, cohesive approach to securing and controlling laptops, smartphones, tablets, and desktops from a single console.
What does unified end-point management have that EMM doesn’t? Desktops. EMM is more focused on mobile devices and wireless networks, meaning that you need separate management devices for desktops.
Not anymore with UEM.
UEM was able to develop because the new Windows 10 allowed us to secure operating systems on Windows desktop. When Windows 10 came out, Microsoft included mobile device management APIs in Windows 10. Those APIs allow you to control and secure the operating systems for Windows 10 devices.
Picture life without this. I know you can, because it’s what you’re probably dealing with now. You’re managing all of your mobile devices from one console. You go to another console to monitor and manage desktops. You’re doing extra legwork. Often your IT staff will be more Windows-background oriented and not so much familiar with the different mobile operating systems. Now, if you have one single platform an individual versed in both mobile and Windows can manage all of the devices from one console.
So let’s simplify.
Save your IT department time, money, and headaches. Create critical efficiencies in your business by streamlining devices for users and both managing and supporting devices from a single console.
To learn more about how unified end-point management can help your business thrive, contact Dan here.