IT assets are very important for an organization to grow rapidly in today’s competitive environment. Managing and dealing with these assets are now more challenging with the ever-expanding numbers of endpoints, such as laptops, desktops, tablets, and smartphones.
Microsoft has now combined traditional client management and mobile device management in a single platform called Unified Endpoint Management. Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) is the ideal approach to secure your office and traveling devices from a central location. It is a digital workspace that can help your IT Team to unify & manage all endpoints through a single control panel. UEM results in efficient device management and more productive end-users.
UEM covers Windows 10 devices, Apple MAC, Windows Servers, and has integration with third-party Linux AV/AM platforms. Integration with Intune and Cloud App Security ensures the protection of corporate identities and data via risk-based assessment and controls.
If you’re still relying on multiple platforms to supervise endpoints, it’s time for a change. Netwoven has helped many organizations accelerate their digital transformation journey by deploying Unified Endpoint Management.
Achieve the ability to manage every device on your infrastructure from a single location
Improved Device Security
UEM solutions give users the ability to manage security across all devices
Monitoring and Mitigation
Equipped with security threat monitoring, allowing you to sweep every endpoint for security breaches
High Degree of Flexibility
Enabling employees to access their data and applications from everywhere, and on every end device securely.
Microsoft enabled single point device management system enhances company productivity.
As per Gartner, nearly 60% of organizations that have mobile device management (MDM) solutions in place are looking for a more versatile, up-to-date, and a packaged provider towards a more secure environment.
AirWatch is undoubtedly one of the pioneers of the MDM market through MDM and MAM functionality across platforms. Recently, Microsoft Intune is offering newer capabilities in the field. Intune is a single solution that supports both PC and mobile device management across most operating systems in a single platform. It can also be used in a co-management scenario if SCCM is being used to manage policies on-prem.
Windows Autopilot provides setup and pre-configuration services for new Windows devices so they are ready to be used right out of the box.
Windows Autopilot simplifies the Windows device lifecycle, for both IT and end-users, from initial deployment to end of life. Using cloud-based services, Windows Autopilot: