What is unified endpoint management ? UEM in Simple Words

What is unified endpoint management ? UEM in Simple Words

In the world of software development, we hear every day about new technology focusing on the user experience and how to manage your business efficiently and effectively. 

And one of the recent trends in the management systems is UEM, Unified Endpoint Management. What it’s exactly and how to make use of its capabilities. 

Unified endpoint management

UEM refers to Unified Endpoint Management, a series of technologies and tools used to monitor, secure, and operate a number of employees’ devices and manage their operating systems from one single panel. 

UEM has evolved to become the next level in managing enterprise mobility solutions. This process includes a set of operations for securing and identifying access devices from mobiles, desktops, and any other endpoints from one console. 

This endpoint management is a comprehensive technology to other applications of mobility software like enterprise mobility management (EMM) technologies — mobile device management (MDM) and mobile application management (MAM).

But what makes this solution outstanding is that it links altogether. It’s your window to see what it’s going on inside; your UEM system seems a point for all points. 

Actually, UEM embolizes the standard evaluation of MDM and MAM with sophisticated features. Firstly, UEM comes as a different aspect of EMM that enables the user to take advantage of his configuration management tools (CMT) to operate PCs and laptops on a corporate system.

By UEM platform, you will get end-to-end operating system support to have a comprehensive insight into all actions and interactions happening through your network, including a mobile (Android, iOS) and desktop (Windows 10, macOS, ChromeOS, and Linux)

So What is the difference between UEM and any other management system? Here is the thing: UEM emerges as a service more than just software. This service combines cloud solutions, operating system updates, and the ability to manage from anywhere without connecting to the company’s network.

The design of UEM comes through being a one-integrated solution to companies whether its size to see all state of endpoints. It seems promising for all levels but let’s explore why you should consider investing in such a thing.

  • Turn to hybrid or full-time work from home without having any worries: Many countries worldwide have come up with a new business model of allowing employees to work no matter where. Now, we are hearing about a hybrid workplace that includes full-time and from-home workers. Other companies are hiring overseas employees, and all the team works virtually. But how does it even work? Is that a real job or a real company? Yes, it’s. Platforms like UEM make it easier for everyone by adopting pane of glass way of management. Employers can see through it all connected devices from a single tool.
  • Enhance the security of all remote devices: Having a low level of protection could cause a lot of problems, especially when sharing data and access points with other remote devices. UEM will guarantee compliance across its entire workforce, reduce security gaps, and discover potential threats targeting your enterprise data.
  • Cut unnecessary expenses: Undoubtedly, UEM is a money-saver. It provides a one-centralized platform for managing a wide range of devices and removing all hassle and costs consumed by other separate apps.

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