It all starts with endpoint management because the most successful breaches begin at the endpoint.
With new critical threats emerging all the time it is imperative when assessing the digital workspace that device management is not overlooked. We know it is important for users to be able to access the tools they use on a daily basis from anywhere and from any device but it’s crucial that these devices are securely managed. This is done via unified endpoint management, a key part of the digital workspace to ensure that you maintain visibility and stay in control.
We’ll show you how Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) will allow you, using a single management interface, to manage the full lifecycle of any type of endpoint i.e. mobile (iOS, Android), desktop (windows 10, MacOS, Linux, ChromeOS).
In addition to security UEM can enable the organisation to use the following:
Endpoint analytics – to provide insights for measuring how your organisation is working
Application delivery and SSO – to provide your users with a catalog of applications to choose from and enable Single Sign On (SSO) for access
Data and App protection – protect against modern security threats by enabling device compliance and conditional access policies.
It’s crucial that devices are securely managed.