The dawn of the mobile era put information-focused businesses on a crash course with complexity.
Leaving straightforward implementation of in-office desktop computers behind, enterprises must now support an increasingly diverse fleet of mobile devices, including those owned and physically controlled by employees.
First-generation Mobile Device Management applications imposed uniform, rules-based administration on this often chaotic landscape. Now, the limitations of conventional MDM are clear. Forward-looking enterprises are transitioning to a Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) strategy.
Does Your Enterprise Need Unified Endpoint Management?
The shift toward remote work has accelerated the demand for robust, secure, and scalable UEM.
However, even if your enterprise will maintain a traditional office footprint and personnel strategy, UEM can help you reduce vulnerability of sensitive data, curb human error, and improve overall technology performance. A proactive approach turns this “future necessity” into a current competitive advantage.
Is Unified Endpoint Management right for you?
You should explore UEM if any of these apply:
1. Are You Increasing the Number of Devices and Workers?
Each device adds significant overhead to your network operations. Likewise, resource consumption per new employee is exponential, not incremental. Personnel may use different smartphones, tablets, or laptops for work purposes at different times, and all must be secured.
2. Are You Implementing More Remote or Flexible Work?
Devices that spend all or most time away from your premises represent substantial risk. Your UEM solution must incorporate the ability to ensure all newly provisioned endpoints meet your security criteria. Likewise, any device reported lost or stolen must have its credentials revoked immediately.
3. Are Your Software License Costs Growing?
Until recently, the absence of comprehensive UEM solutions left a gap in information technology infrastructure. CIOs have worked to develop ad-hoc device management solutions by building their own stack of applications from various vendors. Unfortunately, this multiplies the licensing fees paid for each individual device.
With best-in-class technologies and unparalleled insight on Unified Endpoint Management, INFRASI helps our clients capture UEM’s benefits quickly while elevating innovation and efficiency. To find out more, contact us.
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