Put Your Enterprise Architecture On Cruise Control

Today’s enterprise infrastructure looks different than it did even 10 years ago. Along with the increasing number of desktops and laptops, networks now have to include any numbers of tablets, phones, and other mobile devices. Managing such a varied mix of endpoints becomes even more time consuming when you consider the rapid pace of patches and updates, the rampant growth of cybersecurity threats, and the increased pressure to prove compliance.

Wouldn’t it be great if you could put this all on “cruise control”?

Unified endpoint management (UEM) is an approach to securing, standardizing, updating, and controlling all of your endpoint devices in a single, cohesive manner. The ideal Unified Endpoint Management solution should allow you to:

Cruise Control
  • Provide and test secure updates

  • Manage patch acquisition and deployment (i.e., patch management)

  • Help create, manage, and easily access logs

  • Provide for mobile device management

  • Simplify remote work scenarios

  • Allow enterprise-wide management through a single dashboard

  • Help provide (and prove) a compliant IT infrastructure

  • Reduce the number of help desk tickets related to broken patches and updates

  • Keep your end-users happy and productive

  • Do all of the above with better oversight and less manpower

1. Download Our UEM Survey eBook

Check out our Unified Endpoint Management cross-industry benchmark survey, including key performance indicators.

Let us put your infrastructure on cruise control! Secure, compliant, automated.

2. Download Our Patch Management Strategy Guide

Over 20 pages of workstation and server patching tips and best practices.

3. Start Unified Endpoint Management with Model

When it comes to Unified Endpoint Management, few can beat Microsoft’s own solutions. Microsoft is recognized by IDC, Forrester, and Gartner as a leader in Unified Endpoint Management.

Gartner IDC UEM Quadrant
IDC UEM Assessment

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