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Unified endpoint management is an approach to managing and securing all types of endpoints including desktops, laptops, smartphones, tablets, and IoT devices, from a single console. Especially as remote work becomes more commonplace, managing the growing number of endpoints in an organization is a vital business function. UEM solutions typically include capabilities such as device inventory, configuration management, software distribution, patch management, security and compliance management, reporting, and analytics.
While UEM and MDM share some similarities, they differ in scope. MDM is primarily focused on managing and securing mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets, and the applications and data on those devices. MAM on the other hand, is concerned with managing and securing the applications and data on mobile devices, regardless of whether they are company-owned or employee-owned. UEM goes beyond MDM and MAM by encompassing all types of endpoints and providing a unified approach to managing and securing them.
There are several benefits to implementing a UEM strategy in an organization, including:
A comprehensive UEM solution set can help your organization manage a wide range of devices, including:
UEM tools ensure security and compliance for corporate data on employee-owned devices through a range of capabilities, such as:
ZENworks unified endpoint management solutions provide comprehensive capabilities across all types of devices and operating systems. It includes features such as device inventory, configuration management, patch management, software distribution, security and compliance management, and reporting and analytics. It also offers advanced capabilities such as full disk encryption, containerization, and identity and access management integration, to ensure security and compliance for corporate data on employee-owned devices.
UEM solutions can manage a wide range of devices, including laptops, desktops, mobile phones, tablets, and Internet of Things (IoT) devices. They can also manage devices running on different operating systems, such as Windows, MacOS, iOS, and Android. This flexibility allows organizations to manage a diverse set of devices and ensure consistent security and compliance policies across their entire endpoint environment.
UEM tools can help manage security threats by providing real-time monitoring and alerting for security events. They can also help enforce security policies and compliance requirements, reducing the risk of security breaches and data loss.