Unified Endpoint Management in the cloud

How UEM will help you be competitive in the long term

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Within the next few years, the majority of enterprises will have a significant number of employees access corporate systems from at least 3-5 different endpoints, making it challenging to have uniformly consistent management, security, and user profile capability.

One way companies can manage this is through cloud-based Unified Endpoint Management, which encompasses enhanced services for all devices, and includes the ability to uniformly set policies and offer enterprise access, no matter which types of devices are being used by the employee at that particular time.

This report analyses why moving to a holistic UEM approach for enterprises is necessary to remain competitive in the long term. It examines the cost trade-offs of deploying a UEM solution in an internal data centre, compared to implementing a cloud-based SaaS solution.

Download it now to learn why UEM is critical to the success of your company.

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