Businesses are finding managing devices such as desktop PCs, tablets, and smartphones an increasingly complicated and laborious process. On the one hand, employees need – and indeed expect – rapid and straightforward access to key business data and applications. On the other hand, there is ever increasing need to meet strict data protection requirements, protect these devices from third-party attacks, and prevent users from making operating errors or limit the effects of such errors. Due to the rising number of security risks and the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), this is crucial for businesses, as cyberattacks, loss of data, or breaching the regulations can have a substantial financial impact.
Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) is the ideal solution to this problem. By using UEM, you can manage and protect all end devices, including apps and content, throughout their entire life cycle – from registration to deactivation – via a central platform. Your employees will have controlled access to relevant data and applications, making mobile working a reality while maintaining the highest security standards and with a manageable workload for your IT department. This in turn leads to huge gains in productivity and agility and benefits employees, the IT department, and the company as a whole.
We can offer you a wide range of services around your UEM: from implementation and system change to optimized administration of the solution.
If you haven’t used UEM before, we can help you with the implementation process.
If you want to switch from another UEM software to MobileIron, Microsoft Intune, VMware Workspace ONE, BlackBerry® UEM or IBM MaaS360 with WatsonTM, or from an on-premise solution to a cloud solution, the EBF Onboarder will enable you to do this quickly and easily.
If you want to allow a number of administrators to manage the MobileIron platform, you can use EBF Delegated Admin.
Unified Endpoint Management is the logical progression from Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM), which was solely concerned with managing mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. Unified Endpoint Management goes one step further and includes all devices – from PCs to individual mobile devices. This approach is becoming increasingly important for companies.
Get in touch if you’d like to know more about unified endpoint management solutions or other digital workplace solutions. We will be delighted to advise you and put together a package tailored to your specific needs.