About this whitepaper
Unified endpoint management, or UEM, is a practice aimed at securing, controlling, and managing an entire IT environment and all of its endpoints, usually by securing and controlling all devices such as desktop computers, laptop computers, tablets, smartphones, and Internet of Things (IoT) devices, in a cohesive, connected manner through use of a single console, as well as all of those devices’ user accounts, applications, programs, content, and data.
Unified endpoint management is an approach enabling IT teams to integrate the large and diverse number of devices that businesses deal with into existing business operations, secure them from cyber threats and manage them so that will display a standardized and productive user experience.
Some of the benefits of unified endpoint management are the ability to monitor and secure remote devices, enable automation of some projects and increase efficiency, lowering operational costs, increasing employee productivity, and providing a consistent and optimized user experience across all devices.
Who should download
IT executives and their businesses stand to benefit from the adoption of unified endpoint management if they have not adopted it already. This whitepaper is essential reading for anyone who wants to keep their business up-to-date on with the prevailing trends and major players on the market for unified endpoint management.
Why you should download
This Radicati Market Quadrant identifies many of the major vendors in the market for unified endpoint management, such as the current market leaders, vendors providing advanced technology, new players in the industry, established vendors with stable customer bases, and mature vendors whose growth and innovation has slowed down.
It explains how unified endpoint management solutions bring together different systems such as mobile device management (MDM), security of mobile devices. It also explains how Radicati evaluates vendors on the criteria of functionality, support for many different operating systems, app containerization, and integration with PC management tools.