Today’s mobile workforce comes with an extremely complex and ever-increasing number of devices including PCs, laptops, mobile, IoT devices, and thin clients. Adding to the complexity, the increased frequency of Windows 10 updates makes managing laptops and desktops with traditional client management tools difficult.
Instead, today’s customers need more modern management of laptops and desktops. Unified endpoint management (UEM) combines client management with Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) to provide a single pane of glass to manage endpoints, users, apps and data.
UEM unifies your Windows desktop team and your mobility team, providing greater efficiency, improved security and cost savings. It allows you to manage one set of policies across all devices and apps. In addition, UEM delivers a better user experience. You can personalize management policies based on a number of factors such as an employee’s role, device, network, location, day and time. As a result, employees are able to easily access their apps in a consistent, secure manner which increases both efficiency and productivity.
Even if you are not attending Mobile World Congress, you can still learn more about UEM:
- Read more about Citrix Unified Endpoint Management here.
- Matt Brooks and Jeroen J.V Lebon and their upcoming blog series. Together, they will explore the benefits of UEM features and implementation to help you reduce cost, increase security and improve the end user experience.
- Explore how you can simplify workspace administration with unified endpoint management here.