ABC’s of UEM – Introduction
I’d like to introduce myself before I get into what UEM is and why YOU need to implement Ivanti’s Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) to enable your Everywhere Workplace. My name is Dave Fiske, I’ve been in the EUC (End User Computing) space for more than 20 years as an engineer, architect and most recently as a sales engineer. You can also find me on Twitter (@metafiske) and LinkedIn. Technology is a passion of mine as I have 90 devices discovered on my home network right now (according to Ivanti UEM) and not everything is turned on or in here right now . More to come on how this is possible in this blog series. Outside of technology, I love coaching my kids in their youth sports.
Now back to UEM…as computing evolves, and people and businesses establish the “next normal” I predict that UEM will become even more relevant than analysts predicted prior to the pandemic. If you are new to the UEM term this blog series is for you. If you are a UEM veteran, I will have some good nuggets of information for you to take in and improve your knowledge and skills. This blog series will walk through the “ABC’s” of UEM covering both industry terms as well as Ivanti specific terminology and some info you can use to help your leadership team understand the value of Ivanti and how we are more relevant than ever before.
When you deploy the right Unified Endpoint Management solution, you should expect it to do the following:
- Simplify and secure enterprise mobile devices alongside your users’ laptops and desktops
- Apply policies, personalization, and actions quickly across all devices that help safeguard both your work and personal data
- Provide assets or services to users via self-service or targeted distribution
- Provide detailed reporting to IT and company leadership
- Leverage the intelligence of the system to determine which users and devices get what deployed or made available to them/it
No one else can do this like Ivanti because others don’t unify the management of all systems users leverage—Windows (physical and virtual), macOS, Linux, ChromeOS, iOS, iPadOS, and Android. We even help you manage IoT edge devices like Apple TV, Raspberry Pi and still more with devices like Halolens2.