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Unified Endpoint Management

Secure, Monitor, and Manage All Business Endpoints
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What is a Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) Solution?

A UEM solution is used to monitor, manage, and secure an organization’s devices from a single console, regardless of operating system or location.

Overview on UEM Solution

Enterprises once needed to worry only about desktops and laptops as endpoints. Traditional client management tools (CMT) sufficed for automating administration and support functions. The rise of mobile devices as enterprise endpoints brought a new wrinkle to the scene. Mobile device management (MDM) solutions were developed and adopted well after the widespread adoption of CMT tools, and differences between MDM and CMT tools posed challenges for utilizing all endpoints efficiently.

However, starting with the introduction of Windows 10 and iOS 11, IT teams gained the power to manage a range of devices remotely. 42Gears strove to build a unified approach for managing all types of endpoints, apps and content used in a business ecosystem. 42Gears’ unified endpoint management solution empowers IT teams to take a consistent and holistic approach towards endpoint management using a single device. 42Gears UEM fixes ineffective multi-platform dependencies to provide security and control over all business endpoints, both old and new.

42Gears UEM solution can also help enterprises seamlessly migrate from legacy platforms such as Windows 7 to better Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) compliant platforms such as Windows 10. 42Gears UEM solution offers a single platform to manage all endpoints, regardless of type, user or use case. Furthermore, 42Gears’ UEM solution eliminates the problem of disjointed user experiences by ensuring that business processes and apps appear and function the same across all endpoints.

42Gears UEM supports all OS types

  • Android
  • iOS
  • MacOS
  • Windows
  • Linux

42Gears UEM solution also makes it easier for enterprises to seamlessly migrate from legacy platforms such as Windows 7 to better EMM compliant version like Windows 10. It offers a single platform to manage all endpoints, regardless of type, user or use case.

Need for Unified Endpoint Management

A few years ago, IT admins were the lone wolves running to your desk to assist you with simple to complex tasks such as connecting to the company’s endpoints, software installation, software up-gradation, patching, setting up new accounts, deleting old accounts, and more. Along with that, they also had to focus on cyber security risks, which had become the top priority considering the growing sophistication of cyber attackers. However, it’s almost impossible for the IT team to be everywhere at all times. So, one question that kept the IT department awake at night was “how do we manage all these tasks simultaneously from one place?”

42Gears answers this question through its unified endpoint management solution. The UEM platform allows IT teams to control and manage multiple devices easily from one place while evaluating cyber-resilience factors, and ensuring data security.

42Gears UEM caters to all endpoints of a digital workspace

  • BYO devices
  • IoT devices
  • Sensors and Gateways
  • Desktops/Laptops
  • Ruggedized devices
  • Wearables
  • Mobile and cloud apps
  • Kiosks
  • Printers

Benefits of 42Gears Unified Endpoint Management solution 

Remove endpoint complexity
Remove Endpoint Complexity

Fully-integrated support for multi-device architecture, each with unique security settings, services and configurations.

Improve user productivity
Improved User Productivity

Employees get to focus on the tasks they have to perform rather than how to access them.

Improved it security
Improved IT Security

A common set of processes for ensuring continuous security compliance across all supported devices and platforms.

Improved DLP

Protect sensitive user, device, application and network data with DLP policies through multi-layer user authentication and advanced access control.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) and why is it important?

Unified Endpoint Management empowers IT admins to secure, monitor, and manage devices from a single console. A robust feature-rich UEM solution, like SureMDM, supports devices of all major operating systems, such as Android, Windows, iOS, macOS, Linux, VR, IoT, Wear OS, ChromeOS, and Apple TV.

How does UEM improve endpoint security?

UEM solutions improve endpoint security by enabling IT admins to configure various security policies, such as password policies, device restrictions, peripheral controls, etc., and deploy the latest security patches to safeguard devices from cyber attacks. IT admins can also remotely wipe sensitive data from stolen devices, enforce strong password policies, and configure screen lock timeouts. Additionally, UEM, with built-in MTD capabilities, can protect devices from application threats and phishing attacks.

What devices can be managed with Unified Endpoint Management?

UEM solutions can secure, monitor, and manage a wide range of devices like mobile devices, desktops, laptops, tablets, wearables, and peripherals.

What are the key features of a UEM solution?

The features of a UEM solution depend on the UEM provider. SureMDM offers key features like device management, security and compliance, content and application management, endpoint security capabilities, analytics and reporting, remote support, and troubleshooting.

What are the benefits of using a Unified Endpoint Management solution?

By leveraging a UEM solution, like SureMDM, businesses can streamline operations and improve efficiency, ensure device security and compliance, boost employee productivity, enhance user experience, and achieve significant cost savings.

What is the difference between MDM and UEM?

Mobile Device Management (MDM) primarily involves the management of mobile devices and tablets. By leveraging an MDM solution, IT admins can enroll mobile devices and tablets, configure devices, apply security policies, deploy permitted applications, and remotely wipe misplaced or lost devices. Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) involves the management of all endpoints in an organization, and encompasses MDM functionalities as well. Endpoints include mobile devices, tablets, desktops, laptops, peripherals, wearables, etc. A feature-rich, robust UEM solution, like SureMDM, offers all MDM functionalities, along with patch management, content, and application management for all types of devices and endpoints.

42Gears UEM allows IT to adopt rapid, automated and on-demand capabilities such as virtual assistant for EMM. It eliminates the problem of disjointed user experience by ensuring that business processes and apps appear and function the same, irrespective on which endpoint the end users access them.