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Prioritise Security In Your Hybrid Work Model

According to a study by McKinsey, before the COVID-19 pandemic, 99% of executives expected their workforce to be on-site more than four days a week. Now most are planning to have employees on-site between one and four days each week.

Topics: Security Remote Working UEM

The Evolution of Enterprise Mobility


Enterprise Mobility has come such a long way in a short time. It doesn’t seem that long ago since employees were delighted with their Nokia work phones that allowed them to be contactable on the go. There were no capabilities for remote working and mobile devices were not regarded as essential productivity tools or the foundation on which business continuity would prevail.

Topics: Management Lifecycle UEM

Use UEM for Enhanced Enterprise Mobility Management

Until the recent past, endpoint management was neatly partitioned with different solutions for different needs. On one side you had PC lifecycle management requirements – and on the other enterprise mobility management (EMM) and mobile application management (MAM) capabilities.

Topics: Management Lifecycle UEM

Adopting UEM to create better mobile experiences for employees

In the world of enterprise mobility, there are acronyms aplenty. As we mentioned in an earlier post on the evolving needs of enterprise mobility, MDM, EMM, and MTM are but the tip of the iceberg. What we didn’t talk about in that story is the growing trend to UEM.

Topics: Security Management Intelligence Connectivity UEM

How to resolve complex enterprise mobility management challenges

By 2025, IDC research predicts approximately 80 billion devices will be connected to the Internet. While I’m sure this comes as no surprise to anyone involved in enterprise mobility, the growing number of mobile devices, models, platforms and operating system versions is making this job harder to manage and creates ever more complex enterprise mobility management challenges.

Topics: Security Lifecycle UEM