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UEM stands for Unified Endpoint Management. Gartner defines Unified Endpoint Management tools to be capable of combining the management of multiple endpoint types in a single console.
UEM encompasses Mobile Device Management, Enterprise Mobility Management along with traditional client management capabilities hence managing a variety of endpoints such as smartphones, desktops, smart TVs and so on.
By adopting a UEM solution for your enterprise, you can manage, distribute and secure the corporate resources on every device connected to the enterprise network. By using Identity Access Management (IAM) features, UEM ensures that only the right personnel gain access to take privileged actions. Similarly, UEMs are outfitted with Mobile Content Management features to make sure that the right content is distributed to the right people.
If the device is lost or stolen, you can track its location, view its status and, in the worst-case scenario, wipe the device. Data Security features such as encryption ensure that the information in the device remains secure. You can also configure and monitor the device remotely, which eliminates any need for onsite maintenance or troubleshooting. By pre-configuring and deploying the devices in bulk, the end user need not set up the device manually. All this, in turn, reduces the time and effort spent on IT administration, hence, increasing workforce efficiency.