This informative guide addresses how offloading some or all your daily device monitoring and security can increase uptime and decrease IT spend.
The modern end-user computing environment is significantly different from what IT has experienced in the past. Employees are no longer tied to cubicles, instead increasingly working in remote locations or on the go. Device proliferation has become standard because of a constant hand-off of work tasks between mobile and desktop computing devices; as a result, the average employee uses more than one device to complete their work—and that number is likely to grow.
This is forcing IT teams to manage and secure many different operating systems, apps, associated system APIs, and cloud services. But a multi-OS end-user computing environment cannot be effectively managed with siloed management and reporting that can lead to increased complexities and costs, security lapses, and a poor end-user experience.