UEM is the New MDM: The Market Has Changed

July 19, 2018 from 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT

Heading into the next decade, IT & Security leaders are actively rethinking their mobile security strategies to account for all types of endpoints. According to Forrester, by 2020*:

  • 96{30bfbf8d9f2833f0337133e196b4dc87825dfb7d33a3602d05ee876ecd6f1178} will   increase   the amount of endpoint data collected
  • 54{30bfbf8d9f2833f0337133e196b4dc87825dfb7d33a3602d05ee876ecd6f1178} will have unified endpoint management (UEM) in place
  • 80{30bfbf8d9f2833f0337133e196b4dc87825dfb7d33a3602d05ee876ecd6f1178} will implement AI to make informed decisions about their endpoints

MDM and EMM tools that have traditionally been used to manage and secure iPhones, iPads, and Androids in a corporate context cannot satisfy modern-day requirements, such as:

  • All-encompassing support for mobile devices alongside PCs, Macs, and IoT
  • MDM API & client management to support Windows 10 deployments
  • Identity and access management (IAM) for single sign-on (SSO) to enterprise apps

Join us to find out why UEM is the new MDM – and why forward-thinking IT teams are already using UEM as their solution for the future.

* “Mobile Vision 2020,” a commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of IBM, March 2017

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John Harrington Jr

Portfolio Marketing, IBM MaaS360

Chuck Brown

UEM Offering Manager, IBM MaaS360