For IT and security leaders, the ability to manage devices, apps and content are critical to end-user productivity and the protection of corporate information. There are two popular methods for doing this across smartphones, tablets, laptops and...
The traditional Windows device management solutions that IT admins have used for years are evolving into unified endpoint management solutions to fit the needs of today's security landscape.
Apple's new Device Enrollment Platform (DEP) enables the technology giant to carve out a larger presence in the enterprise space and makes managing Apple devices easier than ever.
Mobile threat prevention enables organizations to proactively protect their devices, users, apps and data from malicious actors.
IBM announced that new partner apps are available on the IBM Security App Exchange to help organizations add value to their unified endpoint management capabilities.
Speed still outpaces mobile device security, but a recent report found that the quest for quick access puts network safety at risk.
Modern organizations need a UEM solution that harnesses the power of cognitive technology to deliver enhanced data security, maximize user productivity and increase operational efficiency.
Android device management doesn't need to be difficult, as long as security leaders consider the privacy needs of the organization, IT department and user population before rolling out a UEM solution.
IBM MaaS360 and TeamViewer are bringing their customers the first official iOS screen-sharing solution for unified endpoint management (UEM).
For the third straight time, IBM was recognized as a leader in "The Forrester Wave: Enterprise Mobility Management, Q4 2017" for its MaaS360 offering.