Business mobility is critical to the success of your company. More and more of your workers depend on mobile devices and apps to do their jobs. But the scale and complexity of your mobility deployment is making security and management more challenging than ever. A challenge that is only going to increase as the Internet of Things (IoT) takes off. How do you get the right devices into the hands of the right workers and keep them up and running at peak efficiency? How do you simplify app development and deployment while integrating with critical backend systems?
The era of desktop computing has ended. In its place, mobile technology and IoT devices are taking over, streamlining business operations. Companies need solutions that support their mobility strategy now more than ever – they need the SOTI ONE Platform.
The SOTI ONE Platform intuitively integrates all your Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) needs into one unique, easy-to-use platform. It will help reduce the cost, complexity and downtime related to business-critical mobility. Comprised of seven unique and revolutionary components, the SOTI ONE Platform removes functional silos to create a single platform that helps to eliminate downtime, build apps faster and manage all mobile and IoT devices in one place.
The most noteworthy (and obvious) benefit of UEM solutions is right in the name; the solutions unify endpoint management tools and mobility management solutions into one single-pane software. Not only does this reduce costs for IT managers by reducing the amount of tools necessary to manage device, it also simplifies device management and security operations.
UEM solutions give users the ability to manage security across all devices, rather than managing security of mobile devices and desktops separately. At an organization with hundreds of workers or more, each employee would also have two or three devices, which is overwhelming for the IT department to oversee. However, when using UEM, all of those devices across different systems are managed under one security protocol. This is a way to maintain consistency across devices, as well as reduce the overall amount of maintenance your IT team has to perform
Security threats can attack any endpoint in an enterprise’s infrastructure, and you need a security solution that can monitor every single business device for threats and alert your IT team to the problem. Many UEM tools come equipped with security threat monitoring, allowing you to sweep every endpoint in your infrastructure for security breaches and malware. If your UEM software has mitigation capabilities, then the system can also apply remedial solutions to a threat when it discovers it. This way, the UEM tool can potentially stop a threat from causing further harm or reverse its effects
As the Internet of Things becomes more prevalent in the business world, managing mission-critical devices becomes much more difficult. IoT devices can encompass a wide spectrum of device types; depending on how those devices are configured, it can be hard to manage them all without implementing several different tools. UEM tools seek to make this management process easier by supporting multiple IoT configurations to ensure that every IoT device is operating correctly