Exploring a strategy that ensures security and productivity for the mobile enterprise
Ten years ago, tools such as Microsoft SCCM and LANDESK were the enterprise choice for managing distributed Windows systems. In today’s era of mobility, BYOD and the Internet of Things (IoT), client management tools (CMT) must evolve to suit modern digital workplaces. This report shows you how.
Discover how the future digital workspace lies in Unified Endpoint Management, combining CMT with Enterprise Mobility Management. This gives IT leaders a single pane to manage and secure devices and operating systems.
Choosing the right Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) approach
EMM has the potential to manage and secure more than one billion Windows 10 devices over the next few years. Explore why IT leaders have to decide whether a partial or total transition from separate CMT and EMM platforms to a single UEM tool such as Citrix XenMobile makes sense.
What’s to be gained from Unified Endpoint Management
Get up to speed on the key drivers that will underpin any strategy, from consistency and containerisation, to security and usability.
The critical enterprise management features that IT needs across devices
Gain insight into how to push down and enforce policies and settings, enable self-enrollment of new devices, manage corporate provisioned apps separately from user installed apps, enforce and deploy updates, and prevent access to dangerous websites, all without having to touch the device connecting to the enterprise LAN.
Enabling transformational mobility
Discover how to provide access to secure apps, other mobile apps (either commercial third-party or enterprise-developed), Web and SaaS services, and Windows desktops and applications based on Active Directory group policies.