Are you facing endpoint management challenges in your organization? A lot of IT administrators are struggling with the proliferation of IT devices. Employees not only use company-owned computers and laptops to do their work but also smartphones, tablets and other devices. Many organizations have implemented bring-your-own device (BYOD) programs. The internet of things (IoT) is also changing the way we work in amazing ways.
All of these device options have made our work lives more flexible and productive, which is fantastic. However, we’re also seeing a lot more cybercrime. For every endpoint in your environment, someone is likely out there developing malware or ransomware that can be used to gain access to your network.
On top of day-to-day management and ensuring that your company’s data and resources are secure, you’re also likely facing increasing compliance regulations and working long hours just to keep your head above water. This is true for all sectors, so no one is immune to the problem.
What if you could streamline your complex endpoint management tasks, while gaining visibility and control of your network? What if you could ensure that you’re meeting compliance regulations, without worrying about over- or under-purchasing software licenses? What if you could perform both of these tasks, while increasing staff productivity and reducing human error?
Quest offers a proactive, unified approach to endpoint security and management to help increase system uptime — and peace of mind.
The Quest unified endpoint management (UEM) solution combines KACE Systems Management Appliance (SMA), KACE Systems Deployment Appliance (SDA) and KACE Mobile Device Management (MDM) to enable you to easily deploy and manage all your endpoints across multiple platforms, including mobile devices, from a single solution.
Not only does it help you reduce IT complexity and safeguard your network, but you can start to reclaim some time for more innovative tasks.
Want to learn more about unified endpoint management? Read our solution brief.