What is Unified Endpoint Management?
UEM is an approach to controlling and securing virtually all types of endpoints. It enables endpoint provisioning, detection, monitoring, deployment, troubleshooting and updating.
The “U” in UEM refers to the “unification” of multiple endpoints and a standardized management process to govern them using a single console. Laptops, desktop computers, tablets, smartphones and other devices, such as mobile computers used in retail businesses are examples of unified endpoints. UEM is also a technology solution that simplifies mobile device management from a single “pane of glass.”