Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) is the most recent development of device management categories. It aims to gives IT administrators the ability to remotely control and manage company-owned endpoints from a single platform, ensuring that they are protected or comply with security frameworks. An “endpoint” is basically any device that connects to a network and runs web-based applications, such as a laptop, server, or phone. 

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