What is Unified Endpoint Management (UEM)?
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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