Unified Endpoint Management (UEM)
Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) is a centralized approach to managing and securing all endpoints, including mobile devices, laptops, desktops, servers, and Internet of Things (IoT) devices, in an organization. UEM solutions provide a single platform for managing and securing all endpoints, regardless of the device type or operating system.
UEM solutions typically include a range of features such as device enrollment, inventory management, mobile device management (MDM), mobile application management (MAM), and security management. These features help organizations to secure and manage all endpoints, regardless of the device type or operating system.
One of the key benefits of UEM is that it helps organizations to streamline their endpoint management processes. By centralizing endpoint management, organizations can reduce the time and resources required to manage and secure endpoints. UEM also helps organizations to ensure compliance with security policies and regulations.
Another benefit of UEM is that it allows organizations to manage and secure endpoints remotely. This is particularly useful for organizations with a mobile workforce, as it allows IT teams to manage and secure endpoints even when employees are working remotely.
UEM solutions are also designed to be flexible and customizable, allowing organizations to tailor the solution to their specific needs. For example, organizations can set different security policies for different groups of users or devices, based on their role or location.
In summary, Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) is a centralized approach to managing and securing all types of endpoints in an organization, including mobile devices, laptops, desktops, servers, and IoT devices. UEM solutions provide a single platform for managing and securing all endpoints, and can help organizations to streamline endpoint management processes, ensure compliance with security policies, and manage and secure endpoints remotely.
For each scenario and with every feature, Codeproof’s UEM platform focuses on three principles.
Our primary design focus is to make device and application management easier. Starting with an enrollment to device commissions, the entire life cycle of the device is easily managed from the central cloud-based console. This includes central configuration of applications and their distribution to all enrolled devices.
Protecting confidential business data is one of our customers’ priorities. When we add any new product feature to Codeproof platform, our primary task is to ensure data leakage prevention (DLP) for all mobile endpoints.
Privacy and compliance
At Codeproof, our mission is to empower businesses to achieve their highest potential. We make it a priority to help keep our customers and partners compliant with state, federal, and international rules, regulations, and laws. This includes some of the most critical regulations that our customers must adhere to, like GDPR, HIPAA, and the ELD mandate.