This IDC study describes the IDC MaturityScape stages for unified endpoint management (UEM) deployment and adoption in the enterprise. Its goal is to help organizations assess their current stage of UEM readiness and deployment compared with industry peers and better understand all aspects and factors involved in converging disparate device management technologies, teams, and processes into a unified entity.
"Every enterprise has a different vision and goal for unified endpoint management, and most see UEM as a desired future state for endpoint device management," says Phil Hochmuth, program vice president, Enterprise Mobility and Client Endpoint Management, IDC. "Instead of regarding UEM as a mundane eventuality — an inevitable convergence of management tools and teams — businesses should embrace UEM as an opportunity for intelligent workspace transformation, geared toward end-user productivity, empowerment, and improved business efficiency."
Application delivery, Endpoint security, Enterprise IT transformation, Enterprise mobility, Enterprise, next-gen security, Identity and access management, Information protection and control, Mobile security, Security and vulnerability management, System and network management software, Technology buyer
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