What if your business expands globally? According to Markets and Markets, the increasing use of traditional and non-traditional mobile devices at workplaces and demand for increased security are expected to drive the global market. The global unified endpoint management market size is estimated to grow from $624.9 million in 2015 to $3.73 billion by 2020.Read More
Is your business growing through mergers and acquisitions, or do you have plans to? Unified endpoint management has big business value and provides a solid foundation for successfully handling a merger or acquisition. As Mimecast writes, “success relies on aligning people, cultures, processes and infrastructure — to create a single, unified organization.” When it comes to mergers and acquisitions, organizations already have their hands full with various pitfalls that are time-consuming and could even be a drain on resources in order to remedy the issues. With UEM, you won’t have to worry about the IT hardware and software during the transition.Read More
As your organization scales, it will need to manage a variety of devices for your growing number of employees — including all the data attached to them as well as the data that has yet to be created. This is a challenge for any business. Unified endpoint management eases that burden, as it offers greater control and oversight of devices and the ability to streamline policies across desktops, laptops, smartphones, tablets, and now, even wearables.Read More
The potential for your business with unified endpoint management (UEM) is endless. So how does that trickle down to the employee? UEM offers easy access, high efficiency, and a sense of control to employees so they are more empowered in their work.Read More
A unified endpoint management system streamlines devices with one server and one interface, saving your organization money and your IT team time.
It’s common for a company to have disparate systems to manage mobile devices, desktops, laptops, tablets, and other technology on various operating systems. Users expect a similar experience when accessing apps and data across devices, so ultimately, this demand puts a strain on IT providers as they use multiple disconnected tools to manage and control the devices.Read More
Senior IT leaders identified the biggest tech talent gaps in big data, analytics, and information management, according to a 2016 Gartner survey. Moreover, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that turnover of IT staff has risen industry wide every year since 2012. There are simply more jobs than qualified people, and companies are at war with one another to find and retain team members.Read More
Demand for IT talent is at an all-time high. IT is an organizational core requirement, and the growth of new products and solutions will continue to demand the best IT talent. According to Sci-Tech Today, "hiring the best talent and creating a diverse workforce is a top priority for businesses — and is arguably one of their biggest challenges." Why? Because employee turnover is costly and time-consuming. It hinders business growth.Read More
Evaluate your organizational structure and align your IT team and others around your values and needs. By doing so, you’ll strengthen your business and position it for future success. A few questions you should ask yourself during an evaluation or your organization's internal IT capacity: Do your team's skills align with projects? How many resources does each project demand? How valuable are the projects?Read More
Are you embracing digital transformation?
How prepared are you for industry 4.0?
How can your products be better? And how might customer service better meet client needs? What can you do to simultaneously satisfy your stakeholders and ensure your company is sustainable? Do you see opportunities for automation? IT solutions can help solve real business problems for the future.Read More