Pave the Road to Unified Endpoint Management
From PCs to smartphones and beyond, managing all devices with a single pane of glass is ahead.
- Desktop and mobile device management teams use separate tools and different processes.
- People at all levels of IT are involved in device management.
- Vendors are pushing unified endpoint management (UEM) products, and teams struggling with device management are hoping that UEM is their savior.
- The number and variety of devices will only increase with the continued advance of mobility and emergence of the Internet of Things (IoT).
- Many problems can be solved by fixing roles, responsibilities, and process.Standardize so you can optimize.
- UEM is not a silver bullet. Your current solution can image computers in less than 4 hours if you use lean images.
- Done with, not done to. Getting input from the business will improve adoption, avoid frustration, and save everyone time.
Impact and Result
- Define the benefits that you want to achieve and optimize based on those benefits.
- Take an evolutionary, rather than revolutionary, approach to merging end-user support teams. Process and tool unity comes first.
- Define the roles and responsibilities involved in end-user device management, and create a training plan to ensure everyone can execute their responsibilities.
- Stop using device management practices from the era of Windows XP. Create a plan for lean images and app packages.
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