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What is Microsoft Endpoint Manager?
In this article, I am going to Talk about the evolution of endpoint management, the challenges organizations face, and the benefits of Microsoft’s endpoint manager solution.
Common Problems Organizations Face With Endpoint Management
As discussed, throughout the evolution of the UEM products, organizations may have deployed multiple products to manage their systems. The most common is deploying MECM (Previously SCCM, Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager) to manage fully on-prem systems and deploying what was once a MDM or EMM product such as AirWatch or Intune to manage their mobile platforms. This creates a situation where more management portals must be used by IT admins to secure their full environment.
How Can Endpoint Manager Help?
Endpoint Manager is an ever-evolving product that changes what it can bring feature wise on a monthly or even weekly basis. Our job here at EITS is to stay ahead of this product and always ensure we give organizations the most accurate and up to date information as possible. If this is an area your organization struggles with or has questions on, I ask that you reach out to us through our website (https://eits.com) so we can help you make an informed decision for your organization.