IBM has introduced new cognitive capabilities to its "MaaS360 with Watson" UEM solution that help businesses improve how they define and manage policies, thereby helping businesses strengthen security and optimize the user experiences being delivered.
- Unified endpoint management (UEM) is a practice and set of technologies growing in popularity. UEM capabilities enable businesses to manage a broad estate of apps and devices that run a variety of different operating systems via a single unified console and set of policies.
Features and Benefits
- Learn why UEM solutions and services are important in enabling and securing the modern workforce.
- Learn more about IBM's approach to unified endpoint management.
Key questions answered
- What is unified endpoint management?
- What is IBM's approach to unified endpoint management?
Table of contents
Interest in UEM capabilities is growing
Improving security is a key objective of any UEM effort
Evolving policy management with IBM MaaS360 and Watson