Thursday, August 14, 2014

Live Demo: Why can’t we be friends? PC + Mobile: Unified Endpoint Management

Monday, August 25, 2014 10:00 am Eastern (One hour.)

If your organization is like most, you have a vibrant mix of devices connecting to your corporate network. And that probably means that you have a number of dedicated point solutions and resources to manage those endpoints and associated data, apps, and access. Now consider that by 2015, 40% of the workforce will be mobile yet fewer than 50% of all companies have a mobile strategy. Whether we like it or not, we live in a BYOD world. The upside: The huge increase in end-user productivity. The downside: The huge increase in security risk.

How much risk is too much? A recent IBM Global Study on IT risk found that a ‘minor event’ cost over $50,000/minute based on the initial intensive “response, diagnose, and fix” costs and that’s for the security events which are found. On average, a data breach goes undetected for about 8 months – that’s a whole light of financial risk not to mention the potential for damaged reputations.

Many organizations are thinking about how to securely manage all endpoints in an integrated manner but IBM is delivering it today. IBM is the only company that is a leader in both the Client Management Tools and Endpoint Mobility Management markets and now we have brought these two solutions together to give you an industry leading Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) solution.

Unified Endpoint Management allows you to securely manage the diversity of endpoints – from mobile devices to servers - both on and off your corporate network, so you can find and fix problems in minutes, thereby reducing your security exposure and giving you real-time visibility into the status of your endpoints.

Join Unified Endpoint Management experts as they walk you through our solution that provides:
  • Consolidated view of all endpoints (smartphones, laptops, desktops, servers, etc)
  • Ability to drive security actions on mobile devices (lock, wipe, locate, etc)
  • Consolidated asset reporting capabilities

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