A Guide to Endpoint Management Features and Functions
Endpoint management solutions can track inventory, deploy new apps and patches, monitor and manage devices, and more. Here’s what to look for in your next endpoint management solution and how the top five point management products compare. When an organization grows, so does its asset footprint. The task of managing IT assets becomes much more challenging as business expands beyond a couple of servers, workstations, and network devices — otherwise known as endpoints. What once only required simple IT management — putting PC names, printers, network subnets, antivirus definition dates, and installed applications into a few spreadsheets — soon becomes overwhelming. What the IT department needs is a solution that automatically tracks all of its endpoints, from procurement to retirement. Enter the suite of endpoint management products.
Whether you’re choosing your first endpoint management solution or switching to a new product, it’s vital to properly understand what these products can do for your organization.
In this article we guide you through the maze of features and functions offered by endpoint management products, and discuss what they can do for your business. Finally, we help you decide whether an endpoint management solution is right for your business.
Endpoint Management Is an Umbrella Solution
Endpoint management solutions can include well over 10 distinct feature sets. Typical features include automatic software and hardware inventory tracking, patch management, mobile device management (MDM), complete operating system and software application deployments, antivirus client management, and even workstation and server console remote control options. With so many features covered under the endpoint management umbrella, it might be overwhelming to choose the right solution…
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