Intel Endpoint Management Assistant Integrates with Ivanti Neurons Platform
July 23, 2020
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Ivanti and Intel announced a new strategic partnership to offer Device-as-a-Service (DaaS) with self-healing capabilities for the next generation workforce.

As a result of the alliance, Intel Endpoint Management Assistant (Intel EMA) now integrates with the Ivanti Neurons hyper-automation platform, that enables IT organizations to self-heal and self-secure with Intel vPro platform-based devices both inside and outside the corporate firewall.

“Together, Ivanti and Intel are delivering unparalleled endpoint management for devices using the Intel vPro platform for on-premises and cloud-based endpoint remote management – integrated with hyper-automation bots on the Ivanti Neurons Platform,” said Nayaki Nayyar, EVP and CPO, Ivanti. “As remote becomes the next normal, auto-healing, securing and servicing endpoints and edge devices becomes a key priority for organizations. With Ivanti Neurons, organizations supporting Intel vPro platform-powered devices can gain a 360-degree view of users, devices, and applications and auto-remediate performance, security, configuration issues.”

“By partnering with Ivanti, Intel continues to expand our industry-leading technologies that support our joint customers to manage a remote workforce and edge devices. Using the Intel vPro platform will provide in band and out of band endpoint management via the cloud. The Ivanti DaaS solution, along with the built for business Intel vPro platform is perfect for driving customer value for the next generation workforce. Together we are providing unparalleled technologies, performance and enhanced security for DaaS,” said Stephanie Hallford, Intel VP of the Client Computing Group andGM of Business Client Platforms.

Ivanti Neurons transforms the way IT gets work done. Powered with hyper-automation capabilities, it delivers Ivanti Neurons for Discovery, Ivanti Neurons for Edge Intelligence, Ivanti Neurons for Healing and Ivanti Neurons Workspace. Ivanti Neurons empowers organizations to self-heal, self-secure and self-service from the cloud to the edge with efficiency, accuracy, speed and out-of-the-box automation content for unprecedented IT productivity.

With the integration of Intel Endpoint Management Assistant, Ivanti Neurons provides enhanced remote management for on-premise and cloud-based endpoints. Ivanti Neurons can take remote actions on Intel vPro platform-based devices such as powering-on a device, restarting a device, setting wakeup times, and controlling a system even during OS failure, and repairing devices at scale.

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