Ivanti Unified Endpoint Manager Announced
July 12, 2018
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Ivanti announced Ivanti Unified Endpoint Manager, a new solution which integrates the features of Ivanti Endpoint Manager, powered by Landesk, with Ivanti Environment Manager Policy, powered by AppSense.

The new solution delivers the co-management of diverse endpoints from a common console while improving user experience and enabling IT to control every aspect of user devices at a highly granular, contextual level.

“Today’s users expect more from their computing experience. Snappy logons and an optimized desktop that follows me onto every device are expected in the modern workplace,” said Jon Rolls, VP, User Workspace Management Products at Ivanti. “Ivanti Unified Endpoint Manager meets these user demands while simplifying the co-management of different device types. Managing a mixed enterprise of Windows, Mac, iOS, Android and Linux devices can be performed easily, from a single console with deep visibility and control.”

Ivanti Unified Endpoint Manager unifies the management of endpoint devices with a common workflow and management view. Featuring comprehensive features for device discovery, inventory and configuration management, OS provisioning, software distribution and PC and Mac remote control, Unified Endpoint Manager also includes the ability to perform user-centric, contextual control of Windows desktops. As a result, organizations are better able to:

- Accelerate migration to Windows 10, including the migration of users’ personal settings and files.

- Speed logon time so users can get to work faster.

- Eliminate hundreds or thousands of Group Policies and replace them with advanced, multi-threaded policies that dynamically configure the desktop based on user context.

- Perform dual management of endpoints, including the ability to support both traditional agent and mobile device management (MDM) capabilities on the same device.

- Improve Mac user productivity through a self-service portal that will be familiar to all Mac users.

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