No one can say for sure what the future workplace holds, but it's a safe bet that quite a few people will continue to work from home at least part of the time, while working at the corporate office or other company-owned facilities. This hybrid work model appeals to both employees and employers as it provides flexibility and can even reduce costs in office supplies, real estate, utilities and other areas.

This type of environment also presents challenges. For example, comment peuvent-elles organizations protect les appareils des employés, provide a secure access to aux réseaux et aux données, et guarantee une utilization appropriée des applications sur les appareils et dans le cloud, lors que les employés peuvent desplacer d'endroit the other ?

One way to make managing hybrid work environments easier is to incorporate technologies like unified endpoint management. UEM platforms provide a central interface to manage each and every device used within an organization. UEM can help companies manage mobile devices, laptops, desktops, printers, wearables, and Internet of Things (IoT) devices through a single management console.

"The accelerated adoption of remote and hybrid work has increased pressure on end-user IT teams to rapidly incorporate new technologies, progress patch levels and increase compliance," said Tom Cipolla, Senior Analyst, Infrastructure and digital workplace operations, at research firm Gartner. . . “UEM tools increase the ability of these teams to respond to this pressure by bringing each and every device operation together on a single platform.”

Without a UEM approach, multiple teams are required to regulate activities with their unique definitions of success, resulting in missed patches across the company, slow software deployments, and inconsistent device management practices, Cipolla explains.

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