Jamf Blog
February 4, 2021 by Kathryn Joy

Why unified endpoint management falls short, and how to overcome its flaws

The how is with Apple Enterprise Management, but our new e-book explains the “why” in-depth.

In the wake of the IDC report last week and Jamf’s vision for the new decade, we’ve been sharing a lot about how Jamf is driving our industry into a new realm with Apple-dedicated solutions for connecting users to data and devices, managing all your devices together in one platform, and endpoint protection and security designed for Apple.

But it’s important that the “why” doesn’t get lost in the details. Don’t take our word for it, it’s time to retire the notion of one unified endpoint management (UEM) tool for all your devices, across different operating systems or device types, and embrace the solution that is built for the functionality and needs of the devices and operating systems you’re employing in your organization or enterprise.

In the e-book, we break down what UEM aims to do, what its flaws are, and why implementing a dedicated Apple Enterprise Management solution is the best experience for end users, IT and InfoSec teams, security compliance and efficiency.

Download the e-book today to dive into the “why” behind the shortcomings of UEM.

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Kathryn is a Content Strategy Specialist at Jamf, focused on Apple Enterprise Management, partner solutions and integrations, and sharing customer success stories. An art historian by education, Kathryn has a penchant for architecture, travel and meeting other people's pets.
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