The sudden shift to remote work caught many companies unprepared, forcing rapid implementation of ad-hoc solutions to meet end users' immediate needs. While this was necessary to maintain business continuity, companies now face myriad personal and company-issued endpoint devices and applications with no consistent end-user experience and no way to efficiently and securely manage them.
It's critical for companies to begin optimizing their endpoint environment as remote work becomes the new standard. The first step is developing an intentional plan that supports efficient endpoint management, end-user productivity, strengthened security, and long-term company growth. WWT recommends VMware Workspace ONE, a unified endpoint management (UEM) solution, for achieving this future vision.
As VMware's top partner and a strategic advisor for transforming the digital workspace, our experts have perfected an employee-centered approach for seamlessly implementing and optimizing Workspace ONE. Leveraging our Advanced Technology Center (ATC), our experts can provide hands-on demonstrations and proofs of concept to ensure Workspace ONE is the right fit for your organization.
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As organizations deliver greater flexibility to employees by offering more device options, it's imperative to consolidate siloed endpoint management tools by implementing a unified endpoint management (UEM) platform. UEM can deliver many benefits to IT teams, including increased visibility, improved endpoint security, up-to-date compliance, reduced costs and decreased time spent managing devices.