UEM and IOT: The Sum is Greater Than its Parts

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Although PCs were once the computing device of choice in the workplace, today’s organizations leverage a seemingly endless array of traditional computing, mobile, and IoT devices. The proliferation of nontraditional devices has broken long used inventory and asset management systems, which are ill equipped to deal with devices other than PCs. This is especially problematic given that these non-traditional devices introduce new security risks, while also complicating an organization’s compliance initiatives

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a broad term referring to a huge variety of network enabled devices that take readings through an analog sensor, and transmit those readings over the network. IoT devices have become widely used as a way of monitoring HVAC equipment, medical devices, and security cameras. IoT devices are used in factories and in agriculture. In spite of the tremendous benefits that these devices provide, there are also disadvantages associated with their use.

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