Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) Solutions

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NinjaOne

NinjaOne (formerly NinjaRMM) is a security-oriented remote monitoring and management platform. It allows for manual customization as well as scripting and automation.

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Atera

Atera has harnessed AI to power their Remote Monitoring and Management (RMM), Helpdesk, Ticketing, and automations platform—streamlining organizational IT management at scale with the proprietary Action AI™ solution. Atera's IT Copilot augments existing tech capabilities with AI…

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Automox

Automox is an endpoint management solution from the company of the same name in Boulder. Cloud-based and globally available, Automox enforces OS & third-party patch management, security configurations, and custom scripting across Windows, Mac, and Linux from a single console. With…

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ManageEngine Endpoint Central

Desktop Central from ManageEngine is a client desktop management with patching, remote control, and configuration.

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IBM Security MaaS360

IBM Security MaaS360 is a mobile security offering developed by Fiberlink, acquired and owned by IBM since early 2014.

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GoTo Resolve

GoTo Resolve is an all-in-one IT management and support software built for today's small-to-medium-sized businesses. It helps IT professionals streamline their help desk by bringing together the tools they need to engage, identify problems, and fix issues faster—all in one place.…

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Atera

Atera has harnessed AI to power their Remote Monitoring and Management (RMM), Helpdesk, Ticketing, and automations platform—streamlining organizational IT management at scale with the proprietary Action AI™ solution. Atera's IT Copilot augments existing tech capabilities with AI…

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Automox

Automox is an endpoint management solution from the company of the same name in Boulder. Cloud-based and globally available, Automox enforces OS & third-party patch management, security configurations, and custom scripting across Windows, Mac, and Linux from a single console. With…

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ConnectWise Automate

ConnectWise Automate, formerly LabTech, is a remote monitoring and management (RMM) platform. It provides powerful automation to discover and manage devices, monitor for problems, and scripts repetitive action.

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Microsoft Intune

Microsoft Intune (formerly Microsoft Endpoint Manager), combining the capabilities of the former Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager, SCCM or ConfigMgr, is presented as a unified endpoint management option. Microsoft Intune is an endpoint management solution for mobile…

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IBM Security MaaS360

IBM Security MaaS360 is a mobile security offering developed by Fiberlink, acquired and owned by IBM since early 2014.

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ManageEngine Endpoint Central

Desktop Central from ManageEngine is a client desktop management with patching, remote control, and configuration.

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NinjaOne

NinjaOne (formerly NinjaRMM) is a security-oriented remote monitoring and management platform. It allows for manual customization as well as scripting and automation.

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Ivanti Endpoint Manager

Ivanti Unified Endpoint Manager (formerly LANDesk Management Suite) supports enterprises with mobile security and device management (UEM), featuring remote control and problem resolution, monitoring and alerting, inventory discovery, license management, and more.

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N-able N-sight RMM

SolarWinds Remote Monitoring & Management (RMM) is a cloud-based system monitoring offering for Managed Service Providers. It provides a full monitoring and management suite, including automation and threat detection capabilities, and can integrate with other SolarWinds products.

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Workspace ONE Unified Endpoint Management (UEM)

VMware acquired Airwatch in 2014. Workspace ONE is a Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) solution and is available in Standard, Advanced, Enterprise, and Advanced for VDI editions.

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Hexnode UEM

Hexnode is a Unified Endpoint Management solution from Mitsogo Inc. that aims to simplify the way people work with the help of intelligent tools. The management platform streamlines the device lifecycle model to offer its support at every stage, from device onboarding to the end…

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KACE Systems Management Appliance (SMA)

Quest now offers the KACE Systems Management Appliance (SMA) as an IT Asset tracking and management appliance (also available as a virtual deployment if hardware requirements are met). Beyond discovery, inventory tracking and license management, KACE emphasizes automating software…

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Citrix Endpoint Management

Citrix Endpoint Management (formerly XenMobile), is a UEM and enterprise mobility management application for securing mobile applications and devices.

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Action1

Action1 supports patch management with a scalable platform configurable in 5 minutes. It integrates real-time vulnerability assessment and automated remediation for third-party software and OS, peer-to-peer patch distribution, and IT ecosystem integrations, to ensure continuous patch…

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SOTI MobiControl

SOTI in Mississauga offers MobiControl, the company's enterprise mobile device management application which can be used to track physical mobile assets as well as their applications and provide data privacy and security.

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HCL BigFix

BigFix, now supported by HCL Technologies since the acquisition of BigFix from IBM in 2018, is an endpoint management solution providing endpoint visibility and IT asset discovery, automated endpoint patching (BigFix Lifecycle and BigFix Patch) policy enforcement (BigFix Compliance)…

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BlackBerry UEM

BlackBerry UEM (formerly from Good Technology) offers a complete enterprise mobility management solution, including capabilities for mobile device management, mobile application management, mobile content management, identity access management and mobile security and containerization.…

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Miradore

Miradore is a cloud-based Mobile Device Management platform that was acquired by GoTo in 2022. Miradore is designed to provide a smarter way to securely manage both company-owned and personal Android, iOS, macOS, and Windows devices. Miradore supports users in staying up to date…

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Microsoft Enterprise Mobility + Security

Microsoft Enterprise Mobility + Security is a suite of applications supporting mobile device and application security, MDM, as well as conditional or privileged access with multi-factor authentication, and advanced security reporting. Products in the suite includes Microsoft Intune…

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Avast CloudCare

Avast's CloudCare was a cloud-based security platform for IT professionals used to monitor threats and deliver layered security services to multiple offices, networks, and devices. The product is reaching EOL and is no longer sold. Avast now offers the Avast Business Hub in its place.…

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Tanium

Tanium, headquartered in Emeryville, provides two solution packages: Unified Endpoint Management and Unified Endpoint Security. The vendor states this approach reduces complexity, improves efficiency and closes the gaps between operations and security. Tanium can also be delivered…

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Scalefusion

Scalefusion is a Mobile Device & Endpoint Management software helping businesses globally to secure and manage their device fleet. Scalefusion simplifies management of diverse fleet of Android, iOS, macOS and Windows 10 devices. The platform extends support to various deployment…

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Absolute Visibility

Absolute Visibility is an adaptive endpoint security solution. It provides users with a persistent connection to all of their endpoints and the data they contain. The vendor says, by maintaining a two-way connection with each device, users have the insight they need to assess risk…

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Sophos Mobile

Sophos Mobile is a unified endpoint management option providing mobile data protection and security against mobile malware.

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What are Unified Endpoint Management Solutions?

Unified endpoint management (UEM) solutions are software that helps businesses manage and control internet-enabled devices from a single interface.

Many businesses use a large number of internet-enabled devices, ranging from desktop computers to barcode scanners. Each of these endpoints must be discovered by the business network, maintained with software updates and security applications, and retired from the network at end-of-life. As a business adds endpoints to their network, the time required to manage them increases. The number of endpoints has proliferated massively with the growth of IoT applications and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies.

UEM software aims to help businesses streamline the management of their endpoints. Vendors of UEM software offer a single application or platform from which all of a business’s devices can be secured and managed. Administrators can use UEM software to push updates, applications, and security policies to connected devices. Most UEM software also has the capability to remotely secure or wipe a lost or stolen device to protect sensitive information. This is most significant when securing personal devices used for business and for remotely managing IoT devices that are not usually managed or interacted with in-person.

Many UEM software products allow employees to add their own mobile devices to the platform, enabling secure Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies. This allows employees to securely access business applications and information without needing a company-issued device. The centralized device configuration and setup processes also speed up employee onboarding and allow IT departments to more directly configure devices for business application integration.

UEM Software Features & Capabilities

Most UEM software solutions include the following features:

  • Management of all business endpoints from a single platform
  • Remote manual or automatic pushing of updates and applications to multiple devices
  • Configuration and updates for on-device security policies
  • Configurable per-app VPN to secure business apps
  • Onboarding of employee-owned devices
  • Remote wiping of lost or stolen devices
  • Information collection to track device usage
  • Threat detection and mitigation
  • API framework for custom applications

UEM vs. MDM

Unified endpoint management and mobile device management (MDM) overlap in many goals and capabilities, but have different intended scopes. Mobile device management focuses exclusively on mobile devices, the largest use case being smartphones that run on iOS and Android. This technology became a necessity as smartphones became ubiquitous in the late 2000’s.

UEM is much more comprehensive than MDM in terms of devices it covers. Unified endpoint management software is designed to encompass all endpoints. This includes mobile devices, but also desktops, IoT devices, laptops, and specialized devices used in the field for certain industries. Unified endpoint management tends to cover far more devices and be much more customizable and configurable than traditional MDM platforms, although they both espouse many of the same objectives.

UEM Software Comparison

When comparing different unified endpoint management software, consider these factors:

  • Security vs. Broader Device Management: Many UEM products have grown out of a cybersecurity background, leading to a common emphasis on securing endpoints. However, some products offer more robust capabilities for managing patches, updates, and configurations to improve productivity, performance, and other quality of life changes to endpoints. Consider whether the desired scope for a UEM product is primarily or purely security, or if broader management functions would also be beneficial, especially if many endpoints are company-owned.
  • IoT Support: How well does each platform support IoT devices? The range of potential IoT devices is enormous, so buyers should look for use-case specific demos or examples from vendors to ensure that each product fits their specific IoT needs, if they have any.
  • Integrations: How well does each UEM product integrate with the rest of the organization’s security tech stack? Consider any preexisting endpoint security, firewall, monitoring, or SIEM platforms that the organization uses.

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Pricing Information

Pricing for UEM software varies based on the number of users or the number of devices to be managed. Most vendors use a tiered monthly subscription pricing model. Many vendors also offer free trials.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What does UEM software do?

UEM software centralizes the management, security, and control of the endpoints used within an organization, including BYOD.

What’s the difference between unified endpoint management and mobile device management (MDM)?

Mobile device management only focuses on mobile devices, such as smartphones. UEM is designed to manage all types of endpoints, including mobile devices.

What are the benefits of UEM software?

UEM software provides efficiency for IT departments managing a sprawling endpoint environment, and can enable BYOD policies that are increasingly the default expectation for employees.

Who uses UEM software?

UEM software is used by organizations with a high volume of varied endpoints, including those that leverage IoT devices and offer BYOD policies for employees.

How is UEM software priced?

Unified endpoint management software is usually priced by the number of users or devices being managed on a monthly or annual basis.