Employees are increasingly looking for the flexibility to use their smartphone of choice for work as well as their other devices when working from home. When done securely, this can reduce costs and boost morale.
While BYOD, COPE and COBO is not a traditional delivery model in an OT environment, we are seeing some customers that are allowing this type of connectivity for remote access. Furthermore if you apply these concepts to the OT/Enterprise boundary for enterprise allowed access it all makes sense!
76% off enterprise IT decision makers say having consistent management and security across all endpoints is important. The Internet of Things has the potential to improve business outcomes, but also introduces unprecedented safety and privacy risks. Manage your diverse and growing set of devices from a single console with BlackBerry UEM.
Worldwide shipments for enterprise and industrial wearables are expected to increase from 2.3 million in 2015 to 66.4 million units annually by 2021.
It’s essential to choose a UEM solution with comprehensive tools and policies for secure management of Smart Glasses and other devices.
BlackBerry UEM provides an integrated view of users, devices, apps and policies, across multiple ownership models and platforms, including iOS, Android, Windows 10, macOS, and Chrome OS.
Scalable up to 25,000 devices per server and 150,000 devices per domain, BlackBerry UEM can be deployed on-premise or in the cloud.
Reduce server hardware requirements, eliminate redundant software licensing and support contracts and reallocate IT staff resources for lower TCO.
BlackBerry Protect uses the power of artificial intelligence to block malware infections, prevent URL phishing attacks and provide application integrity checking. It’s built directly into BlackBerry UEM so you can be assured that all the mobile endpoints BlackBerry UEM manages are protected from zero-day threats.
BlackBerry UEM offers unprecedented control from a single console, across all devices and custom and third-party apps.