Citrix: Leap Toward Unified Endpoint Management with XenMobile 10.7
It’s official. UEM has passed EMM as a common way of describing device management with the delivery of secure apps and data to endpoint devices. I’ve got proof.
Above is a Google Trends report comparing searches on UEM (in red) to EMM (in blue). Why the shift? In my opinion it has everything to do with workstyle preference, particularly BYOD. No longer do we have a set of devices for work and a separate set of devices to be used when we’re off the clock. As a result, the definition of a BYOD program has expanded beyond mobile devices to include laptops. Going one step further, it’s natural to want a single system to manage all device types regardless of whether they’re BYOD or corporate issued. EMM doesn’t cover what I just described but UEM does.
With each new XenMobile release we’re adding more security policies and controls for a wider range of device types including Windows 10 and macOS. This is critical and necessary as we endeavor to deliver a comprehensive and secure digital workspace.
We are pleased to announce the availability of XenMobile 10.7. XenMobile 10.7 will include server components as well as XenMobile apps and the MDX Toolkit.
Read the entire article here, Leap Toward Unified Endpoint Management with XenMobile 10.7
via the fine folks at Citrix Systems, Inc.