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Endpoint Security: Helping to realize the benefits of SASE

Endpoint security is at the forefront of digital transformation due to the very nature of needing to protect devices outside the company’s network perimeter. This started with traditional devices such as laptops and desktops. Endpoint security then quickly expanded to include mobile security, for smartphones and tablets. And, as more data moved to the cloud endpoint security came to include servers and containers, both inside and outside of the network perimeter.

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What is unified endpoint management? UEM explained

The business world is undergoing its most dramatic shift yet with the adoption of digital assets and workforce decentralization representing a huge business opportunity. These changes have led to added endpoints, or devices connecting to the network, and is enabling this transformation. But managing the volumes of these diverse endpoints and geographic locations has grown in complexity.

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Protecting remote endpoints

Although businesses have been tasked with addressing a number of remote assets associated with off-site resources such as a sales force that’s often mobile, the number of remote endpoints has grown exponentially. The laptops and mobile devices needed to facilitate working from home full-time for a large percentage of their workers given recent global events has exploded.

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What is mobile device management? MDM explained

Not too long ago, the desktop computer was the primary computing device for enterprise employees. With the rise of mobile endpoints like smartphones, laptops and tablets, employees are connecting to corporate networks from a wide variety of places and devices. Today, especially with the popularity of the WFH (work from home) model, managing the multitude of mobile devices is more complicated than ever before. The statistics tell a sobering tale.