As purpose-built devices become increasingly common, the challenges associated with their unique management and security needs are becoming clear.
What are purpose-built devices? Most fall under the category of rugged IoT devices typically used outside of an office environment and which often run on a different operating system than typical office devices. Examples include ruggedized tablets and smartphones, handheld scanners and kiosks.
Many different industries are utilizing purpose-built devices, including travel and transportation, retail, warehouse and distribution, manufacturing (including automotive) and healthcare. These devices, often running on Android Open Source Project (AOSP) and non-GMS (non-Google Mobile Services) platforms, are tailored to specific tasks and environments and can enhance productivity and streamline operations. However, managing and supporting these devices can pose a unique set of difficulties.
For the enterprise, investing in applications to manage these devices may seem like the only viable option. However, with the rapid advancements in Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) solutions, organizations can effectively manage and protect purpose-built devices without purchasing a separate, specialized app.
How can a modern UEM app seamlessly integrate and support purpose-built devices across various industries?
The power of a modern UEM app: Key benefits
A UEM solution is a comprehensive platform designed to manage and secure all types of devices. This includes smartphones, tablets, laptops and IoT devices, regardless of their operating system. UEM apps have evolved to support purpose-built devices and can be managed and protected just as efficiently as traditional devices.
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