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Peer Lessons Learned: Implementing Unified Endpoint Management Tools

Published: 10 April 2019

ID: G00390116

Analyst(s): Peer Contributors


UEM tools allow management of PCs, mobile devices, and endpoints like IoT. To support modern OSs, I&O leaders must invest in switching to UEM solutions from traditional CMTs. They can leverage lessons learned from their peers to implement UEM tools successfully.

Table Of Contents


Peer Lessons Learned

  • Lesson 1: Analyze Why You Need a UEM Tool
  • Lesson 2: Mind Map the Features and Functionalities You Need
  • Lesson 3: Dedicate Time Upfront for Planning, Vetting and Testing Your Approach
  • Lesson 4: Ensure Smooth Transition From the Legacy System
  • Lesson 5: Training and Learning Is Key for Managing the Change to the New System
  • Methodology

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