IDC identifies ManageEngine as a Major Player in the EMM industry
  • IDC identifies ManageEngine as a Major Player in the EMM industry

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The enterprise mobility management (EMM) market is on the cusp of a major evolution. With BYOD policies picking up steam, enterprises are increasingly looking for a unified endpoint management (UEM) model that will provide them with a single software platform for controlling a wide range of enterprise devices. International Data Corporation (IDC) just released their latest Worldwide EMM Software Vendor Assessment to help make choosing an EMM or UEM solution a little easier.

According to the EMM report, some of the key features of a mobile device management solution are:

  • Device provisioning and management configuration settings
  • Inventory/asset management
  • Software distribution (e.g. applications, OSs, and firmware updates)
  • Remote wipe/lock and remote control for system diagnostics
  • Policy/compliance management (i.e. encryption management, device posture, etc.)
  • Authentication and certificate management
  • Real-time device monitoring, location information, and GPS tracking
  • Reporting and analytics on devices

Both reports evaluated Zoho Corp., ManageEngine's parent company, specifically highlighting its EMM solutions, Desktop Central and Mobile Device Manager Plus. ManageEngine was identified as a Major Player in the EMM landscape because it offers all the necessary device management functions identified by IDC. These include device tracking, management, and configuration, as well as security and application policy implementation for desktops, laptops, mobile devices, and tablets.