Mobile device usage is booming across enterprises, but most employees still depend on desktops and laptops for work. Tasked with managing both traditional endpoints and mobile devices, many enterprises are making the switch from traditional endpoint management to unified endpoint management (UEM). We believe, sensing this trend, Gartner has released a new report on UEM. ManageEngine is honored to be recognized in Gartner's first ever Magic Quadrant for Unified Endpoint Management Tools.
We've been steadily improving our UEM tool, Desktop Central, and are proud to say that as of today, over 6,500 customers actively use Desktop Central for their endpoint security and management needs. We believe, this latest recognition from Gartner validates our mission to empower organizations of all sizes with the world’s best unified endpoint management solution.
With a wide customer base—including names like IBM, Dell EMC, PWC, AT&T, Bridgestone, Xerox, Honeywell, Wells Fargo, AccuWeather, Charter Communications, Pinterest, and Disney Channel—Desktop Central is trusted by businesses of all sizes and verticals.
"Finally, device management made easy! This is a must buy product!"- Senior systems administrator working in government
"Easy rollout for a wonderful tool"- Infrastructure systems engineer in the retail industry
"A fantastic tool for managing your IT services"- Service desk project engineer in the retail industry
"Great product, very impressive feature set and very impressive performance."- CIO in the finance industry
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Gartner Magic Quadrant for Unified Endpoint Management Tools, Chris Silva, Rich Doheny, Bryan Taylor, Rob Smith and Manjunath Bhat, 23 July 2018.
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