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A Smarter Approach to Enable Endpoints, End Users and Everything in Between

A Smarter Approach to Enable Endpoints, End Users and Everything in Between

Today’s enterprises need to be able to support a large variety of end-user devices such as laptops, tablets, smartphones and hybrid devices however, the situation can often become complicated as these devices can all run on different versions of a variety of platforms. Standardising devices might seem like the simplest solution but failing to accommodate employee preferences can have a negative impact on productivity. This paper looks at the evolution of mobile device management solutions and how IBM MaaS360 with Watson can provide you with a smarter approach to cognitive unified endpoint management.

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