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ManageEngine recognized as a Strong Performer for UEM tools

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ManageEngine has been named a Strong Performer in The Forrester Wave: Unified Endpoint Management (UEM), Q4 2021 by Forrester Research.

The award is based on a review of Desktop Central, ManageEngine’s flagship UEM software. The assessment is based on 24 criteria, all related to present offers, strategy, and market presence.

“The endpoint management space has evolved from client management to enterprise mobility management, to UEM and now to endpoint security integrated with UEM. Over the years, we have developed all these capabilities in-house to meet market requirements at every stage. This organic approach allows us to provide a unified agent for all necessary workflows and added capabilities at no additional integrations or setup,” said Mathivanan Venkatachalam, vice president of ManageEngine, in response to the recognition.

The report praised ManageEngine for its cost-effectiveness and broad customer base in terms of location, industry, and size. Its one-of-a-kind OS deployer was credited with providing quick photography regardless of hardware. In addition to performance and planned advancements, the organization achieved the highest possible score in traditional client management, patching, and remote support.

The company’s planned advancements, according to the report, include expanding endpoint user experience management capabilities, adding automation management, and improving its Zero Trust portfolio.

ManageEngine plans to give proactive IT administration using its telemetry engine as the foundation, allowing IT professionals to pinpoint problems and instantly enable single-click remedy for common issues.

ManageEngine has announced new improvements to its UEM portfolio, including data loss prevention, anti-ransomware, and endpoint compliance tools, as part of its efforts to improve endpoint security. These timely enhancements will enable IT, teams, to future-proof their cybersecurity strategy, with hybrid work here to stay and firms reporting a 485 percent increase in ransomware attacks following the epidemic.


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