Thanks to the coronavirus, this moderate multiyear increase in remote work was eclipsed in a matter of weeks by the urgent need for quarantined employees to work from home—putting a serious strain on businesses not equipped for that volume of remote work.
To help, IBM offers a unified endpoint management platform that offers any company security, productivity, and support to manage the influx of newly-connected devices on their network.
Even before the crisis, this out-of-box experience has served companies in important fields like government and healthcare—Independent Health uses MaaS360 to protect the personal health information for 400,000 patients.
That value comes from MaaS360’s consolidated tools, lowered total cost of ownership and seamless transition between platforms—a recently commissioned impact study showed that MaaS360 customers captured a 160 percent return on investment.
Besides management, the platform secures and contains data, keeping apps and content separate with native identity management allowing control over what users can access, making removal and revocation easy.
The list of productivity and security features goes on: MaaS360 allows you to bring security to employee-owned devices, protects against malware, and offers enterprise mobility management to separate personal and corporate data.
Managing all of those mobile workers will be an adjustment, but it shouldn’t be the thing that stands in the way of your productivity; using our platform to manage the disruption Covid-19 brought to your business is a first step in returning to something like normalcy.