Expanding your telecommuter workforce can have a major impact on IT architecture, security, and company processes. Progent has two decades of background assisting businesses of all sizes to design, deploy, manage, optimize, and troubleshoot IT networks that support work-from-home employees. Progent can assist your Denver company to pick the appropriate tools and follow leading practices in creating and maintaining a safe virtual ecosystem for telecommuters that promotes collaboration and delivers maximum value. Progent can provide services that go from as-needed guidance for helping you past challenging IT bottlenecks to full project management or co-management to help you successfully complete mission-critical tasks.

Progent can help Denver, Colorado companies to succeed with any aspect of building a high-performing work-at-home environment by providing network infrastructure design and configuration services, VoIP PBX troubleshooting, video conferencing integration, collaboration platform customization and training, public cloud integration, helpdesk services, data security, backup/restore solutions, and unified management.

Unified Management for Telecommuters
Microsoft has renamed and reshuffled its endpoint management products under the name Endpoint Manager, which encompasses Intune for cloud-based management of remote devices and Configuration Manager for managing local computers. Endpoint Manager offers a unified platform for protecting corporate information by controlling onsite, mobile, and at-home endpoints.

Intune
Intune is part of Microsoft's Endpoint Management family that also features Microsoft Configuration Manager. Intune is a cloud service for managing and protecting off-premises devices and applications. Managed endpoint devices can be user owned or company owned. Network administrators managing the endpoint computers of at-home workers can use Intune to deploy and validate applications on managed devices, push updates and certificates, configure policies for permission to access information and resources, set passwords, create VPN tunnels, determine how telecommuters share information, set up threat defense, verify compliance, and delete corporate information from lost, stolen or decommissioned devices. Microsoft Intune can be used with Apple iOS, Google Android, Windows, and macOS endpoints. For information about Intune and to find out how Progent can assist your company to use Microsoft's Endpoint Management to manage the endpoint devices of your telecommuters, see Intune teleworker device management expertise.

VMware Workspace ONE
VMware Workspace ONE is a feature-rich unified Mobile Device Management platform that helps network administrators to keep offsite endpoints up to date and secure. Workspace ONE uses VMware AirWatch for centralized endpoint administration plus VMware's Horizon virtual application delivery technology for access control, application management, and configuration management of endpoint devices. Workspace ONE runs with endpoints based on Windows 10, macOS, iOS, Android, Chrome OS, or popular distributions of Linux. VMware Workspace ONE is offered by subscription as a cloud service or as an on-site product through a perpetual license. Key capabilities of Workspace ONE include fast remote deployment of out-of-the-box laptops, immediate onboarding of new users, policy setting and enforcement for all classes of devices, aggregated management reporting and performance analytics, email encryption, and seamless integration with Microsoft apps and cloud-based products. For information about Progent's support services for VMware Workspace ONE, go to VMware Workspace ONE remote device management consultants.

Contact Progent for Remote Workforce Expertise
To contact Progent about creating and maintaining an efficient work-from-home environment for your Denver, Colorado organization, call 1-800-993-9400 or visit Contact Progent.