Enlarging your remote workforce may have a major effect on network infrastructure, security, and corporate processes. Progent has two decades of experience helping businesses of all sizes to plan, configure, administer, optimize, and troubleshoot IT networks that incorporate at-home workers. Progent can assist your Grand Rapids organization to select the right tools and adhere to best practices in building and maintaining a safe virtual office ecosystem for teleworkers that promotes collaboration and returns maximum business value. Progent offers support services ranging from as-needed guidance for getting you past occasional IT bottlenecks to comprehensive project management to help you carry out mission-critical tasks.
Progent's consultants can help Grand Rapids, Michigan organizations to succeed with any facet of creating a high-performing work-from-home ecosystem by providing network infrastructure design and configuration services, IP voice troubleshooting, video conferencing support, collaboration platform selection and deployment, public cloud connectivity, Call Desk outsourcing, data security, backup/restore solutions, and unified management.
Unified Management for At-Home Workers
Microsoft has rebranded and rebundled its endpoint management products under the title Microsoft Endpoint Manager, which includes Intune for cloud-based management of remote endpoints and Configuration Manager for managing onsite computers. Microsoft Endpoint Manager offers a centralized environment for protecting corporate data by controlling local, mobile, and at-home endpoint devices.
Intune is a component of Microsoft's Endpoint Management suite that also features Microsoft Configuration Manager. Intune is a cloud service for managing and securing remote computers and applications. Remote endpoint devices can be personally owned or business owned. Network admins managing the enrolled endpoint computers of at-home workers can utilize Intune to provision and validate applications on devices, push patches and certificates, set up policies for permission to access information and resources, manage passwords, create VPN tunnels, control how home-based workers share data, set up threat protection, verify compliance, and wipe corporate data from lost, stolen or deactivated endpoint devices. Intune can be used with Apple iOS, Google Android, Windows, and macOS endpoints. To find out about Intune and how Progent can assist your company to use Microsoft's Endpoint Management to manage the endpoint computers of your teleworkers, see Intune teleworker endpoint management consultants.
VMware Workspace ONE
VMware Workspace ONE is a feature-rich unified MDM platform that helps network administrators to keep off-premises endpoints current and protected. Workspace ONE uses VMware AirWatch technology for centralized endpoint administration along with VMware's Horizon virtual software delivery platform for identity control, app management, and configuration management of endpoints. Workspace ONE runs with devices based on Windows 10, macOS, Apple iOS, Android, Chrome OS, or leading distributions of Linux. VMware Workspace ONE is available by subscription as a cloud service or as an on-site deployment via a perpetual license. Top capabilities of Workspace ONE include fast remote deployment of new laptops, quick onboarding of new users, policy setting and enforcement for all classes of devices, aggregated management reporting and performance analytics, email encryption, and tight integration with Microsoft applications and cloud services. For details about Progent's support for VMware Workspace ONE, visit VMware Workspace ONE mobile device management expertise.
Contact Progent for At-Home Worker Support Services
To contact Progent about creating and managing an efficient telecommuter solution for your Grand Rapids, Michigan business, phone 1-800-993-9400 or visit Contact Progent.