Enlarging your telecommuter workforce may have a significant impact on network architecture, security/compliance, and company processes. Progent has 20 years of experience helping businesses of all sizes to design, deploy, manage, tune, and debug IT networks that incorporate a remote workforce. Progent can help your San Diego UCSD organization to select the right tools and adhere to leading practices in creating and maintaining a safe virtual office ecosystem for telecommuters that promotes collaboration and returns maximum value. Progent can provide support services ranging from on demand guidance for getting you past challenging IT roadblocks to full project management or co-management to help you successfully complete mission-critical tasks.
Progent's consultants can help San Diego UCSD, California organizations to with any aspect of creating a high-functioning telecommuting environment by providing network infrastructure configuration services, IP voice expertise, video conferencing integration, collaboration platform customization and training, cloud connectivity, Help Desk outsourcing, endpoint security, data protection solutions, and centralized management.
Unified Management for an At-Home Workforce
Microsoft has rebranded and rebundled its endpoint management platforms under the title Microsoft Endpoint Manager, which includes Intune for cloud management of mobile and remote endpoints and Configuration Manager for managing local computers. Endpoint Manager offers a centralized platform for protecting critical information by managing onsite, mobile, and home-based endpoint devices.
Intune is part of Microsoft's Endpoint Management suite that also includes Microsoft Configuration Manager. Intune is a cloud-based service for managing and protecting mobile computers and applications. Remote endpoint computers can be personally owned or company owned. IT administrators managing the enrolled endpoint computers of telecommuters can use Intune to provision and authenticate apps on managed devices, push updates and certificates, configure rules for permission to access data and resources, set passwords, create VPN tunnels, determine how home-based workers share information, set up threat protection, ensure compliance, and delete corporate information from missing, stolen or deactivated devices. Intune runs with iOS/iPadOS, Android, Windows, and macOS/OS X endpoints. For details about Microsoft Intune and to find out how Progent can help you to use this platform to administer the endpoint computers of your teleworkers, visit Intune remote device management consultants.
VMware Workspace ONE
VMware Workspace ONE is an advanced centralized Mobile Device Management product that helps network managers to keep remote endpoints current and secure. Workspace ONE uses VMware AirWatch technology for centralized endpoint management combined with VMware's Horizon virtual software delivery platform for authorization control, application management, and setup management of endpoint devices. Workspace ONE runs with endpoints powered by 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-premises product through a perpetual license. Key features of Workspace ONE include rapid remote provisioning of new notebooks, immediate onboarding of new users, policy setting and enforcement for all categories of endpoints, aggregated management reporting and analytics, an email encryption gateway, and tight integration with Microsoft apps and cloud-based services. For information about Progent's expertise for VMware Workspace ONE, refer to VMware Workspace ONE mobile endpoint management consultants.
Contact Progent for At-Home Worker Support Services
To get in touch with Progent about creating and managing a productive telecommuter environment for your San Diego UCSD, California organization, phone 1-800-993-9400 or visit Contact Progent.