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Jul 1, 2019 | Shawn Bass, VMware Blog
In my previous post, I shared the virtues of endpoint management on the employee experience and the benefits it brings to organizations. However, it is equally important to look at the people who are executing this process and what they get out of it. Let’s shift focus and discuss how IT professionals and their teams can benefit from unified endpoint management.
The question on many IT minds is, “what’s in it for me?”. On the one hand, offering employees the ability to utilize the latest technologies in the workplace makes for happier end users, but that’s a tangential benefit to IT at best. The only quasi-measurable result stemming from this might be less pestering from employees in regard to the access and integration of technology in the workplace.