Today, we’re excited to share that Zoho (ManageEngine) was positioned as a Leader in three recent IDC vendor assessments for the Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) market:
IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Unified Endpoint Management Software 2022 Vendor Assessment
IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Unified Endpoint Management Software for Apple Devices 2022 Vendor Assessment
IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Unified Endpoint Management Software for Small and Midsize Businesses 2022 Vendor Assessment
ManageEngine has also been named a Major Player in the IDC MarketScape: Ruggedized/Internet of Things Device Deployments 2022 Vendor Assessment
This follows Forrester placing ManageEngine as a Strong Performer in the 2021 Forrester Wave on Unified Endpoint Management in October 2021.
What’s in the reports?
An overall snapshot of the UEM market
Analyses of ManageEngine’s strengths and avenues for progress
In these reports, the IDC MarketScape identified 19 providers and evaluated them in three categories: capabilities, strategy, and market presence.
IDC MarketScape vendor assessments are designed to provide an overview of the competitive fitness of information and communications technology (ICT) suppliers in a given market. The research methodology utilizes a rigorous scoring methodology based on both qualitative and quantitative criteria. As a premier global provider of market intelligence, IDC helps IT professionals and business executives make fact-based decisions on technology purchases and business strategy. IDC MarketScape reports serve as unbiased vendor assessments, giving IT professionals like you a clear comparison of vendors’ strengths and weaknesses. That four of these studies recognized our UEM solution, ManageEngine Endpoint Central, indicates that our software, formerly known as Desktop Central, is meeting the broad gamut of customer needs.
In this year’s vendor assessments for the UEM market, IDC specifically advised technology buyers to look for solutions with:
- hybrid worker device support across both in-office scenarios and remote or work-from-home scenarios
- strong UEM capabilities, and a road map for customer success
- conditional access controls and policy enforcement triggers
- baseline mobile endpoint support, strong portfolio of adjacent and complementary IT products, services, and solutions
- a broad set of legacy and modern PC management support functions
- capabilities for supporting non-corporate devices or BYOD users
- the ability to address three to four major endpoint device operating systems.
Why our UEM solution made the cut
This report clearly validates that our unified approach to address the evolving UEM market is working.
ManageEngine continues to deliver a best-in-class UEM solution that not only meets the needs of our customers but provides an outstanding customer experience. Over the past year, we’ve delivered scalable management and security for the five major endpoint operating systems (Windows, Mac, iOS/iPadOS, Android, and Chrome) as well as legacy Windows and Linux. Our solution also supports ruggedized and IoT endpoint OSs such as Zebra, Honeywell, and Datalogic devices, as well as Apple tvOS, Microsoft HoloLens, and Google Glass. It can be deployed as either on premises or via SaaS, and can support both off-network and on-network management use cases.
IDC specifically highlighted our patch management across Windows, Mac, and Linux platforms, as well as extensive patch and vulnerability management support for third-party apps. The report also highlights our broader automation of PC Lifecycle Management (PCLM) routines such as patches, deploying software and OS imaging, in addition to mobile device management and application management. The reports also credits ManageEngine UEM for being among the most price-competitive UEM products evaluated in the study. Our competitive bundling and add-in pricing discounts for products across our portfolio could be attractive to enterprises looking for broad, high-function endpoint management solutions.
Download an excerpt of the report to see why we believe ManageEngine is uniquely positioned to help you improve cost savings, security, and user experience with Endpoint Central.
Customers love our UEM solution
Since our first release more than 16 years ago, over 24,000 organizations across the globe have chosen Endpoint Central (formerly Desktop Central)—including some of the world’s largest finance, retail, telecom, and healthcare organizations, as well as intelligence agencies and other highly regulated companies. We provide the industry’s best support and services, and our customers love our product support and services.
Get started with ManageEngine today
If you have a UEM need, we’re ready to help. Our UEM solution is a comprehensive platform to discover, manage, provision, and secure all devices from a single pane of glass—with robust automation capabilities to make things easier for IT. Don’t get left behind—start your journey now.
Endpoint Central helps businesses cut IT infrastructure costs and improve operational efficiency. For instance, an enterprise with 10,000 devices and 50 technicians stands to save a whopping 70% on operational costs by using Endpoint Central.
We’ve managed more than 16,500,000 endpoints and helped over 130,000 IT professionals across 190 countries for over 16 years; today, nine of every 10 Fortune 100 companies trust ManageEngine. Start your evaluation with a free, fully featured, 30-day trial.