Download: UEM vendor comparison chart 2024

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Unified endpoint management (UEM) is a strategic IT approach that consolidates how enterprises secure and manage an array of deployed devices including phones, tablets, PCs, and even IoT devices.

As remote and hybrid work models have become the norm over the past two years, “mobility management” has come to mean management of not just mobile devices, but all devices used by mobile employees wherever they are. UEM tools incorporate existing enterprise mobility management (EMM) technologies, such as mobile device management (MDM) and mobile application management (MAM), with tools used to manage desktop PCs and laptops.

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Enterprise mobility 2024: Welcome, genAI

Generative artificial intelligence (genAI) has become a focal point for many organizations over the past year, so it should come as no surprise that the technology is moving into the enterprise mobility space, including unified endpoint management (UEM).

“Generative AI is the latest trend to impact the UEM space,” says Andrew Hewitt, principal analyst, Forrester. “This has been the main topic of interest in the last year. We see generative AI having impacts in multiple areas, such as script creation, knowledge-based article creation, NLP [natural language processing]-based querying of endpoint data, and help desk chatbots. All of these are considerations for inclusion within the UEM stack.”

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Update vCenter Server now! VMWare fixes critical vulnerability

Categories: Business

Categories: Exploits and vulnerabilities

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Tags: VMWare

Tags: vCenter Server

Tags: CVE-2023-34056

Tags: CVE-2023-34048


Tags: out of bounds write

Tags: information disclosure

Tags: remote code execution

VMWare has issued an update to address out-of-bounds write and information disclosure vulnerabilities in its server management software, vCenter Server.

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Who’s Behind the 8Base Ransomware Website?

Credit to Author: BrianKrebs| Date: Tue, 19 Sep 2023 02:12:53 +0000

The victim shaming website operated by the cybercriminals behind 8Base — currently one of the more active ransomware groups — was until earlier today leaking quite a bit of information that the crime group probably did not intend to be made public. The leaked data suggests that at least some of website’s code was written by a 36-year-old programmer residing in the capital city of Moldova.

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