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What Is Mobile Device Management (MDM)?

With remote work and bring your own device (BYOD) practices on the rise, mobile device management (MDM) has become a necessity. Using mobile device management, IT teams are able to control, secure, and manage mobile devices, such as smartphones, laptops, and tablets. In this mobile device management (MDM) overview, we will discuss what MDM is, its importance in the IT world, and best practices to follow.


The Importance of Compliance for Small and Medium-Size Businesses: What You Need to Know

Navigating compliance requirements can be complex because there are so many of them, and there is a good chance that at least one set of standards applies to you. Standards can be for specific sectors, like The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) for healthcare, or may apply more generally to organizations across industries, like the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).


Streamlining MSP Operations: Integrating RMM and PSA Solutions

The success of your MSP depends on how you leverage technology to gain a competitive edge in the market. Use technology well, and you can streamline your operations, increase productivity, differentiate yourself from your competitors and grow your business. Two tools most successful MSPs leverage are remote monitoring and management (RMM) and professional services automation (PSA). Both aim to improve productivity and efficiency.


Endpoint Lifecycle Management Overview

Endpoint management is critical for IT teams. In a SANS survey they found that 44% of IT teams manage anywhere from 5,000 to 500,000 devices. With so many devices, it can be challenging to keep track of the health and status of each individual endpoint. So how can IT teams ensure that organizational endpoints continually contribute to the company’s success? Endpoint lifecycle management is a valuable process that can enable your team to achieve this.


Endpoint Monitoring Explained with Example

Today, people and businesses use endpoints to accomplish everything from day-to-day tasks to large projects. Endpoints include the physical devices that connect to and communicate with a central network. They are used to manipulate data or exchange information. The number of endpoint devices that average businesses and enterprises manage is 135,000, and that number continues to grow.

NinjaOne Expresses Gratitude to IT Teams with Launch of Global Brand Campaign Titled, "Have You Hugged Your IT Person Lately"

NinjaOne announced the launch of a new brand campaign, "Have You Hugged Your IT Person Lately"? It celebrates IT teams globally that provide support to in-office and remote workforces with the NinjaOne platform.

Maximizing Password Security: A Guide for IT Professionals on World Password Day

With every new device, application and website that your users and employees have to log in to, they have to create a new password. It’s no wonder then that they find this overwhelming. So, what do they do? They create a password that is easy to remember — something like “123456” or perhaps their birth date. Then, to keep it simple, they use the same password over and over again. On top of that, they opt for their browsers and devices to remember these passwords.


What is Remote Monitoring and Management (RMM)? How Does it Work?

What you need to know about RMM Technology is crucial to daily operations in today’s fast-paced business world. From managing finances to communicating with customers, businesses rely heavily on technology to get things done. But as businesses become more reliant on technology, managing their IT infrastructure becomes more complicated and time-consuming. That is where remote monitoring and management (RMM) comes in. But what is RMM?