Goodbye EMM, Hello UEM: Windows 10 Migration Initiatives Open Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) Opportunity for EMM Vendors
|発行||VDC Research Group, Inc.||商品コード||521191|
|出版日||ページ情報||英文 37 Pages; 6 Exhibits
|さらばEMMようこそUEM：Windows 10への移行準備に伴うEMMベンダーのUEM関連の市場機会 Goodbye EMM, Hello UEM: Windows 10 Migration Initiatives Open Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) Opportunity for EMM Vendors|
|出版日: 2017年06月29日||ページ情報: 英文 37 Pages; 6 Exhibits||
EME (企業向けモビリティ管理) ベンダーはこれまで、様々なデバイス所有方式 (BYODなど) への対応や、セキュリティなどの機能の強化、クラウド技術への適合を進めて、長期的な発展の基盤を築いてきました。しかし、昨今のモバイル技術の変化は激しさを増しており、運用環境は複雑さを増しています。そこで、UEM (unified endpoint management：ユニファイド・エンドポイント管理) を導入して、プラットフォームに依存しないエンドポイント管理体制を構築しようとしています。おりしもMicrosoftでは、Windows 10の普及に合わせて、古いOS (Windows 7、XPなど) のサポート停止予定を明示しており、その移行過程でUEXを活用する機会が生じるのではないか、という考えも出てきています。
Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) vendors have been enjoying a great run, and have solidified their place in today's modern IT infrastructure. These vendors accomplished this by honing their solutions to accommodate a variety of device ownership models (i.e., BYOD, CYOD, COPE), and by innovating on security, UX, app integration, and cloud capabilities. Like any technology vendor that emerged over the past ten years, EMM vendors were forced to grow up quickly-mobile OSes became more complex, and refresh cycles accelerated. However, market leaders invested heavily in R&D, partner programs, and in developing their sales channels; and for it, have not just defined the EMM market, but have made their solutions an essential infrastructure element for the wide majority of enterprises where mobility is strategic to their business.
Although the EMM market remains healthy, worlds are colliding; going forward, modern PCs will have the flexibility to be managed like mobile devices. Considering that the number of, and diversity in, endpoints being managed continues to expand and the wide variance in ownership models, endpoint management solutions that can automate, regulate, and simplify the management of this wide range of cross-platform endpoints will be desirable. Indeed, every EMM vendor has embraced unified endpoint management (UEM) as the way forward. Even though Microsoft officially ended support for Windows XP two years ago, a significant number of these PCs remain in service; and while support for Windows 7 is scheduled to end in 2020, it is likely that these devices will also remain in service for at least three to five years beyond that date. This means that the opportunity to offer expansive UEM solutions won't fully be realized for at least another four to six years. VDC expects Windows 10 migration initiatives to accelerate and eclipse Windows 7 deployments in 2019; indeed, Windows 10 adoption will be the catalyzing event that forces organizations to change their approach to managing endpoints.
This report contains a rating for the top 10 EMM vendors along three axes: breadth, depth, and intangibles. These ratings provide a holistic view of the factors most relevant to success or failure in the EMM market. Breadth and depth address the strengths of each vendor's product, and examining intangibles addresses outward-facing facets of each company important to drawing business, expanding into new markets, and overall strategy. The report also contains a detailed market sizing and forecast through 2021, as well as a comprehensive competitive assessment of market shares, strategies, products, and capabilities of leading players in the EMM market.