IBM Endpoint Manager

A leader in enterprise endpoint management and security.

Unified Device Management.

IBM Endpoint Manager lowers the total cost of managing and securing mobile devices, laptops, desktops, and servers – physical or virtual, on or off-network, personally or corporate-owned.


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Quick installation with immediate results!

Lightweight, scalable architecture that can do the work of ten tools in one for hundreds
to hundreds of thousands of endpoints






IBM Endpoint Manager offers a unified management platform that automates and
streamlines systems and security management for endpoints and servers




Desktop and Server Administration

Delivers patch, inventory, software distribution, OS deployment, remote control
capabilities and near real-time visibility into the state of endpoints including
advanced capabilities to support server endpoints.
Lifecycle - Patch Management - Server Automation - Power Management




Software Asset Management

Track software usage patterns and trends across Windows, UNIX and Linux endpoints with always on asset management to enhance license compliance. Manages software assets from procurement to retirement using control desk integration.
Software Use Analysis

Mobile Device Management & Security

Address issues of security, complexity and bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policies across a unified platform that spans Apple iOS, Google Android, Blackberry, Nokia Symbian and Microsoft Windows Mobile platforms.
Mobile Device Management

Mobile Client. There are new applications available for you to install.

Endpoint Security, Protection & Compliance

Provides unified, real-time visibility and enforcement to protect distributed environments against threats that target endpoints and helps organizations to comply with regulatory standards on security.
Security & Compliance - Core Protection





Tax Tech: Making PC support less taxing. Customer Reference
Western Federal Credit Union: cost reduction. Customer Reference.
SunTrust Banks: productivity and vulnerability. Customer Reference
Edmonton Public School Board: education. Customer Reference
Keeping distributed endpoints safe and compliant. Solution Brief (PDF, 982KB)
Increasing scalability and performance for Li & Fund Group.
Real Time Asset Discovery is Critical to understanding Your Hardware and Software Environment. Click to play (YouTube, 00:02:51).
The value of integrating mobile application development and mobile device management. White Paper (PDF, 2.29MB)
A Large European Discount Retailer. Customer Reference (PDF, 642KB)
Mobility is moving fast. To stay in control, you have to prepare for change - are you ready for BYOD? White Paper (PDF, 1.66MB)
Distributing more software to more endpoints. Solution Brief (PDF, 982KB)
Quick Look: IBM endpoint Manager for Mobile devices. Click to play (YouTube, 00:08:28).
Click here to see all Case Studies. Customer Reference
Select the right solution for endpoint management. Buyer's Guide (PDF, 322KB)
Gartner Magic Qadrant for Client Management Tools. Analyst Report
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    Murtuza Choilawala is lead for Product Management and Strategy for IBM Endpoint Manager and Mobility solutions.Prior to current role he was product manager for Lifecycle Management . He most recently managed the launch of the IBM SmartCloud Provisioning and IBM Virtual Desktop solutions. Prior to his current role, Murtuza was part of the IBM Tivoli Global Response Team helping customers resolve critical situations and providing technical support on various Tivoli products. Murtuza has authored 11 IBM Redbooks and is an active presenter at various events. Murtuza holds both a Bachelors and Diploma in Computer Engineering from Mumbai University, India. Outside work he enjoys photography, camping and outdoor activities, he is also active member of his community.

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    Alex Donatelli is a core member of the technology community in IBM as a Distinguished Engineer and he is responsible for the IBM Endpoint and Mobility Management and for the License Metering suites of products. He was hired in IBM in Milan in 1989 and moved into the Rome Software Laboratory a year and a half later, working as a programmer, designer, customer support manager, and development manager for products developed in Rome. In 2006 Alex was assigned to the Tivoli CTO Office and moved to Raleigh, NC with his family. In that period he contributed to many of the CTO Office operations, architecture boards and initiatives cross-SWG and cross-IBM. He moved back to Rome two years later. Before his current job, he has been the Director of Tivoli Performance. Alex has always liked performance, in fact he rides a sporty Honda motorbike to go to the office. Alex is also a Master Inventor and a Member of the IBM Academy of Technology. He is also the Chairman of the Technical Expert Council Italy, an IBM Academy of Technology affiliate. When not at work, mostly during the weekends, he likes to practice with electronics (he has a Master in Electronic Engineer) and to play videogames with his son and daughter.

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    Zak Kus is a senior Application Engineer who has 7 years of experience at BigFix and IBM. He has architected and built many BigFix applications, including Power Management and Software Distribution, and is a main contributor to BigFix Labs.

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Proactively manage business applications and the user experience

IBM solutions measure the preproduction user experience with the same accuracy as measuring the production experience-a capability that previously has been too time-consuming, complex and expensive to achieve due to the limited lifespans of pre-production virtual machines.

The fast pace makes it impossible for developers to use time-consuming, top-down, operations-focused traditional approaches that rely on administrators to deploy and configure agents on application servers.Instead, the IBM approach adopts a bottom-up, developer focused approach that allows developers to directly embed monitoring technology into virtual machine images-and then continue to use these technologies as additional workloads are initiated, without deploying again.

Designed for use in the development of web-based applications for public and private clouds, the IBM solution provides quantitative information on factors such as the application's response time or the end user's wait time. Using these insights, developers are better able to ensure both a product that meets user needs and a process that helps reduce or avoid the significant expense of repairing applications after they are in production.

Implement the solutions that are right for your organization

The path to effective application performance management should follow the needs of the organization implementing it. Begin with your organization's existing infrastructure and build at the pace that's right for you-there are no requirements to add all capabilities on day one. Then, as you progress, take advantage along the way of industry-leading IBM best practices.

By doing so, you can gain a better view of your transactions and vulnerabilities, build your reporting structure, customize your dashboards-and ultimately arrive at the end-to-end monitoring capabilities that deliver the best results.

Start simple:

1. Assess your current capabilities; many organizations begin with low or even no visibility, forcing them into management that is reactive, ad hoc and slow to provide repairs.

2. A basic goal is to make sure you have in place the capabilities to assure that you can meet your service level agreements.

Increase visibility:

3. Implementing agentless solutions provides a low-touch approach to discovering and viewing your infrastructure topology and to isolating problems.

4. Adding solutions that utilize application agents can improve the accuracy of diagnostics with increased visibility into the key performance indicators of each infrastructure component.

Achieve true end-to-end monitoring:

5. Using advanced, robotic monitoring, you can provide early warning of performance problems-reducing or avoiding the impact of interruptions on users.

6. Implementing custom dashboards can enhance your insight into the status of key applications for individual lines of business.

7. Deploying agent-based tracking can help you find and remediate difficult-to-isolate, sporadic problems.

Take the comprehensive IBM approach to management needs

IBM solutions provide the complete path to effective application performance management. Meeting the full range of necessary capabilities-from discovery to predictive analytics-the IBM portfolio provides not only visibility, but also application control and automation to streamline IT management, meet end-user expectations for quality of service, and support business results.

Move beyond ordinary monitoring with a smarter approach

The IBM portfolio for application monitoring and performance management helps organizations of all types optimize infrastructure performance and availability through the use of best practices for identifying and resolving problems in distributed and host environments. Capabilities are targeted at needs ranging from managing the cloud, to lowering hardware and software costs, to minimizing performance risks.

Together, IBM solutions provide industry-leading capabilities that enable IT to move beyond basic resource monitoring to meet the needs of today's smarter planet, where instrumented, interconnected and intelligent organizations deploy more virtualized applications and consume more information than ever before.

Comprehensive IBM solutions provide the full range of capabilities necessary to visualize, control and optimize the operationof mission-critical applications, including:

Customer Quotes

"With SCM AI, IBM has stuck the perfect balance between immediate time to value and ease of use vs product depth and breadth. Within a half of hour we were able to install the product and detect problems in both our on-premise as well as AWS cloud based application environments." Nathan Owen, - Blue Medora

Customer Quotes

It took a grand total of 20 minutes to install the SCM AI server and have insights into our Virtual Machines running within our on-premise VMware infrastructure as well as our Amazon AWS based cloud based VMs." Nathan Owen, - Blue Medora

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