Control how laptops, desktops, and mobile devices are used with Ergo’s collection of system management tools

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In an increasingly hybrid world of remote and mobile working, where a people-centric company culture determines the way employees carry out their jobs, the need for more agile device management is much greater, particularly when it comes to applying robust security and data management policies. Evaluating, assigning, and overseeing the access rights of all endpoints – the devices and equipment employees use – is critical.

Ergo has a wide range of system management tools for managing diverse end-user computing environments. They control how laptops, desktops, and mobile devices are used by employees, automating and streamlining the set-up, monitoring, updates and lifecycle of each device. We partner with Microsoft (Intune/System Center), VMware (Horizon), and Citrix (Virtual Apps & Desktops) to provide single window views of multiple devices.

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Simplify Management

Streamline administration to make configuration easier and monitor tasks by platform type. Experience unparalleled control of your device environment through the use of built-in scripts and automated actions. Ensure mobile devices are compliant with organization standards before they are allowed to access network resources, such as email or SharePoint, and lock down services to prevent unauthorised access.


Optimise User Experience

Provide a seamless way of working for employees to give them the great experience they expect, combining links to integrated services and applications without exposing the environment to risk. We enable early detection of issues that might undermine application performance, such as low latency and restricted bandwidth, and identify inefficient processes that get in the way of people doing their jobs.


Continually Improve

Powerful endpoint analytics tools provide insights for measuring organizational efficiencies around device-driven processes and the quality of the experience for end users. They help inform policies and protocols, whether it’s exposing security vulnerabilities or clunky log-ins. By aggregating data over time, organizations will be more informed and better able to plan device strategies that maintain the highest standards of performance and security.