Huawei Taps Ivanti Endpoint Security to Unify Management of Enterprise Users’ Endpoints

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Huawei has signed an agreement with Ivanti, the company that unifies IT and Security Operations to better manage and secure the digital workplace.

The companies will join forces to develop endpoint security solutions ideal for campus networks, meeting the security and service needs of enterprise users.

The Huawei-Ivanti joint solution unifies management of enterprise users’ endpoints. Huawei will leverage Ivanti Unified Endpoint Manager and Endpoint Security for Endpoint Manager to enhance governance and control of the Huawei CloudCampus access control system, which delivers fine-grained user group management policies. In this way, users can obtain required access rights on any device, without compromising compliance. The resulting benefits include consistent user experience, unified user policies, lower management costs, and higher IT management efficiency.

Huawei CloudCampus Solution, ideal for enterprise campus networks, has adopted a new philosophy: Intent-Driven Network (IDN). By introducing Big Data analytics and Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies into cloud and SDN deployments, Huawei CloudCampus is helping enterprises to build future-proof networks that can automatically provision services, predict potential faults, and continuously ensure optimal user experience.

Wu Lianhe, VP of Huawei Switch & Enterprise Gateway Product Line
We have entered the ubiquitous connectivity era, in which there are various types of access endpoints and more connected things than connected people. This creates more value but poses security risks as well. 

Steve Daly, CEO and Chairman of the Board, Ivanti
Both Ivanti and Huawei have a global vision to power multinational customers’ digital transformation goals with unprecedented security and efficiency.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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