As businesses lean more heavily on solutions combining conventional and IoT hardware with not only 5G and LTE networks but LPWAN and Wi-Fi too, Rendleman predicts, managing all of those assets will become a correspondingly steeper challenge. That presents a revenue opportunity for providers of endpoint management services.
“They’ll be doing more compute at the edge, there’ll be more connected devices, they’ll be connected in multiple ways,” says Rendleman of end users, “but they’re all going to want to manage that more centrally and have a view to how they’re managing failover, how they’re managing redundancy if they need to, through these multiple connections.”
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And not just due to coronavirus-fueled demand for work-from-home gear, either. According to senior VP Linda Rendleman (pictured), high-speed mobile networks and endpoint management remain opportunities despite the stalled economy too.