Ivanti recently announced several strategic partnerships to better deliver world-class endpoint management, patch management, and end-to-end security solutions.
Intel vPro® Platform-Based Devices with Intel® Endpoint Management Assistant Now Integrates with Ivanti Neurons Platform.
Offering Device-as-a-Service with self-healing capabilities for the next generation workforce, Intel Endpoint Management Assistant (Intel EMA) now integrates with the Ivanti Neurons hyper-automation platform. This partnership enables IT organisations to self-heal and self-secure with Intel vPro platform-based devices—both inside and outside of the corporate firewall.
Stephanie Hallford, Intel Vice President of the Client Computing Group and general manager of Business Client Platforms, had this to say about the partnership:
“By partnering with Ivanti, Intel continues to expand our industry-leading technologies that support our joint customers to manage a remote workforce and edge devices. Using the Intel vPro platform will provide in band and out of band endpoint management via the cloud. The Ivanti DaaS solution, along with the built for business Intel vPro platform is perfect for driving customer value for the next generation workforce. Together we are providing unparalleled technologies, performance and enhanced security for DaaS.”
Qualys Integrates Ivanti Patch Management Into Qualys VMDR Platform
A leading provider of disruptive cloud-based IT, security, and compliance solutions, Qualys has integrated Ivanti Patch Management technology into their Qualys VMDR (Vulnerability Management Detection Response) platform.
Qualys President and Chief Product Officer, Sumedh Thakarsaid, said the following:
“The seamless integration of Ivanti and Qualys technologies in VMDR takes endpoint security to the next level. By extending Ivanti’s leading patch management technology from Windows to Mac, Qualys VMDR now orchestrates the entire process of discovery, prioritization and patching of critical vulnerabilities in real time across hybrid IT environments including macOS devices. Furthermore, it allows us to bridge IT and SecOps workflows to more efficiently secure and manage today’s explosion of remote workers.”