An endpoint is any device that connects to the corporate network from either within or outside its security system. Examples of endpoint devices include laptops, tablets, mobile devices, digital printers, point-of-sale (POS) systems, and so much more. To ensure the security of the network and all associated assets, such as corporate data, customer information, intellectual property (IP) and other sensitive information, all devices need to be formally screened, authenticated, and monitored through an endpoint management tool. Read a thought leadership article that breaks down the main tasks of an IT professional—an ever more important job—and why it’s so imperative to get the right tools and solutions in place.