UDT Lifecycle Management

UDTSecure: Cyber Risk Management & Information Security Solutions

Sustainable Endpoint Productivity, Insights, and Performance

Lifecycle management solutions that deliver a superior user experience and the intelligence essential to support your most important IT and business priorities.

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Is supporting your endpoint investment taking too much time and effort?

Focus in-house resources on high-priority projects with a proactive lifecycle management strategy.

Gain sustainable endpoint productivity, insights, and performance with expert knowledge and tools.

Ensure effective asset management, compliance, and controlled access across endpoints.

Maximize returns on your endpoint investments with a custom strategy built around your needs.

Leverage, end-to-end support with device procurement, stock management, configuration, repair, and more.

We can help you find the right answers to all these questions!

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Free yourself to focus on your most important priorities.

UDT’s Lifecycle Management approach not only takes device management off your to-do list; we make sure this task is creating insights and value for you and your stakeholders.

From device strategies and lifecycle workflow events to warranty repair and spare management, UDT’s holistic approach to your lifecycle management processes provides real-time data and advanced analytics that help you understand your impact on IT and organizational priorities.

  • Lifecycle Management Strategy Development
  • Configuration & Procurement
  • Integration & Enrollment
  • Logistics & Deployment
  • User Adoption & Education
  • Managed IT, Security & Support
  • Warranty Management & Repair
  • Asset Management & Secure Recovery

How do you balance security and efficiency with your devices?

Today’s organizations struggle to effectively manage key lifecycle events, from onboarding and offboarding employees to conducting device upgrades and repairs.

Inconsistent enforcement of IT standards and security policies can lead to gaps and manual and fragmented device lifecycle processes that make it difficult for IT staff to manage device lifecycles accurately.

UDT’s Event Workflows for Lifecycle Management streamline, standardize, and secure your lifecycle events to ensure optimized performance and cost-effectiveness: 

Why we’re better

We can help you find the right answers to all these questions!

EdTech as a Service

UDT’s very beginnings are rooted in K-12 public education when we started providing technology solutions in 1997 for Miami-Dade County Public Schools.

Today, we support 7 of the 10 largest school districts in America.

Our commitment to how we service public education and address its unique challenges with innovative technology is unparalleled. We believe Educational Technology must deliver cost-effective, frictionless, and accessible learning and teaching experiences.

Our EdTech as a Service solution for K-12 Education helps close the digital divide and drive the tech-enabled learning outcomes that are the promise of a sustainable, uninterrupted, always-on, and always-available 1:1 technology strategy.

Find out how we helped St. Thomas Aquinas High School

UDT Lifecycle Management gives you:

Sustainability

as you maximize the value and optimize the usage of your organization’s investment in technology.

Support

 for your day-to-day operations and end users, helping improve their performance and overall satisfaction.

Security

 that protects your users and IT ecosystem, backed by UDT’s award-winning security practice.

Predictability

that you can rely on to make data-driven budgetary decisions.

Read how our Lifecycle Management Solutions help Miami-Dade Public County Schools

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The Latest News and Articles on Lifecycle Management

How to Use Student Personas to Inform Your K12 Device Strategy

Elementary, middle, and high school students have different learning needs; naturally, they require different devices for digital learning. This blog will leverage insights from UDT’s recent webinar (June 4), “How to Leverage ‘Back to School’ Personas to Build Your Device Strategy.” Discover ways to identify the student-centric persona groups in your school district and how they can impact your device procurement and management considerations. Learn more by viewing our webinar recording. Looking for additional support? Download our latest guide, “2024 K12 Device Strategy Guide: Choosing the Right Device for Every Learner.”

Guide – Build Your K12 Device Refresh Strategy

Four years after the pandemic, school districts are now readying up to conduct their next large-scale device refresh. Download the guide and benefit from expert insights on how to make tactical improvements to your K12 device strategy.

What AI Means for Your Next K12 Device Refresh 

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is transforming K12 education. This article discusses the role of AI-first processors in the next generation of educational devices.

The Growth of Cybercrime-as-a-Service

Learn why you should worry about Cybercrime-as-a-Service (commonly abbreviated as either CCaaS or CaaS) and what you can do to protect your business from highly organized and sophisticated criminal elements.

Navigating K12 Device Repair After ESSER 

With ESSER funding ending, K12 tech repairs become a challenge. Discover how school districts can navigate device repair and refresh needs effectively.

QR Codes Are the Latest Cyberthreat to K12 Schools—Here’s Why

QR codes are convenient but can pose security risks. Discover how to check if a QR code is safe and prevent cyberattacks in your school.

Know your outcome through every step of the lifecycle

Experiencing a security breach?

Get immediate assistance from our security operations center! Take the following recommended actions NOW while we get on the case:

RECOMMENDED IMMEDIATE NEXT ACTIONS

  1. Determine which systems were impacted and immediately isolate them. Take the network offline at the switch level or physically unplug the systems from the wired or wireless network.
  2. Immediately take backups offline to preserve them. Scan backups with anti-virus and malware tools to ensure they’re not infected
  3. Initiate an immediate password reset on affected user accounts with new passwords that are no less than 14 characters in length. Do this for Senior Management accounts as well.

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