Ivanti and Huawei will work together

Ivanti, the company that brings IT together for better management and better security of the digital workplace, and Huawei, an information and communications company, have signed a ‘memorandum of understanding’ for a partnership that must respond to the increasing security and service requirements from multinational customers. This agreement is an important milestone for Ivanti, making Huawei an important partner for large-scale, transnational integration projects to support global IT companies and their digital transformation goals.

Thanks to the partnership, Huawei Ivanti can use Unified Endpoint Manager and Endpoint Security for Endpoint Manager to improve the management and control of the Huawei CloudCampus access control system, which provides a fine-grained management policy for user groups. By using Ivanti Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) and the Ivanti security products, Ivanti and Huawei work together to create a seamless user experience through technological integration and implementation.

The partnership also enables Ivanti to provide broad, efficient services to multinational companies through Huawei Enterprise Service, in implementing their digital transformation strategies. “Like Ivanti, Huawei has a global vision to reinforce the digital transformation goals of multinational customers with unprecedented security and efficiency,” said Steve Daly, CEO and CEO of Ivanti. “We are honored to be able to work with Huawei in this win-win agreement, which will result in improved security and availability of services for our mutual customers.”

“Ivanti and Huawei see the potential of merged endpoint management with integrated endpoint security on the market,” said Lianhe Wu, Vice President Switch & Enterprise Gateway Line at Huawei. “As influencers in their respective technical areas of expertise, they will promote the technological growth of these solutions and offer more advanced, mature and diversified solutions to more Huawei customers, while at the same time developing a larger market share.”

Huawei Enterprise Service aims to build an open, flexible and secure partner ecosystem by offering advanced ICT hardware and software infrastructures to help customers, meet challenges, grow their business and realize digital transformation. So far, 211 of the Fortune Global 500 companies and 48 of the top 100 companies have chosen Huawei as a partner for the digital transformation.

As an UEM player and innovator, Ivanti promotes progress in UEM and promotes various technical indicators for the terminal security domain. This allows companies that are working with their digital transformation to secure their endpoints while improving IT and user productivity and overall user experience. Ivanti’s unified IT strategy builds on its own UEM technology with solutions for IT service management, IT asset management, identity management and endpoint security.

Ivanti Endpoint Manager and Endpoint Security for Endpoint Manager deliver OS and application patching, application management, device management and more for the detection and prevention of modern cyber threats. They also offer automated isolation and recovery of ransomware or threats that can not be stopped. For more information, visit: and

These integrated IT solutions from Ivanti, together with the services and resources of Huawei, will enable the rapid transformation of IT while optimizing the alignment between IT and the organization.

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Before you go trying to update your device, you should check which version of Android you are running. You might already be on the latest version. It's easy to check so follow this guide up to step four. This screen will have a section called 'Android version'. If it doesn't, click 'Software information' to find out.


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Scroll down the Settings menu and click on 'About Phone' or 'About Tablet'. If you have a tabbed settings menu then this will appear in the 'general' section.



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