LANSCOPE Endpoint Manager On-premises (LANSCOPE On-premises) simplifies IT management by providing IT asset management, Insider Threat Mitigation, and Endpoint Security as a single tool.
This enables a significant reduction in operational costs, time and resources that were previously required.
The result is an environment that allows companies to focus on what they should be doing, while lowering security risks.

01“Secure Productivity”
With integrated endpoint management to realize
reduce risk and increase productivity.

It is important to manage "endpoints" in order to increase the productivity of a company and at the same time protect important information assets.
This is because the “endpoint” is the one that is closely related to IT asset management / Insider Threat Management / Endpoint Security and is most at risk.
However, managing them requires a combination of tools, and their operation is becoming more complex.
"Integrated endpoint management" LANSCOPE Endpoint Manager On-premises (LANSCOPE On-premises) realizes simple and efficient IT management by managing these in an integrated manner.

02From "IT Asset Management Tool"
To "Integrated Endpoint Management"

Since its birth in 1996, LANSCOPE Endpoint Manager On-premises (LANSCOPE On-premises) has continued to grow along with the progress of IT.
In the 1990s, when hardware and software were expensive, LANSCOPE Endpoint Manager On-premises (LANSCOPE On-premises) was used for asset management to manage them, and in 2000, as the use of IT became more and more active, it was used to protect personal information, which became an important asset for companies. In 2016, in response to the increasing sophistication and seriousness of cyber threats, we newly expanded our functions to include "external threat countermeasures" and evolved from "IT asset management" to "integrated endpoint management".
LANSCOPE Endpoint Manager On-premises (LANSCOPE On-premises), which started as an IT asset management tool, has been able to realize "Integrated Endpoint Management", which proposes a simple operation.