Well, simply put it’s a name change for User Environment Manager. If you’re wondering why…..
For the last couple of years there’s been some confusion between UEM and errrr UEM.
First we had User Environment Manager which understandably short ended to UEM. Then the industry invented a new term ‘Unified Endpoint Management’ which VMware used in their Workspace ONE unified endpoint management product. That’s a mouthful I hear you ask and you’d be right. That’s why people started calling it UEM.
So for the last couple of years we’ve had two versions of UEM and as you can imagine…some occasional confusion!
So there you have it, dynamic environment manager is actually just user environment manager. I hope that helps!