If someone asked you how many endpoints are in your business, would you be able to answer and accurately describe each of them? This is a challenge that organizations around the world are facing, especially as the number and range of terminals is growing day by day.
ManageEngine’s Central office is a unified endpoint management solution designed for Managed Service Providers (MSPs) and internal IT leaders. Desktop Central is a platform where legacy desktop management meets modern management and provides support for a wide range of devices and platforms.
The platform is designed to help businesses take control of endpoint security and productivity, all in a single dashboard. It is available on-premises and in the cloud, providing flexibility for desktop and hybrid work environments.
While some MSPs and IT managers select different tools from different vendors, ManageEngine takes a different approach and includes a range of tools under one roof. Additionally, Desktop Central considers endpoint security and management equally important, so there is no compromise between user productivity and device security.
Desktop Central includes everything from remediation and inventory tools to operating system and software deployment, and from mobile device management to remote device control.
All of this is available under one subscription.
- Automation of regular workstation management activities
- Standardized operating system and application configurations on a network
- Office security
- Daily problem solving
- Audit and management of IT assets
- Patch management
- Mobile device management
- Mobile security management
- Mobile application management
- Remote desktop control
- Reporting capabilities
This year, ManageEngine was recognized in the IDC MarketScape Global Unified Endpoint Management Vendor Assessment, a distinction that speaks volumes about the company’s ability to tightly integrate Desktop Central with its suite of IT management services, d analysis, IT asset management, endpoint security and Active Directory. management.
Desktop Central’s strengths, according to the report, lie in its vulnerability management, patching capabilities, and extensive automation of PC lifecycle management routines.
ManageEngine Vice President Mathivanan Vankatachalam said, “UEM solutions have evolved from catering to IT automation to become the platform for businesses to enable their staff to securely access corporate resources. company, regardless of device and location.
“Working from home has prompted I&O executives to allow remote access to sensitive corporate resources while simultaneously ensuring that employees and their devices are protected. Desktop Central has played a leading role in helping our customers achieve this goal.
Gartner Choosing Peer Insights Customers for Unified Endpoint Management report also recognized Desktop Central. The recognition doesn’t come from Gartner itself, but on behalf of hundreds of Desktop Central customer reviews.
By leveraging Desktop Central, your business can also automate the entire desktop and mobile management lifecycle from start to finish. This will help reduce infrastructure costs, achieve operational efficiency, improve productivity, and combat network vulnerabilities.