End-user computing and support organizations use client management tools (CMTs) to automate endpoint management tasks. CMTs perform the following technical functions: • OS deployment • Hardware and software inventory • Software distribution • Patch management • Configuration management (e.g., scripts) • Security configuration management • Remote control Organizations primarily use CMTs to manage PCs running Microsoft Windows and Apple macOS. Although most organizations still leverage separate management approaches for mobile devices and PCs, unified endpoint management (UEM) supports the convergence of enterprise mobility management (EMM) and CMT functionality. Organizations are increasingly looking for a single vendor and management platform to support PCs and mobile devices.
Reviews for 'Data Center - Others'
Gartner defines the disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) market as a productized service offering in which the provider manages server image and production data replication to the cloud, disaster recovery run book creation, automated server recovery within the cloud, automated server failback from the cloud, and network element and functionality configuration, as needed. Source servers supported must include a combination of both virtual and physical. To be considered DRaaS versus other options that enable do-it-yourself recovery, all elements of the service must be included in the service offering contract between the provider and customer, and offer a standardized SLA for recovery.
Reviews for 'Office Productivity Solutions - Others'