Desktop management is a comprehensive approach to managing all the computer systems within an organization. Despite its name, desktop management also includes overseeing laptops and other computing devices that are used within the organization. For IT managers, keeping users' computers up-to-date can be a challenge, especially given the never-ending task of upgrading software to prevent security breaches. Desktop management software helps administrators automate, standardize, secure, and audit all the computing devices within their enterprise.
For businesses with multiple servers, desktops, laptops, and tablets—each running different versions of different operating systems with their own set of software applications—it can be time-consuming and challenging to ensure they're all managed and secure. Not to mention this all has to be done while the admins look after the hardware and software inventory, configurations, security, patches, and software licenses.
Desktop administration is a never-ending job. Configuration requests ranging from simple drive mapping configuration to software installation, keep the administrators on their toes. With increasing requests and a growth in the number of endpoints, it becomes more difficult to keep up with escalating demand on limited manpower.
Desktop Central is a Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) solution that enables you to secure and manage all forms of endpoints within your enterprise—including servers, desktops, laptops, tablets, smartphones, and point of sale (POS) devices—both inside and outside your organization's network from a central console.
Desktop Central enables configuring and managing endpoints from a single console. With pre-defined configuration options, administrators can perform almost all the regular endpoint administration / management activities with ease.
Desktop Central's capabilities cover the entire endpoint security and management spectrum, including:
It automates the complete desktop and mobile device management life cycle from start to finish to help businesses cut their IT infrastructure costs, achieve operational efficiency, improve productivity, and combat network vulnerabilities.