Enterprises today have shown a rapid growth in the usage of Linux systems. They are being widely used as an alternative to other operating systems. Along with their ease of use, Linux computers offer more flexibility and configuration options. Anyone can install it and it is often available free of charge. This creates a need for Linux administration in large enterprise networks. Manual Linux administration would consume a lot of time and effort. So, system administrators need to hunt for a tool to perform Linux administration in an automated way. And, using multiple desktop management tools to manage Windows, Mac and Linux computers can be a pain. Desktop Central helps administrators in increasing their efficiency by automating desktop management and managing heterogeneous operating systems using a single console.
Currently Desktop Central supports the following versions of Linux computers
Note:See our complete Linux Flavor Comparison matrix for better visibility on the features supported by different versions of Linux OS.
Desktop Central supports the following features to simplify Linux administration in your enterprise:
Desktop Central's Asset management feature provides up-to-date information about the software and hardware used across the organisation along with web-based inventory management.
Gain access to comprehensive reports on asset details, patch management, software deployment and custom reports.