Published By: Aternity
Published Date: Jul 20, 2012
Forrester Research projects that by 2016, 350 million employees will have smartphones, prompting businesses to drastically increase spending on mobile projects to meet the flexibility demands of increasingly tech-savvy employees.
This exclusive resource describes how businesses can support mobile technologies from virtual desktops to application development with comprehensive end-user experience (EUE) management tools. Find out how this platform proactively detects performance and availability issues to help IT professionals troubleshoot and improve application performance for end-users.
PC life-cycle management (PCLM) solutions primarily focus on deploying or moving an application or an operating environment to a new user location. Functions include packaging, distributing, installing , and updating an application or an operating environment. These solutions provide a certain level of automation and are certainly more advanced than dealing strictly with scripts. However, they have complex workflows and do not provide the highest level of automation. In today's multidevice world, where the average user carries three or more devices, this paradigm alone is not agile enough for modern end users.
Organizations need a comprehensive solution to cope with the many challenges present in managing Windows desktops. Desktop Authority enables organizations to centrally configure, manage, secure and support desktops from a simple, easy to use interface. It provides the most flexible and granular control over desktops and user settings in the market today no product can offer.
Are you prepared for common Active Directory failure scenarios? Are you counting on the Recycle Bin, only to find what you need isnít there? Learn what you can and canít do with AD native tools, and how the right third-party tools can automate recovery and put you back in control.
Published By: Faronics
Published Date: Sep 10, 2008
IT Managers are tasked with making the desktop environment more secure and locked down to a uniform corporate standard, yet flexible enough to handle the myriad of exceptions that arise across the enterprise. Centralized Configuration Management (CCM) tools are great, especially in environments with branch offices. But CCM tools can’t do the big job of making your environment inherently more secure or more flexible.