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How IT Management Apps Help in Remote Asset Monitoring

By Enterprise Technology Review | Wednesday, October 21, 2020

How IT Management Apps Help in Remote Asset Monitoring

Every organization needs to keep assets in running conditions, and IT management applications can help to a great extent.

FREMONT, CA: The business world is seeing the dawn of an industrial revolution, arriving on the wings of the rise of connected objects. Remote asset management is one of the many use cases of this IoT revolution. The sensors, gateways, and cloud applications change the entire landscape of management and control at the disposal of an enterprise with assets in remote locations and dispersed areas. Many industries have already benefitted tremendously from remote monitoring. Being said that, enterprises that invest in IT management applications with remote asset monitoring abilities will have a better hand at managing their technology assets and preventing security breaches. Read on to know more about the IT management apps.

Automated IT support tools help users discover and control all devices in the network. It automates tasks so technicians can focus on higher-end problem analysis and troubleshooting activities. It also proactively monitors the systems and reduces reactive response times. It offers maintenance roadmaps that help automate routine maintenance activities and supports remote control sessions and agentless remote management of devices like routers and switches. It is suitable for IT teams that want to manage their assets situated in multiple locations, and even in several countries. It also offers features like network discovery, command traceability, patch management, browse notification history, and custom reports.

Some IT management software out in the market offers core capabilities for remote asset monitoring and management. It uses policy-based automation functionalities to remotely manage endpoints and IT infrastructure, automate software deployment, and manage updates. It also has built-in data backup abilities, anti-malware tools, ransomware protection, disaster recovery, and business continuity features. These tools also help asset managers automate routine tasks, like software updates and patch implementations, and remotely perform those tasks. Besides providing security features like anti-virus and user management, the software assists centralized remote monitoring of servers and workstations and software implementation from anywhere. It also provides third-party integration capabilities.