Remote Systems Management Can Be a Pain in the Butt… But It Doesn’t Have To Be!

integrated approach to remote systems managementIn today’s world, business opportunities are found all around the globe, and so are customers and users. Therefore, IT infrastructure is widely distributed as well. But unfortunately, your IT staff isn’t, and frankly shouldn’t be. However, remote systems management workstations, servers and mobile devices need to be backed up and secured as reliably as machines in the office next door. Let’s face it, remote security and backups can be a pain in the butt! But, they don’t have to be…

Distributed computing environments mean greater requirements for individual processing power and high availability. The role of IT has never been more important or challenging. Successful enterprises are increasingly turning to technology to gain a competitive edge in the global marketplace. However, managing technology has grown increasingly more difficult as IT infrastructures have become more widely distributed, more complex and more susceptible to availability and security breaches. IT staff are stretched thin just trying to stay on top of everything that needs managing and are constantly being asked to do more with less, leaving little time to focus on strategic initiatives.

Traditional network and IT systems management approaches can’t address the cost and complexity of managing a widely distributed IT infrastructure. Due to their legacy design and architectural limitations, they are slow to detect and diagnose issues and are unable to take action to fix the problem themselves. This forces IT staff to perform these routine and burdensome tasks, which drives up costs and increases the risks of error and non-compliance. An integrated approach to remote systems management is needed that can enhance limited and overworked IT staff.

New solutions have emerged that overcome the limitations of legacy management tools and enable IT staff to remotely control IT infrastructure at distributed locations. Automated remote systems management solutions can drastically reduce the cost, complexity and risk of managing remote locations while also improving the service levels that IT delivers.

Recognizing that today’s distributed architecture is more vulnerable than ever, Kaseya centralizes the management of your data protection and security strategies. Backups and end point security can be conducted from Kaseya’s Web-based console manually, on demand or automatically.  Alerts can be routed via emails and text messages to quickly and effectively deal with failed cycles and security breaches.

Just how affordable is Kaseya’s remote systems management solution for your IT infrastructure? See for yourself. Click here for self-service pricing!

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