Thousands of people rely on your servers and workstations for their day-to-day studies, projects and management. They want things to run when they log-on. With Pulseway you can resolve issues before users even notice them.
The key to efficiency is to stop doing the things you don’t need to do. Pulseway RMM takes care of essential IT admin functions, and completes many of tasks in an automated fashion.
Pulseway has an easy to use, automated network discovery engine than can be set to run regularly so you won’t be caught off guard being asked to fix a device that isn’t in your inventory. Once you know all your devices, you can use that same discovery engine and interface to push out the Pulseway agent, and have it equipped with all the policies that apply to that end point.
Create and deploy custom scripts to automate all your IT tasks, saving time and increasing your overall efficiency. Automate anything from backup jobs to security checks on schedule or on demand, at anytime, from a device closest to you.
Quickly resolve the most common problems that users experience in a domain environment, such as password reset and account unlock. Having the capability to unlock users, reset passwords, enable/disable accounts, and add/remove group membership via a mobile device app is a significant time and effort saver.
University of Auckland Business School is likewise impressed. Much of the school’s infrastructure is managed by Eugene Chan, Deputy Director Digital Services. Chan’s team has to manage over 150 physical and virtual servers, along with hundreds of virtual desktops—all this to meet the needs of 600 staffers and some 12,000 students.
The less you spend on core IT functions, the more time you can find on discovering innovative technologies that will give your school a competitive advantage and a bright future. Some of this could be a greater move to virtual servers, private clouds, virtual desktops, and cloud services. Making IT efficient should give you more leeway with your budget.
Highland is the oldest College in the state of Kansas. But that doesn’t mean its technology is old. Quite the contrary. Highland now uses Pulseway to manage systems for 3,200 students through smartphones and tablets. Key things the school looks for are CPU and memory use metrics, logged in/active users, and for general monitoring and visibility.