ManageEngine offers licensed utilities to assist the IT administrator in network, server, application, and desktop management, but many apps are also free.
Written by Max Hetrick
ManageEngine is a commercial software management provider that offers many tools and utility suites to assist IT administrators in managing networks and software on Windows desktops. ManageEngine is owned by Zoho Corporation, which is commonly known for providing business and productivity applications. Although much of ManageEngine's software is licensed, the company also offers a free downloads section.
Combined with a remote mobile system management tool, users can oversee their backups from beneath the shade of a beach umbrella.
Written by Chris Smith
The underlying idea behind mobile computing is to give people the tools to make better use of their time, regardless of where they happen to be—in the car, on a plane, or waiting for a delayed flight (as I am now while writing this article). Mobile devices, however, have limited functionality. Thus, applications running on mobile devices will likely have to change to make computing simpler. High availability provider Maxava appears to be well ahead of the power curve on this user trajectory.
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