SolarWinds launches mobile toolset for IT administrators
Manage by mobile
Buying Rove has given them access to more powerful management tools
Management software vendor SolarWinds has released Version 7 of its Mobile Admin software following the acquisition of Rove’s mobile IT management product set.
SolarWinds Mobile Admin software is designed specifically to tackle the security issues created by mobile devices. It speaks to each device in its own language, with native applications for the most common mobile operating systems and a whole lexicon of remote fix capabilities.
The system is designed to help the modern IT manager to get more of his or her life back, after the problems of a mobile wokforce consumed all their waking moments, according to SolarWinds CEO Kevin Thompson.
“IT pros need to be available to evaluate and respond anytime, from anywhere,” says Thompson. A mobile admin platform that works with any system should help them cut swathes through all the trouble tickets and create some daylight.
Thousands of people use Mobile Admin to run their IT infrastructure from all kinds of devices, including iPhones, iPads, Android smartphones and tablets, BlackBerry smartphones and PlayBook (OS2) and Kindle Fires.
Mobile Admin now supports Amazon EC2, Microsoft Active Sync and SolarWinds network and server management products.
SolarWinds Mobile Admin 7.0 includes the following new features:
Support for Amazon EC2, Microsoft Active Sync, and SolarWinds Orion
Improved dashboard and notifications system with a new user interface
Instant notifications from Active Directory when a user is locked out for fast resolution
Better device integration including the ability to share Mobile Admin information
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