Choos­ing the Right Re­mote Man­age­ment So­lu­tion

There are plenty of so­lu­tions to con­sider for re­mote server man­age­ment which are unique in their own right but can also be used to­gether in cer­tain sit­u­a­tions

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IT man­agers have a lot on their plates when it comes to man­ag­ing servers both in-house and re­motely, es­pe­cially if they work in en­vi­ron­ments where they need ac­cess to mul­ti­ple sys­tems re­gard­less of whether they are on-site or at a sep­a­rate lo­ca­tion. Most of the com­pa­nies are shift­ing to web-cen­tric com­put­ing to sup­port their ex­tended en­ter­prises. This shift has led to the phe­nom­e­non of data cen­ter sprawl - the pro­lif­er­a­tion of large, mul­ti­plat­form, het­ero­ge­neous IT in­fras­truc­tures with geo- graph­i­cally dis­trib­uted ap­pli­ca­tions and hu­man re­sources. Man­ag­ing all of these servers and pe­riph­er­als have be­come even more of a chal­lenge as is­sues of se­cu­rity, re­li­a­bil­ity, and ser­vice abil­ity have grown in im­por­tance for IT man­agers and CIOs.

For­tu­nately, there are plenty of so­lu­tions to con­sider for re­mote server man­age­ment that are unique from one an­other but can also be used to­gether in cer­tain sit­u­a­tions to cover all the bases. www.dqin­dia.com 49

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