Unified Endpoint Management

Quest Enhances KACE Product Line to Simplify Unified Endpoint Management

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Quest Software, a global systems management and security software provider, today announced several enhancements to its KACE product line. The updates enable and empower organizations as they move to a unified endpoint management (UEM) environment by simplifying their endpoint infrastructure to create a more secure computing environment. The enhancements to KACE Cloud Mobile Device Management (MDM) and the release of KACE Systems Deployment Appliance (SDA) v6.0 introduce new functionality for easy-to-use, comprehensive, multi-platform endpoint and asset management.

The latest update to KACE MDM allows businesses to easily manage and secure Android and Apple iOS devices, whether they are corporate owned and deployed, or employee-owned devices under a "bring your own device" program. With KACE SDA v6.0, organizations save time and reduce the complexity of OS image deployments with simple, automated provisioning and administration of system images.

 

SentinelOne Extends Autonomous Endpoint Protection to All Cloud Environments

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SentinelOne, the autonomous endpoint protection company, today unveiled AnyCloud, enabling organizations to run the SentinelOne endpoint management platform in any public, private or hybrid cloud infrastructure. The new SentinelOne management console is natively supported on AWS public cloud, but with AnyCloud, customers can now deploy the entire stack to their private clouds, data centers or in a hybrid cloud fashion.

"SentinelOne is the only endpoint management platform that can be flexibly deployed in various configurations," said Tomer Weingarten, CEO and co-founder, SentinelOne. "We are committed to not only being deployable in any cloud - but also protecting each and every cloud. As more and more customers move critical data and workflows into the cloud, SentinelOne is purpose-built to provide prevention, detection and response capabilities with the broadest platform coverage for servers."

Advantech and IGEL Offer Easy-to-Manage Cloud Computing Solutions for the Healthcare Sector

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IGEL, a world leader in endpoint management software for the secure enterprise, and Advantech, a leading provider of medical computing solutions, today announced an ongoing development and technology partnership. The result of the partner collaboration will be shown for the first time at the world's largest medical fair - MEDICA - to be held in Düsseldorf, Germany, from Nov. 13-16, where Advantech's point-of-care (POC) medical computer will be demonstrated with the IGEL OS. The solution combines Advantech's hardware expertise and IGEL's software know-how to enable unique endpoint management capabilities especially designed for the healthcare sector.

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HEAT Software Improves Security, Efficiency and Productivity Across Portfolio

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HEAT Software, a company that's leading the unification of Cloud Service Management (CSM) and Unified Endpoint Management (UEM), today announced significant updates to three of its core IT software solutions: HEAT Endpoint Management and Security Suite (EMSS), HEAT Service Management (SM), and HEAT Desktop and Server Management (DSM).

EMSS 8.5 delivers defense-in-depth endpoint security with simplified endpoint management, while offering added protection against targeted attacks. EMSS 8.5 further reduces complexity for both security and IT operations teams, optimizes TCO & operational efficiencies, improves visibility and delivers control back to IT.

Improvements delivered in the new EMSS 8.5 release include: