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baramundi software AG is at CeBIT 2017 to unveil the latest version of its popular Management Suite. Besides numerous improvements and optimized Windows support, there’s a special new feature in store: web-enabled endpoint management.

28 Feb. 2017
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As more and more business processes are digitalized, this broadens the remit of administrators and IT officers. Timely updates, reliable networking, performance factors and of course security issues are just some of the items on their to-do list. Thankfully, an efficient, secure and above all cross-platform management solution for all working environments can go a long way toward lightening the load. And that is precisely what baramundi software AG from Augsburg has to offer. The company has packed client management, mobile device management and endpoint security into its Management Suite to form a future-focused, end-to-end unified approach to endpoint management. All these features are mapped in one common interface with uniform standards and backed up on a single database. Now baramundi is showcasing the latest, upgraded version of its Management Suite that’s packed with new features at CeBIT 2017 in Hannover.

Besides a host of improvements and optimized Windows support, the new version also boasts a special new feature: web-enabled endpoint management. Until now, the only way administrators could connect to clients over the Internet was by using a VPN connection. However, as this requires active input from the end user, there is no way of guaranteeing regular access. Using web-enabled endpoint management, administrators can now reach devices for key administration tasks, even if they are not on the company’s network and can’t be accessed via a VPN connection. As a result, computers used by field staff, home-workers and employees at small branch offices can now be accessed for regular administration and across-the-board updates.