The #1-Rated RMM, 11 Times in a Row
Make your team more effective with RMM software that automates IT management, drives technician efficiency, and improves your bottom line.
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Keep endpoints secure and devices up-to-date by automating Windows, Mac, and Linux operating system patch management. Easily configure patching preferences with the most granular patch management workflow in the industry. Easily deploy and automatically update the most common third-party applications across endpoints.
Identify and resolve issues before your clients know what happened with powerful IT infrastructure monitoring. Create custom alerts, automatically generate notifications and tickets, and get up-to-the-minute endpoint health, performance, and systems data for IT asset management, reporting, and endpoint management.
Provide you clients with peace of mind through Ninja’s built-in cloud file and folder backup solution.
Ben Estephan, President, InHouse-Support
At NinjaOne, we put our partners first – that’s why our partners rated NinjaRMM the best RMM software on the G2 Grid for remote monitoring and management software. Not only that, we’ve been ranked #1 in customer support year over year, with an average customer satisfaction score of 98 / 100.
Spend less time (and money) on repetitive, time-consuming tasks.
NinjaOne simplifies IT operations, enabling MSPs to manage endpoints efficiently, leverage automation, and scale profitably.
NinjaRMM provides the core device monitoring and management capabilities of the Ninja platform, giving you full visibility and control over managed IT assets.
By giving you a natively unified RMM, ticketing, documentation, and backup solution, NinjaOne ensures all your core tools work together efficiently.
What is RMM?
RMM is short for "remote monitoring and management." As the name implies, RMM software is used to do two things: a) gather information from remote endpoints and networks to assess their health; and b) perform various remote IT management tasks on them without disruption.
RMM solutions are most widely used by managed services providers (MSPs). These professionals provide IT support to clients in different locations, and they need a fast, reliable way of doing that without having to be physically present in client offices providing on-site support.
With workforces becoming increasingly distributed, however, it's also becoming more and more common to see internal IT departments also utilizing RMM tools.
Why do you need an RMM?
Under the right conditions and management, RMM software can help IT providers completely transform their operations, making them more efficient, more effective, and — in the case of MSPs — more profitable. Here are a few of the benefits of using RMM software that IT providers value most:
Complete visibility and control from a central location: That makes it possible for even small MSPs or IT departments to support, secure, and manage large numbers of systems no matter where they’re located.
Comprehensive IT management via a single pane of glass: Thanks to integrations with endpoint security, backup, PSA, and other software, RMM dashboards can serve as a central control panel, dramatically cut down on the number of screens techs and admins have to toggle back and forth between during the day.
Automation makes support scalable: Streamlining and automating workflows frees techs from time-consuming manual tasks and empowers them to support more users and endpoints.
Proactive rather than reactive support: RMM software allows service providers to escape the disruptive cycle of constantly putting out fires, and instead helps them get ahead of potential issues and avoid downtime and disruption altogether (find out how the right RMM can help you transition from providing break/fix support to generating recurring revenue with managed services).
What is management and monitoring?
Within the context of an RMM, management refers to managing any device, on any network, from any location
NinjaRMM lets you manage any device on any network from wherever you are using our web application, desktop companion app, or mobile application, often without interrupting end-users. Our suite of remote management tools give you hands-on, silent access to endpoints for remediation via:
Monitoring refers to monitoring your managed devices and having the ability to automatically create tickets, notify technicians, or trigger remediations when problems are found. Monitors are completely customizable across devices and include:
What is remote monitoring services?
Remote monitoring services provide the tools to monitor your IT infrastructure from anywhere. NinjaRMM provides this capability from a single-pane-of-glass and allows you to create custom alerts based on system performance. The NinjaRMM platform monitors:
What is remote management tools?
Remote management tools allow you to remotely manage a device or a network from a remote location. NinjaRMM lets you manage any device on any network from wherever you are using our web application, desktop companion app, or mobile application, often without interrupting end-users. Our suite of remote management tools give you hands-on, silent access to endpoints for remediation via:
What is meant by remote maintenance?
Remote maintenance with RMM software allows technicians to deploy software, manage updates, run scripts, and remotely connect to machines to troubleshoot and fix problems without interrupting the end user.
Do RMM tools pose a security risk?
No. Security risks can be created by how RMM tools are used (or misused).