Centralized IT Management for State and Local Government
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Multiple agencies with differing needs
Remote and distributed employees and officials
Windows, Mac, Linux, SNMP, and virtual endpoints
Employees working out of office (LEO, First Responders, etc)
MSP co-managed IT environment
In addition to the diversity of server and networking devices used across agencies, staff and officials are all accessing government resources from endpoints with a wide variety of operating system, hardware, and software specifications. Ninja enables you to monitor and manage Windows, Mac, and Linux endpoints, servers, network devices, laptops, and virtual machines all from a single-pane-of-glass.
Every year IT teams are expected to deliver an ever increasing number of IT services in a cost-effective and efficient manner. Ninja replaces many of the point solutions used by IT teams in government to deliver infrastructure management and support services, leading to lower software license costs, reduced solution complexity, and a smaller attack surface.
Visibility is often seen as the baseline for IT security. Ninja gives you full visibility into your IT asset portfolio so you always know the health, performance, and status of the endpoints you manage. Automated patching, software deployment, and device configuration functionality allow you to harden your endpoints and keep critical data secured, setting a baseline for next generation security products.
On endpoint devices, there are countless processes happening simultaneously. Some are visible to users, others remain hidden but play crucial roles in ensuring smooth computer operations. One such invisible yet
Middleware plays a critical role in the functioning of applications and systems, yet its function can be quite complex. The goal of this blog post is to demystify middleware, explain