System Center 2012 Configuration Manager
Microsoftâ€™s most recent version of its systems management product can help you empower individuals to use the devices and applications they need while maintaining the corporate compliance and control your organization requires. By adding a layer of abstraction that delivers to the user rather than the device, System Center 2012 Configuration Manager (ConfigMgr) helps you enable users to be productive with a unified infrastructure that delivers and manages user experiences across corporate and consumer devices.
Seeing consumerization as a reality, ConfigMgrâ€™s infrastructure provides the means to deliver and manage user experiences based on identity, connectivity, and type of deviceâ€” without giving up the control you need to protect corporate assets. Here are the benefits System Center 2012 Configuration Manager delivers:
â–¶ Empowers users to be productive from anywhere on any device ConfigMgr manages a wide range of mobile devices using a single administration console for policies, asset management, and compliance reporting. The product provides optimized and personalized application delivery, based on user identity, device type, and network capabilities. ConfigMgr allows users to securely self-provision applications on demand using an easy-to-use web catalog.
â–¶ Unifies the management infrastructure, integrating client management and protection against mobile, physical, and virtual environments ConfigMgr provides you with a single tool to manage all your client environments.
This version of ConfigMgr consolidates inventory management, software delivery, antimalware, vulnerability prevention and remediation, and compliance reporting, using a single infrastructure.
Integration with System Center 2012 Service Manager helps improve user satisfaction with integrated help desk capabilities.
â–¶ Simplifies administration The new release of ConfigMgr uses the System Center standard â€œOutlookâ€ style user interface.
System Center 2012 Configuration Manager organizes administrative tasks by role, allows administrators to define an application once for delivery across multiple devices, and provides continuous settings enforcement to automatically identify and remediate noncompliant machines.
This release includes scalability enhancements, reduces data latency, and consolidates server roles to improve infrastructure efficiency
In addition, System Center 2012 continues to become more integrated, including a common look and feel between the consoles of the various components, and with data integration between those components both operationally and in a consolidated data warehouse. This integration will continue to grow as System Center evolves and becomes more intertwined with cloud computing.
|May 30, 2020
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