Remote Desktop Software For Mac
Managing a fleet of corporate Mac computers comes with its own set of challenges. Remote desktop software from SolarWinds MSP (formerly LOGICnow) can give managed service providers and IT professionals total control over Mac desktops, laptops and even mobile devices.
Remotely Managing a Mac
Here are some of the challenges often associated with the remote management of a Mac and how SolarWinds MSP provides easy, effective solutions.
Mountains of software have been designed for Windows machines, but it's a different story when it comes to Macs, and as such, there isn't quite the same visibility over Macs. This can present a problem for a remote support specialist tasked with managing a spread of Mac computers.
However, with SolarWinds MSP, you’ll see a full 360-degree view of each device — Macs and Windows — through a single pane of glass.
Many people incorrectly believe that Macs are immune to viruses. This false sense of security can lead to reckless or negligent online behavior.
SolarWinds MSP brings antivirus protection powered by Bitdefender to safeguard Mac devices.
Because of their popularity and price tag, Macs are a popular target among thieves. But with SolarWinds MSP, the data on those Macs is kept encrypted while at rest and while in transfer. So even if a device is stolen, the data inside remains safe.
Mac users who back up their files to the cloud typically do so with iCloud, Mac’s default storage center. But iCloud isn't suitable for business. With SolarWinds MSP, you’ll be able to remotely backup your client’s data to a hybrid cloud storage space using Deep Deduplication, Altered Data Tracking and WAN Optimization for a more trusted backup source.
SolarWinds MSP Remote Software
Remote desktop software from SolarWinds MSP allows you to manage Mac devices in a way that is fast, simple and secure. Explore all the possibilities that become realities with SolarWinds MSP software, or sign up free 30-day trial to experience it firsthand.
With SolarWinds MSP, remotely managing a Mac has never been easier.
Digital Trends: http://www.digitaltrends.com/computing/can-macs-get-viruses/