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ClearCube Launches EndPoint Manager Software for Windows 10 IoT Thin Clients

ClearCube Technology, Inc. today announced the release of EndPoint Manager, a management software that simplifies administrator workload, navigates the landscape surrounding endpoints, offers performance indicators, and guides decisions to effectively manage Thin Clients in Windows 10 IoT environments.

Leveraging over 20 years of experience in providing centralized and virtualized computing solutions, ClearCube has recognized the need for top-notch endpoint device performance in time and mission-critical environments. Rising demand in smart IT practices has also introduced the need for a single platform that could manage endpoints en masse to reduce or eliminate duplicate management efforts, and EndPoint Manager (EPM) was designed to meet these requirements.

"Many organizations found it difficult to keep up with managing and maintaining Thin Clients in Windows 10 IoT environments" said Doug Layne VP of Global Sales at ClearCube Technology. "ClearCube EndPoint Manager software is purpose-built to improve security and simplify Thin Clients management, enabling administrators to easily deploy, manage, configure, scale and provision thin clients in complex Windows 10 IoT environments" he said.

EPM's comprehensive dashboard allows administrators to configure, monitor and control thousands of Thin Clients from a single console. EPM improves security and efficiency, reduces complexity and ensures availability of endpoint deployments. Some of the EPMs capabilities include:

  1. Managing multiple profiles for groups of devices.
  2. Managing endpoint and server connections.
  3. Complete imaging of endpoint devices.
  4. Pre-boot OS authentication with industry standard security protocols.

Expertise required to fully understand and implement EPM software is minimal, decreasing the complex layering and administrative red-tape that otherwise comes with IT solutions.

Published Thursday, February 28, 2019 8:11 AM by David Marshall
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