February Newsletter – 2014

ManageEngine
Newsletter
February 2014
Password Self-Service for Mac OS X with login agent
Product
News & Updates

ServiceDesk Plus 9.0 rolls out with change workflow and other enhancements.

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MSPs, now you can securely manage the privileged passwords of your customers’ IT
assets from a single console yet maintain complete segregation using Password Manager Pro MSP Edition.

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DeviceExpert (v5.9) now supports seven new device models, including Aruba Controller, Juniper LoadBalancer, and Check Point GAiA Firewall.

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AssetExplorer 6.1 gains new features and enhancements.

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Windows services monitoring goes mobile with Server Health Monitor. Get the free
Android app here.

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Desktop Central’s mobile device management now includes iOS 7-specific policies and restrictions such as allowing/blocking of Airdrop, Touch ID, and more.

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ExchangeReporter Plus now supports Exchange 2013, so you can migrate to Exchange
2013 while obtaining usage statistics for all Exchange environments.

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Ensure high uptime of your ManageEngine product installation using Site24x7′s free service and start/stop monitoring processes from your mobile device.

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Analyst Blogs
Still with Windows XP? Your business is at stake!
Microsoft Under Nadella: Reimagining Mobile And Cloud, Finally.
When love is in the air, cyber-criminals are on the prowl
What VMware’s $1.54B Airwatch Acquisition Means for Enterprise Mobility.
IT Security and Auditing Framework – A Glass Half Full or Half Empty?

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