Desktop Management

Systems management for desktop and laptop computers. Keeping users' computers in large enterprises up-to-date is a mammoth task, especially the never-ending upgrading of system software to prevent security  breaches.

Desktop management caters to end users' demands in terms of mobility and flexibility when accessing their desktops, applications and other data across multiple devices and platforms. Several DM tools and applications have already been released by various developers and cloud service providers. Although the applications are varied, all of them serve the same end purpose and may have the following primary functions: Fault Management: Manages troubleshooting, error logging and data recovery.

Configuration Management: Handles the hardware and software compatibilities of the system.
Performance Management: Monitors the performance of each and every application that runs in your desktop.
Security Management: Managing security issues

What is a desktop management tool?

Desktop management is a comprehensive approach to managing all the computers within an organization. Despite its name, desktop management includes overseeing laptops and other computing devices as well as desktop computers. Other components of systems management include network management and database management.

What does Desktop Management mean?

Desktop management (DM) is a cloud computing service that allows the proper administration of various virtual desktop resources. It is made up of software tools that will help the end user to minimize time and manage cost while providing a simple, fast and reliable virtual desktop performance. Most of the DMs are based on a standard framework called desktop management interface (DMI), which guides DM developers in managing and tracking components in a desktop.