We performed a comparison between Continuum Command and N-able N-central based on real PeerSpot user reviews.
Find out in this report how the two Remote Monitoring and Management Software solutions compare in terms of features, pricing, service and support, easy of deployment, and ROI.
"The most valuable features are RMM and patch management. However, the main reason we have been using this solution is that they are the only provider of RMM that has an outsourced NOC and help desk. This has been very useful."
"The user interface is the first valuable feature. The integration is the second valuable feature. The integration that you are doing with the products needs to be very certain. There shouldn't be any glitches. There are different software out there that will give you an option called scripting and ask you to do a hundred different things to set up a script for a particular customer. With Continuum, everything is done a single way. You just select the clients, script, and machine, and then you just go and deploy. The best part of Continuum is that it is not just a software company. It is a pure services company. It is an RMM software; it isn't used as a PSA. The software is just a part of the service offering. This is the difference between all other service providers out there and Continuum. Continuum is basically providing services. Continuum doesn't sell the software."
"The most valuable feature is the patching solution."
"The most valuable feature of N-able N-central is the many options it has."
"I would like to see the incorporation of the dashboards for other products that they work with into the main dashboard."
"They can include support for vaulting, where you can actually document the entire infrastructure, including servers, desktops, networks, passwords, maps, diagrams, and customer information. Continuum has integrated everything, and you have to use a PSA. Continuum has a ticketing system and an RMM. They could integrate the functionality for IT documentation. An MSP would want everything into one tool."
"The solution could improve by offering better overall management and dashboards."
"N-able N-central could improve the remote access, my technicians have complained about it. They have used other free tools instead to compensate, such as TeamViewer. Additionally, when using remote access on the web, it is lacking reports."
Continuum RMM is designed to let you remotely monitor and manage as many endpoints as you can close. Combined with the benefits of our unparalleled Network Operations Center (NOC), our proprietary IntelliMon software spares your tech’s time by automating the ticketing and alerting process, filtering out false positives and producing actionable tickets.
Conquer network complexity with uncompromising precision. N‑able™ N‑central® is our flagship remote monitoring and management platform that gives you the power to manage, automate, and protect at scale—and do more than you ever thought possible.
Continuum Command is ranked 9th in Remote Monitoring and Management Software with 3 reviews while N-able N-central is ranked 10th in Remote Monitoring and Management Software with 1 review. Continuum Command is rated 9.0, while N-able N-central is rated 10.0. The top reviewer of Continuum Command writes "Easy-to-use interface, simple integration, and good ROI". On the other hand, the top reviewer of N-able N-central writes "Responsive support, reliable, and plenty of features". Continuum Command is most compared with ConnectWise Automate, Kaseya VSA, N-able N-sight Remote Monitoring & Management, Datto Remote Monitoring and Management and NinjaOne, whereas N-able N-central is most compared with NinjaOne, ManageEngine Desktop Central, ConnectWise Automate, Kaseya VSA and Fortinet FortiGate Cloud.
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