ManageEngine Desktop Central is #1 ranked solution in top Client Desktop Management tools
and #4 ranked solution in top Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) tools
. PeerSpot users give ManageEngine Desktop Central an average rating of 8 out of 10.
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What is ManageEngine Desktop Central?
What is ManageEngine Desktop Central?
ManageEngine Desktop Central is a desktop management solution that offers a central management system for desktops, servers, laptops, smartphones, and tablets. It is a unified endpoint management (UEM) solution that can be scaled according to each organization's needs. Desktop Central is a modern approach to traditional desktop management services in that it offers in-depth and customizable options for regular endpoint management routines regarding automating software deployment, installing patches, and deploying OS.
In addition to automating endpoint management routines, ManageEngine Desktop Central offers management of assets and software licenses, management of USB device usage, monitoring of software usage statistics, and more. The solution supports Mac, Windows, and Linux operating systems, and users can manage all of their iOS, Windows, and Android devices, including smartphones and tablets, from a single console. Users can also apply restrictions on camera usage, application installations, and browsers while securing devices by requiring a passcode.
Benefits of ManageEngine Desktop Central
ManageEngine Desktop Central offers many benefits for users looking for a centralized desktop management solution. These benefits include:
Software management: Using thousands of preset application templates, users can deploy software to all endpoints within their network in a few clicks.
Endpoint security: Users can strengthen their endpoint security by monitoring browsers, controlling devices and applications in their network, and continuously evaluating vulnerabilities.
Configurations: Desktop Central offers more than 25 preset configurations, including Security Policies, Power Management, etc.
Patch Management: Automate patch deployment to secure enterprise networks.
IT Asset Management: Track warranty details and licensing while managing hardware and software resources in the network.
Remote Control: Remote desktops can be troubleshot with multi-user collaboration, video recording, file transfer, and more.
Mobile Device Management: Mobile devices can be centrally managed and configured securely.
Modern Management: Users can unify endpoint management using a similar approach by managing Windows 10 devices and mobile phones.
OS Imaging and Deployment: Users can automatically image and deploy OS software on Windows devices.
Reviews from Real Users
Users love ManangeEngine Desktop Central because of its ability to manage thousands of desktops from a central location.
A manager of information technology at an engineering company writes, "It's a complete product that allows you to remote troubleshoot, has an inventory of systems."
An IT systems manager at Algorythma notes, "The most important feature we found to be useful in the COVID situation is the secure connection, which gives the IT support staff the ability to seamlessly connect with the users remotely and in a secure way."
ManageEngine Desktop Central was previously known as Desktop Central, ManageEngine Desktop Management MSP.
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ManageEngine Desktop Central Customers
Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Strathallan School, BMI Healthcare, Comercial Kywi, First Priority Federal Credit Union, Gerab National Enterprises
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