Adaptiva boosts network security for remote work

Adaptiva is extending health checks and remediation capabilities to remote endpoints that are disconnected from the corporate network.

Adaptiva, a provider of endpoint management and security solutions for enterprise customers, is releasing a new version of Endpoint Health, extending health checks and remediation capabilities to remote endpoints that are disconnected from the corporate network.

This ensures that all endpoints remain compliant and properly configured at all times, addressing the hybrid “work from anywhere” environments that are the new post-COVID-19 norm. 

“The pandemic has fundamentally altered how enterprise employees work, and endpoint management has suffered as a result, which puts corporate networks at risk,” says Deepak Kumar, Founder and CEO of Adaptiva.

“We fixed this problem by ensuring that any machine or device an employee uses can stay compliant and secure regardless of their environment. Adaptiva provides health checks and remediations at massive speed and scale without impacting the network, ensuring that business traffic is unaffected and endpoints continue to run at peak performance. All that’s needed is an internet connection.”

The latest version of Endpoint Health arrives as organisations increasingly shift to cloud-based services due to benefits like greater flexibility, lower costs, and the ability to modernize their endpoint management systems.

Endpoint Health offers complete visibility into all endpoints in real time while continuing to leverage Adaptiva’s peer-to-peer architecture for the industry’s fastest and most effective remediation experience.

Endpoint Health proactively detects and fixes issues as they arise to ensure an enterprise’s estate always stays healthy and it lets IT teams achieve extraordinary results with unlimited custom health checks and remediation capabilities.  

The new version of Endpoint Health offers a number of new features and capabilities, including:

  • Support for work from home
  • New user interface
  • Embedded dashboards
  • Additional health checks.
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