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Desktop Central featured in 2021 Gartner Peer Insights Customers' Choice for UEM

At ManageEngine, customer satisfaction is not just a promise, but also a driving force behind everything we do. From resolving bugs to delivering a seamless experience, we always look forward to hearing what our users think about our solutions. That’s why we’re delighted to announce that ManageEngine Desktop Central has been recognized as a Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice for Unified Endpoint Management Tools. To all of our customers who reviewed us, we want to say thank you!

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Security operations center, Part 3: Finding your weakest link

Any organization with data assets is a possible target for an attacker. Hackers use various forms of advanced cyberattack techniques to obtain valuable company data; in fact, a study by the University of Maryland showed that a cyberattack takes place every 39 seconds, or 2,244 times a day on average. This number has increased exponentially since the COVID-19 pandemic forced most employees to work remotely, and drastically increased the attack surface of organizations around the world.

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5 reasons integrated patch and vulnerability management mitigates risks swiftly and efficiently

ESG research on cyber risk management, which involved 340 cybersecurity professionals, revealed that 40 percent felt tracking patch and vulnerability management over time was their biggest challenge.

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ManageEngine makes the cut again for unified endpoint management

There’s no doubt in my mind that Gartner Midmarket Context: Magic Quadrant report is the most important of all Magic Quadrants up to this point. With COVID-19 forcing a large amount of the workforce worldwide to move from their offices to work-from-home environments, unified endpoint management and security has been essential in enabling businesses to continue to operate securely. At ManageEngine, we are constantly evolving our solutions to meet these dynamic market needs.

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Security operations center, Part 2: Life of a SOC analyst

In the first part of this blog series, we saw a brief overview of what a security operations center (SOC) is and how it operates. In this part, we’ll take a look at the typical activities that SOC analysts carry out every day to protect their organization from constantly evolving cyber threats and the skill sets that come in handy in effectively carrying out their duties.

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Streamline project management with advanced analytics for Jira Software

Managing projects isn’t an easy task, particularly if you’re managing parallel projects with inter-team dependencies. Lack of visibility coupled with difficulty in obtaining the right metrics on time can make it nearly impossible for project teams to track issues, action items, and risks, often resulting in projects running behind schedule, overshooting budgets, or worse, getting stalled due to unforeseen problems.

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Windows network monitoring made easy with OpManager

Network administrators are responsible for the day-to-day operation of computer networks at organizations of any size and scale. Their primary duty is to manage, monitor, and keep a close watch on the network infrastructure to prevent and minimize downtime. Managing a network includes monitoring all the network components, including Windows devices. In any Windows network, the desktops, servers, virtual servers, and virtual machines (VMs), like Hyper-V, run on the Windows operating system.

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5 trends that will define endpoint management in 2021 and beyond

2020 was a year of tremendous dejection and disruption. Imagine if you had told your organization’s upper management that they had to switch their 10,000 or 20,000 strong corporate office to the virtual world back in January 2020. They would have flipped. Despite all the fear and loss that 2020 brought, we capitalized on the opportunities. And even a year later, there are still possibilities galore.

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Dangerous defaults that put your IT environment at risk: IT security under attack

In this blog in the “IT security under attack” series, we wanted to shed some light on an unfamiliar and seldom discussed topic in IT security: the default, out-of-the-box configurations in IT environments that may be putting your network and users at risk. Default settings, and why the initial configuration is not the most secure