PowerON intros cloud device management and insight tools

Pulse DMS and Pulse OM will be offered under the Pulse umbrella of services

PowerOn has revealed details of its Pulse suite of services, comprising its Pulse DMS (device management and security) and Pulse OM (operational monitoring) products, both hosted in the cloud for complete flexibility.

The company's Pulse DMS is a cloud-based device migration, management and security solution, which means admins can carry out tasks via a network connection. It works on a subscription model, operating on Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager and Azure to help businesses get up and running faster and works with devices running Windows 7 through to 10 and Windows 2012 R2 through to 2016.

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Pulse OM is a cloud monitoring service that injects the health, performance and availability data from a company's servers and workloads into a unified platform so insights can be analysed instantly from one place.

"We're really pleased with the feedback so far on Pulse from both customers, partners and Microsoft alike," Chris Lim, product solutions director at PowerON said. "For a long time businesses and organisations have been asking whether it's possible to have the functionality of System Center, delivered as a service, similar to the benefits that have been achieved with products such as Exchange Online. We're delighted to have been able to make this happen."

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Both products have been created following the company's acquisition of cloud-based IT infrastructure monitoring product Tibana's IP from Nubigenus. PowerON has finessed the products to make them more in line with its existing portfolio, launching them with the company's branding, under the Pulse umbrella.

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"With Pulse DMS, our customers evaluating Windows 10 deployments are seeing great value in the cost benefits analysis savings, especially with the speed at which we can deploy and secure devices directly from the internet, whilst eliminating on-premise infrastructure maintenance," Lim added.

"There's no doubt these products will save a huge variety of businesses, as well as public sector organisations, both time and money."

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