Verismic has launched a sleek, more focused user interface for its award-winning Cloud Management Suite (CMS) and two new features: multisite vRep and patch grouping. Hailed byMSPmentor.net as “the first and only endpoint device management software that requires no software agent on end-user devices” and defined by Network Computing Magazine as “a refreshing new approach to endpoint management which does away with the excess baggage associated with traditional solutions,” the award-winning all-in-one cloud-based software simplifies endpoint management, reduces costs and boosts productivity.
“The new UI and these latest updates allow our clients even more immediate access to all the functionality they use every day,” says Verismic president and CEO, Ashley Leonard. “Our team is meeting our clients’ needs by seamlessly updating their environment to be more interactive and intuitive so they can confidently and conveniently manage their IT needs today and into the future.”
Verismic’s cloud-based IT management software is an easy-to-install and easy-to-use solution that can meet the needs of one-person IT shops, larger IT teams and managed service providers (MSPs) alike. It is accessible from any supported web browser with no software to install.
Verismic made additional room in the new user interface for more innovative features down the road, paving the way for clients to be more proactive in their IT management. Along with the streamlined user interface, recent updates to CMS include these two main features:
- Multisite vRep, which allows clients to complete tasks like patch updates or deploy software to sites that cannot see each other due to isolated subnets or conflicting IP address ranges. Clients have control over which virtual representative handles each environment from a single dashboard.
- Patch Grouping, which was developed to increase clients’ efficiency. It allows clients to bring together a large list of patches into one group and treat them as a single unit that clients can reuse whenever necessary.
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