Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager can help you maintain corporate compliance and control while empowering employees to use the devices and applications they need to be productive.
Configuration Manager provides key management capabilities around application delivery, desktop virtualization, device management, and security that make it possible to enable productivity amidst device proliferation – while also reducing costs.
- Empower user productivity
- Unify management and security infrastructure
- Simplify IT administration
In the 2012 release, Configuration Manager takes a new “user-centric” approach to application delivery. You can establish policies and relationship rules that allow Configuration Manager to evaluate user identity, application dependencies, device type, and network connection in order to deliver the optimum application experience to users from whatever device or devices they happen to be using.
Configuration Manager is key component of Microsoft Desktop Virtualization solutions. It provides asset, usage, and desired configuration management for personal and virtual desktops on a single infrastructure. It also integrates with Microsoft Application Virtualization (App-V) to deploy and manage virtual and physical applications, allowing you to easily scale application deployment throughout the enterprise as fully streamed virtual applications, locally delivered packages, or both.
Configuration Manager provides baseline management for all Exchange Active Synch (EAS) aware devices, helping your organization inventory, remote wipe, or enforce PIN codes from the same unified management infrastructure that you are using for your physical and virtual client management.
Configuration Manager serves as the management infrastructure for System Center 2012 Endpoint Protection. By aligning the client compliance and remediation capabilities of Configuration Manager with the antimalware and vulnerability protection features of Endpoint Protection, you can manage and protect your entire client infrastructure in a single solution. This consolidation can help you lower infrastructure costs and improve insight into the health and safety of your entire client environment.
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