K1000 device discovery and inventory auto-discovers network-wide software and hardware configurations through managed agents or agentless network scanning, for the most complete computer inventory possible.
The K1000 offers three different deployment options, on premise via a physical or virtual appliance, hosted via K1000 as a Service. K1000 as a Service provides all the benefits of the K1000 appliance in an “as a service” delivery model. You simply pay for the number of devices managed on a subscription basis and Dell takes care of hosting the appliance.
K1000 patch management, powered by the industry's leading patch management solution, provides WSUS content parity, plus third party patches and Mac OS patches to deliver comprehensive and reliable patching that is also easy-to-use, affordable and designed to save you time.
The K1000 service desk provides easy to use, configurable and integrated functionality for managing ticketing and workflow for both incident-driven problem resolution, and task-based service activities.
The K1000 provides comprehensive and easy-to-use configuration policy management and enforcement for Windows, Mac and Linux systems.
The K1000 provides prepackaged reports and wizard-based reporting tools to easily generate routine and ad-hoc reports.
The K1000 can effectively manage remote offices without the need for dedicated hardware at those locations through remote replication and alternate download locations.
K1000 broadcast alerts can notify users of impending outages, systems updates or changes and can eliminate or augment voicemail messaging, ensuring users are provided with up-to-date system status reports.
K1000 organizational management allows administrators to define management domains based on the desired scope of device control for effective management in decentralized IT environments.
All K1000 administrative tasks are accomplished via an easy-to-use, familiar tab-based user interface allowing administrators to quickly accomplish a wide breadth of systems administration tasks.
The K1000 GO app empowers IT administrators and end users with the ability to access the K1000 from mobile devices. Now IT admins can provide desk-side service and in-field systems management, and end user can access knowledgebase articles and submit service desk tickets, regardless of location.
K1000 IT asset management unifies and automates non-computer and computer inventory and asset management processes from deployment to retirement, including asset data audit, tracking, compliance and reconciliation.
K1000 software distribution saves you time with remote administration, installation and distribution of any application, service pack, update, hotfix, or any digital asset to Windows, Mac and Linux desktops and servers.
The K1000 power management capabilities provide an easy-to-use wizard for creating power management policies that are distributed and enforced across Windows and MAC systems to provide energy cost savings and demonstrate a commitment to "Green IT."
K1000 security audit and enforcement provides advanced scripts and utilities that automatically find and remediate security vulnerabilities and enforce security policies.
K1000 administrative alerts can be configured to notify administrators of system related events that may require attention to prevent interruption of IT services.
K1000 remote control capabilities are important to distributed organizations that are resource constrained, as they allow the administrator to perform remote repair on problems without requiring travel or visits to service each effected systems.
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