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Intelligent Governance | Asset and distribution management
Need to manage IT assets appropriately and mitigate any related security risks?
JP1/IT Desktop Management 2 automatically collects various types of information, allowing you to manage it all in one place.
Automatically collect information about PCs and other devices connected to the network. The Home module of IT Desktop Management 2 shows important notifications and a summary of any changes made to the system as compared to the previous day.
The information that can be collected by this product includes information about hardware, software, and security. You can use the product to manage information not only from PCs and servers, but also from an increasingly diverse array of IT assets, including anything from virtual desktops and thin clients to smart devices. With JP1, you can efficiently detect devices when they are first connected to the network, as well as automatically apply changes made to management devices, to ensure that management information is always kept up to date. Moreover, JP1 helps ensure that licenses are managed properly. By keeping track of the number of software instances that are installed on your devices and the number of licenses you own, you can detect and address any shortage or excess in those licenses. JP1/IT Desktop Management 2 also checks the statuses of security measures to be applied to managed devices and automatically applies measures according to your security policies. These features eliminate or reduce security risks by ensuring thorough compliance with security measures on a daily basis.
With JP1, you can automatically collect information about hardware devices and software programs over the network. In addition to on-premises devices connected to the network, you can also manage notebook computers that are only occasionally connected to the network, as well as notebook computers, thin clients, and smart devices that are taken off-premises for remote work. Even contract-related information (such as the contract type and period) can be registered and managed in association with the relevant IT assets.
JP1 can automatically identify what software is installed on managed PCs and then incorporate this information to show you the number of licenses you own, the number of licenses in use, and the number of licenses still available. You can check this data to make sure you are not using any software programs in excess of the licenses that you have purchased. JP1 also allows you to identify the PCs on which a program has been installed but to which no license has been allocated.
JP1 allows you to manage contract information (contract type, start and end dates, status, etc.) in association with managed IT assets. Actual contract documents can be scanned and the resulting electronic data can then be saved as an attachment to the contract information. This means that, instead of having to search for physical documents, you can quickly and easily check the contents of a contract from JP1.
JP1 can be used to collect information about the types of devices being used at your company, including PCs and servers. You can keep data about your IT assets up to date simply by registering new devices and maintaining information about persons managing existing devices. You can also output this information to a list that can be used when checking for actual devices, making inventory processes more efficient.
When a problem occurs on a PC at a remote site, you can solve the problem remotely from the convenience of your own desk. Remote connectivity allows you to send and receive required data to and from PCs. You can even record a video of your remote operations to use later when explaining the process to other users.
You can use JP1 to automatically distribute and install software on your company's remote PCs and servers. JP1 provides a wide array of functions that allow you to distribute software to only a specific subset of PCs (for example, PCs belonging to a particular department) and to specify the date and time when software is to be distributed and installed. With these and many other detailed settings, JP1 allows you to customize your software distribution operations.
You can use JP1 to postpone the application of Windows 10 feature updates or to disable automatic updates. This prevents your OSs from being updated automatically, thereby lightening the load on the network when an update is distributed and allowing you to control the timing of updates. As a result, you can apply OS updates in a planned manner with a minimum impact on business operations, even in a large-scale environment.
When a Windows feature update program is downloaded to the administrator's PC, you can distribute the update to multiple PCs according to a plan that places minimal load on the network. You can then apply the update in a batch operation, on a date and time that you specify in advance. In this way, you can control the application of Windows feature updates to PCs within your company.
JP1 allows you to collect information from smart devices (such as smartphones and tablets) and manage them together with other devices such as computers and servers. You can even remotely control smart devices by, for example, installing applications, locking or initializing lost devices, and resetting forgotten passcodes.
You can collect information about each smart device you manage, such as the device's OS, its serial number, and the contact information listed in the contract. You can manage this information from the same window that you use to manage PCs and servers.
When smart devices are used for work, you inevitably incur some risks. JP1's functions for controlling smart devices help you mitigate these risks. For example, when someone loses a smart device, you can ensure that anyone who happens to pick up the lost device will not be able to use it, such as by locking the device or initializing it to prevent information leaks. You can also reset forgotten passcodes and forcibly install apps required for work. All of these operations can be performed remotely.
With JP1/IT Desktop Management 2, you can collect information from managed PCs, such as information about security vulnerabilities, prohibited operations, and information leakage. JP1 helps you form a clear picture as to whether the security risks facing each of your PCs are being effectively mitigated.
Operations that allow someone to obtain internal company information, potentially disclosing such information to parties outside the company, pose a risk of information leakage. Examples of such operations include uploading data to an external website, sending email, and copying data to a USB memory device. JP1 identifies these types of operations as "suspicious operations" and notifies administrators, who can then trace the operations by examining the operations logs.
With JP1, you can permit the use of only USB memory devices owned by the company, prohibiting the use of all other USB memory devices. In other words, if someone inserts an unauthorized USB memory device, use of the device will be disabled. This feature limits the ability of USB memory devices to act as a pathway for information to leak outside the company. JP1 also allows you to check a list of the files stored on each USB memory device that you are managing.
You can use JP1 to prevent PCs that you are not managing from connecting to the network, ensuring that privately owned PCs cannot access the company network even by accident. You can also automate the process for verifying that all appropriate security measures have been implemented on a particular managed PC before that PC is allowed access to the network.
As JP1 allows you to verify that all required security measures have been implemented, if an unsafe PC is found, you can send a message to the user of that PC to request that the necessary security measures be applied. Furthermore, if there are PCs that are at risk because their antivirus software is not up to date, you can distribute and install the latest version of that software on these PCs.
When the automatic Windows quality update function is disabled, JP1 can automatically enable it so that the latest Windows quality updates are installed. If there is a specific Windows quality update that you do not want to install, you can select which Windows quality updates are to be distributed and installed.
Windows quality updates can be distributed and installed on PCs that you are managing. As long as the management server is connected to the Internet, the entire process can be automated.
As new Windows quality updates become available, they are automatically added to the update list.
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