Single-agent, single-console technology for enterprise endpoint management
IBM® Endpoint Manager for Lifecycle Management is single-agent, single-console technology that provides near real-time visibility into the state of endpoints.
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Lightweight, scalable architecture that can do the work of ten tools in one for hundreds
to hundreds of thousands of endpoints
Create dynamic situational awareness about changing conditions in the infrastructure. You can run distributed scans on the entire network to identify all IP-addressable devices
Policy-based distribution and closed-loop verification of software packages. Automate software distribution for Windows, UNIX, Linux, and Mac OS platforms from a single point of control, reducing new implementation and upgrade projects to days/weeks vs. years/months
Deliver patches to distributed endpoints regardless of their location, connection type or status. The software delivers patches for Windows, UNIX, Linux and Mac OS and for applications from vendors including Adobe, Mozilla, Apple and Java, including off-line virtual machines
Deploy Windows images to new workstations, notebooks and servers as well as OS migration and refresh for existing endpoints. The solution agent installs the required software, enforces security configuration policies and applies critical patches.
Provide support and control for Windows and Linux desktops, notebooks and servers throughout the distributed environment from a central location. System management and troubleshooting, remote diagnostics and remote desktop capabilities are provided.
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Murtuza Choilawala is lead for Product Management and Strategy for IBM Endpoint Manager and Mobility solutions.Prior to current role he was product manager for Lifecycle Management . He most recently managed the launch of the IBM SmartCloud Provisioning and IBM Virtual Desktop solutions. Prior to his current role, Murtuza was part of the IBM Tivoli Global Response Team helping customers resolve critical situations and providing technical support on various Tivoli products. Murtuza has authored 11 IBM Redbooks and is an active presenter at various events. Murtuza holds both a Bachelors and Diploma in Computer Engineering from Mumbai University, India. Outside work he enjoys photography, camping and outdoor activities, he is also active member of his community.
Antonio Gallotti is the Senior Product Manager of IEM for Software Use Analysis. He joined IBM in late 1990 starting as a programmer on mainframe products and grew his career within IBM SWG development organization expanding technical knowledge expertise in System Management and taking Senior leadership roles as Development, Release and Support Mgr. on various product offerings for mainframe and distributed platforms. In 2003 he moved to the Product Management organization taking product management ownership of various number of IBM products. While not working, Antonio enjoys spending time with his family, practicing swimming and he is also very active in his neighborhood and community church associations in support of social programs. Antonio and his family live in Rome. Italy.
Michael Gare is a Product Manager with more than 20 years of experience with global organizations including Computerland, Nortel Networks and IBM. Mike has a broad range of experience in Telecommunications, Mobile technologies, Data Center Automation and Cloud Computing. He has performed a variety of leadership roles, all of which, involved working directly with customers. He is currently a software product manager in IBM responsible for Tivoli Provisioning Manager, IBM Endpoint Manager for Patch Management and IBM Endpoint Manager for Server Automation.