Scalefusion Launches Linux Device Management

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ProMobi Technologies announced today that Scalefusion – its Unified Endpoint Management solution has now introduced Linux Device Management. Along with Android, iOS, Windows and macOS, enterprises can now manage their Linux devices with Scalefusion’s simple, intuitive dashboard.

Using Scalefusion Linux Device Management, IT admins can provision, secure and monitor Linux laptops, PCs and IoT devices. With Scalefusion for Linux, organizations can get actionable device information, perform remote actions, and run scripts for their Linux device fleet.

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“We have been getting quite a few requests for Linux management from many customers and we are elated to announce the launch of Scalefusion Linux Device Management. IT admins can get comprehensive insights into their Linux device inventory and configure Wi-Fi policies, USB/peripheral controls, password policies and run custom scripts besides being able to remotely restart/shutdown the device,” commented Sriram Kakarala, VP of Products at Scalefusion.

Enterprise IT teams can now leverage Scalefusion Linux Device Management and gain complete visibility using a unified dashboard that is easy to use. Request a free trial of this release by setting up a demo of Scalefusion for Linux.

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