Remote Monitoring

Stay on top of everything across multiple sites in real time.

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Remotely Monitor Desktops, Laptops, Servers, and Mobile Devices across Operating Systems and Platforms

Atomic IT Remote Monitoring provides real-time remote monitoring for all your devices so we can maintain order in even the most chaotic IT environments. Any remote monitoring and management solution worth its salt needs to provide complete visibility to engineers, yet it also needs to be easy to use. The system enables us to  stay on top of everything in near real-time so we can prevent issues when they’re molehills rather than mountains.

Keep Your Environment Healthy

  • Alerts: Get automatic notifications about device availability, performance, security, and backup status.
  • Performance checks: Easily health check hardware and software on workstations and servers across multiple work locations.
  • Security monitoring: Monitor antivirus scanning status, errors in the event logs, and much more.
  • Email notifications: Receive optional email messages for failed checks or overdue servers.

Monitor Everything

  • Windows, Mac, and Linux compatibility: Unlike other remote monitoring software that focuses on a single platform, Atomic IT Remote Monitoring enables us to keep track of workstations and servers across platforms and operating systems including Windows, OS X, and multiple versions of Linux.
  • Network performance monitoring: SNMP functionality lets us monitor network devices—including servers, printers, routers, and switches.
  • Mobile device monitoring: Keep track of smartphones and tablets with mobile device checks and monitoring.
  • Virtual machine monitoring: Run checks on all virtual sessions and virtual machines in the organization.

Proactive Maintenance

  • Background maintenance: Fix issues without disrupting users or causing downtime by using remote command lines and custom scripts, and by managing system processes and services.
  • Maintenance windows: Set scheduled maintenance to run during off hours so we don’t disrupt employees’ productivity or raise false downtime alarms.
  • Granular roles and permissions: Set strong rules around who can and cannot access data and systems based on their position within the organization.
  • Automation: Standardized checks, rules, and tasks across sites, servers, and workstations.