N-able Technologies Release N-central 8.0 Platform
May 02, 2011
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N-able Technologies, a provider of remote monitoring and management (RMM) automation software for managed service providers (MSPs) and IT departments, released the next generation of managed services technology: N-central 8.0.

Available worldwide, the new RMM automation platform offers a completely new look and feel; cross-customer dashboards, views and management; enhanced hardware discovery; a new scripting workflow; a mobile user interface (UI) for enhanced technician accessibility; and greater support and manageability for physical, virtualized, mobile and application-based technologies.

With new and enhanced features including service organization level management, simple and complex filtering, mobile UI, rapid access UI redesign and enhanced VMware monitoring support, MSPs and IT professionals can remotely manage and effectively support up to 750 devices per technician.

N-able's N-central product family is comprised of the new N-central 8.0 platform, which includes Essentials, Professional and N-support Pro, and seven complementary toolsets that work together to reduce IT support costs, improve network performance and increase productivity.

Existing N-able partners who have a current maintenance and support plan will be able to upgrade to N-central 8.0 free of charge. New N-able partners who purchase N-central 8.0 will receive free unlimited Endpoint Security licenses and unlimited Free Essentials licenses for six months from date of purchase. To accelerate adoption of N-central 8.0 and its 100% IT Coverage model, N-able is orchestrating a mass market freemium tools strategy for all MSP partners. More details to be announced.

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