Mobile & Endpoint Protection

IBM BigFix Endpoint Manager is a unified management platform that automates and streamlines systems and security management for endpoints and servers in only single console.

 
It offers suite of products for compliance, endpoint and security management through various dashboards, logs, and external tool which allows organizations to view, edit and mange physical and virtual endpoints inside their environment.

 

Features:

 

  • Management of hundreds of thousands of endpoints regardless of location, connection type, or status.
  • Real-time visibility and control from a single management console.
  • Real-time protection from malware and other vulnerabilities.
  • Dashboards for monitoring and analysis.
  • Web Reporting.
  • Patch management, software distribution, and OS deployment.
  • Reducing Costs and Complexity

 

Products and capabilities:

 

IBM BigFix Lifecycle:

 

With system lifecycle administrators will have near real-time visibility to the state of endpoints. This software gives centralized, automated and customizable functionality for managing endpoints. BigFix Lifecycle Management includes:

 

  • Software Distribution: It delivers cost-effective operational control and visibility to  your software delivery and installation process, also  enables staff to control bandwidth so that packages can be delivered without affecting network performance regardless of network size or speed.
  • OS Deployment: A solution to quickly deploy new workstations and servers throughout a network from a single, centralized location. It saves time and money, enforces a standardized and approved image, and reduces risks associated with non-compliant or insecure configurations.
  • Remote Control: You can use this solution to view and control remote desktops, servers, and workstations that are on or off the enterprise network.
  • Server Automation: This product provides ability to automate many fixlets and tasks in a sequence to different endpoints. You can schedule automation plans and Virtualization using server automation.
  • Power Management: This product offers monitoring, manage, and control the power usage settings on the computers in your network. You can check and configure your endpoints power usage and consumption rates.

 

IBM BigFix Inventory:

 

It is a web-based application that is used for discovering installed software and analyzing its infrastructure. It provides extensive reporting capabilities and helps you to understand current license consumption, and to predict and plan future license consumption.

 

IBM BigFix Patch: 

 

Supports patching over 250,000 endpoints regardless their location or connection type or status .It provides patches for Operating systems like Windows, Linux, Mac and Aix, also it supports third party application periodic patching updates.

 

IBM BigFix Compliance:

 

A compliance of IBM Endpoint Manager which includes vulnerability detection libraries and technical controls and tools that are based on industry practices and standards for endpoint and server security configuration .It provides report views and tools for managing the vulnerability checks. BigFix Compliance includes: 

 

  • Patch management: Delivers patches to endpoints for Microsoft Windows, UNIX, Linux and Mac OS; and for application vendors including Adobe, Mozilla, Apple and Java.
  • Asset discovery: Scanning the entire network to identify IP-addressable devices and computer endpoints with minimal network impact.
  • Vulnerability management: Helps you discover, assess and remediate vulnerabilities before endpoints are affected. 
  • Security configuration management: IT achieves security compliance by detecting and enforcing security configurations.

 

IBM BigFix Protection:

 

This product provides real-time antimalware functionality and helps to protect physical and virtual endpoints from damage caused by viruses, Trojan horses, worms, spyware, rootkits, web threats, and their new variants. Provides security for both fixed, network connected endpoints and roaming, Internet-connected endpoints.

IBM BigFix Endpoint Manager is a unified management platform that automates and streamlines systems and security management for endpoints and servers in only single console.

 
It offers suite of products for compliance, endpoint and security management through various dashboards, logs, and external tool which allows organizations to view, edit and mange physical and virtual endpoints inside their environment.

 

Features:

 

  • Management of hundreds of thousands of endpoints regardless of location, connection type, or status.
  • Real-time visibility and control from a single management console.
  • Real-time protection from malware and other vulnerabilities.
  • Dashboards for monitoring and analysis.
  • Web Reporting.
  • Patch management, software distribution, and OS deployment.
  • Reducing Costs and Complexity

 

Products and capabilities:

 

IBM BigFix Lifecycle:

 

With system lifecycle administrators will have near real-time visibility to the state of endpoints. This software gives centralized, automated and customizable functionality for managing endpoints. BigFix Lifecycle Management includes:

 

  • Software Distribution: It delivers cost-effective operational control and visibility to  your software delivery and installation process, also  enables staff to control bandwidth so that packages can be delivered without affecting network performance regardless of network size or speed.
  • OS Deployment: A solution to quickly deploy new workstations and servers throughout a network from a single, centralized location. It saves time and money, enforces a standardized and approved image, and reduces risks associated with non-compliant or insecure configurations.
  • Remote Control: You can use this solution to view and control remote desktops, servers, and workstations that are on or off the enterprise network.
  • Server Automation: This product provides ability to automate many fixlets and tasks in a sequence to different endpoints. You can schedule automation plans and Virtualization using server automation.
  • Power Management: This product offers monitoring, manage, and control the power usage settings on the computers in your network. You can check and configure your endpoints power usage and consumption rates.

 

IBM BigFix Inventory:

 

It is a web-based application that is used for discovering installed software and analyzing its infrastructure. It provides extensive reporting capabilities and helps you to understand current license consumption, and to predict and plan future license consumption.

 

IBM BigFix Patch: 

 

Supports patching over 250,000 endpoints regardless their location or connection type or status .It provides patches for Operating systems like Windows, Linux, Mac and Aix, also it supports third party application periodic patching updates.

 

IBM BigFix Compliance:

 

A compliance of IBM Endpoint Manager which includes vulnerability detection libraries and technical controls and tools that are based on industry practices and standards for endpoint and server security configuration .It provides report views and tools for managing the vulnerability checks. BigFix Compliance includes: 

 

  • Patch management: Delivers patches to endpoints for Microsoft Windows, UNIX, Linux and Mac OS; and for application vendors including Adobe, Mozilla, Apple and Java.
  • Asset discovery: Scanning the entire network to identify IP-addressable devices and computer endpoints with minimal network impact.
  • Vulnerability management: Helps you discover, assess and remediate vulnerabilities before endpoints are affected. 
  • Security configuration management: IT achieves security compliance by detecting and enforcing security configurations.

 

IBM BigFix Protection:

 

This product provides real-time antimalware functionality and helps to protect physical and virtual endpoints from damage caused by viruses, Trojan horses, worms, spyware, rootkits, web threats, and their new variants. Provides security for both fixed, network connected endpoints and roaming, Internet-connected endpoints.