IBM Endpoint Manager for Power Management - Fixed Term License (1 year) + S

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  • Fixed Term License (1 year) + Software Subscription and Support
  • 1 managed virtual server
  • subsequent
  • Passport Advantage Express
  • Win
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  • Fixed Term License (1 year) + Software Subscription and Support
  • 1 managed virtual server
  • subsequent
  • Passport Advantage Express
  • Win
For many organizations, setting up a power management solution that is comprehensive and persistent presents serious challenges. At a high level, management prefers that machines be powered down as frequently as possible to maximize energy savings. However, IT requires machines to be on at night, when it is easiest to apply patches and updates. Compounding these demands are users who disable power-saving features, the complexity of managing power across multiple operating systems, and the difficulties in measuring and quantifying power consumption.

Most computers already have built-in power management features, and many end users are familiar with controls to automatically shut off the monitor or hard drive and put the computer into a low-power "standby" or "suspend" mode. But relying on end users to manage an organization's power consumption is seldom enough to achieve measurable results. A more effective approach is to centralize management.

IBM Endpoint Manager for Power Management, built on IBM BigFix technology, helps organizations achieve cost savings by reducing electricity usage while avoiding disruptions in systems management - all through a single, unified console. The solution enables IT organizations to apply conservation policies infrastructure wide, while providing the granularity to apply power management policies to a single computer or groups of computers.