Is an access governance system that IT can use to define the resources a user can have access to and to what extent.
Is the directory service of part of the Windows operating system. It provides central authentication and authorization services for Windows-based computers and connects various network directories.
Refers to the management of mobile applications, both in-house applications and commercial applications
Refers to monitoring servers, applications, and databases, besides web, virtualization, and cloud services. This feature helps IT administrators manage their resources effectively.
A hardware element that contains a large group of hard disk drives (HDDs), which is configured by setting parameters such as RAID model and cache allowance.
A feature that provides IT comprehensive hardware and software details of the Windows/mac systems in the network.
Refers to the automated data progression or demotion between different types of storage devices and media.
Is a method of accessing a computer program by bypassing security.
Is the process of copying data so that it can be recovered when a data loss happens.
Refers to the huge amount of unstructured and semi-structured data that a company creates.