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ManageEngine OpManager Valuable Features

IA
Network Engineer at a non-tech company with 5,001-10,000 employees

Overall the environment is good. You can deploy it in an area of your network to evaluate risk. It can assess any unusual changes in what is going on. It is difficult to prevent IT intrusions. So if you use OpManager, it will make discoveries of unusual behaviors and give you reports. With that information, you can configure the IT to avoid those behaviors and you can avoid the potential issues.  

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WS
Network Engineer at a tech services company with 51-200 employees

You can put all of your work on there and they'll send you an email or send you a text. That functionality as a network engineer is the one I like the most. I do like the fact that we can schedule reports. That works too because that's a lot fewer spreadsheets that I have to create.

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JT
Senior Information Technology Specialist at a philanthropy with 501-1,000 employees

I liked Network Configuration Manager. They had some pretty decent features there, and they also had pretty good monitoring and alerts. 

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Project Manager at NIIT Limited

We have found that the alerting in OpManaager is the most valuable. It alerts on CPU or if the server goes down.

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IT Project Office Manager at Grupo Lala

It is easy to use and deploy.

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TM
CIO at a venture capital & private equity firm with 11-50 employees

The solution is easy to deploy. It's also easy to manage and monitor the environment. Instead of being reactive, it's proactive.

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