I'm a managed service provider so I use Atera for all my clients. I manage their machines for all types of alerts relating to all kinds of hardware issues, from memory to hard drive space. Whenever a client needs help remotely, I definitely make use of Atera.
I also use Webroot, which is integrated into Atera, for clients searching for viruses. For a number of my clients, I employ Atera Work from Home. This way, if they are working from home, they can remotely connect back to their office machines and make use of patch management. This covers my clients' needs for computer maintenance, running their patch management, and other day-to-day maintenance that is needed for both Macs and PCs.