Save Server Management Time and Effort for IT Staff

Provided by Dell EMC & Microsoft

Category Servers

Type White Paper

Length 19

Publish Date July 10 2017

Date posted August 21 2017


Whether you’re making plans with friends, ordering food, or setting the temperature on your thermostat, smartphone and tablet technology make everyday tasks faster and easier. New Intel® Xeon® Scalable processor-powered 14th generation Dell EMC PowerEdge™ servers with iDRAC Quick Sync 2 technology bring these automated advantages to the datacenter, too. IT datacenter administrators (ITDMs) can now connect to the new PowerEdge servers using the OpenManage™ Mobile app on their Android™ or iOS devices and perform a subset of routine, yet essential, server management tasks.

At Principled Technologies, we found it took less time and fewer steps to perform a basic setup of a new 14th generation PowerEdge server, view the health of the server, and view server inventory, using the OpenManage Mobile app and Quick Sync 2 technology compared to traditional, manual methods. The OpenManage Mobile app enables ITDMs to spend less time performing routine tasks and devote more time to other important datacenter initiatives. As you learn more about our findings, we’ll explain how you and your company can benefit.

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