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Real-time Remote Monitoring and Management Software.

Delivered from the cloud.


Monitor what matters

Monitor everything from CPU, Disk and Memory to System Environment Variables, Device State, and more. 

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Metrics We Measure

In addition to tracking and reporting on standard measurements including CPU, memory, disk, and network performance, Remotely also reports on network configuration and environmental details.

Antivirus State
  • Date of last definition update and proximity to current date
  • Date of last scan and proximity to current date
  • Agent Version and proximity to current version

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Antimalware State
  • Date of last definition update and proximity to current date
  • Date of last scan and proximity to current date
  • Agent Version and proximity to current version

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Operating System State
  • Version and proximity to current version
  • Patch and proximity to current version
  • Patch state
  • Run time proximity to reboot cycle
  • Encryption Status

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Installed Software
  • Installed and verification against known risks
  • Installed version and proximity to current version
  • Installed patch version and proximity to current version

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  • Processor count (core/ghz)
  • Processor available (ghz)
  • Processor used (Ghz)
  • Processor %
  • Processor queue length
  • % interrupt time

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  • Logical Disk
  • Total Disk
  • Free Space
  • % Free
  • Disk sec/read
  • Disk sec/write
  • Disk Queue Length 

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  • Available MB
  • % Committed 
  • Page Faults/sec
  • Page Reads/sec
  • Page Writes/sec
  • Total Memory

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System Environment Variables
  • RBAC (is user local admin)
  • Domain/local policy applied
  • Network Connectivity
  • WLAN Connection Type (Infrastructure/AHD)
  • Security Policies (WEP2, etc.)
  • Egress configuration (proxy)
  • Ingress configuration (firewall)
  • Hardware Level Security (TPM)
  • Driver version proximity to current version
  • Firmware version proximity to current version
  • Hardware encryption
  • Device enrollment (MAM/MDM)
  • Attached devices
  • Device enrollment (MAM/MDM)
  • Attached devices

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Connected Devices
  • Printers
  • Human Interface Devices
  • Connected Storage
  • Encryption Available
  • Encryption Status
  • Serial bus device list
  • Device history 

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Software Inventory
  • Installed Software
  • Install Date
  • Install Version
  • Publisher
  • Install Path
  • Installed by
  • Removed Applications
  • Uninstall Date
  • Uninstalled Version
  • Publisher
  • Uninstalled by

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Agent Health
  • Agent Online Status
  • Agent Service Status
  • Agent Available Storage Buffer
  • Agent Resource Utilization

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  • Windows Logs
  • Application
  • Security
  • Setup
  • System
  • Forwarded Events
  • Application and Service Logs
  • Hardware Events
  • Key Management Service 
  • Microsoft
  • Microsoft Office Alerts
  • Windows PowerShell

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  • Connection State
  • Bluetooth Personal Area Network (enabled/disabled)
  • Adapter Type (LAN/WLAN)
  •  Receive rate Mbps
  • Transmit rate Mbps
  • Wireless
  • WLAN Signal Strength
  • Authentication
  • Network Type
  • SSID
  • Radio Type
  • Channel

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Device State
  • Pending Reboot
  • System Uptime
  • Bitlocker
  • Bluetooth enabled
  • Bluetooth connected
  • Authenticated Users
  • Registered Domain
  • Windows Defender
  • Windows Firewall
  • Services
  • Startup Processes
  • Running Processes
  • Consumed Memory
  • Consumed Processor
  • Consumed Disk
  • Consumed Network
  • Geographic location
  • Group Policies applied
  • Local Policies applied
  • Device Drivers in use
  • Device Driver versions
  • Firmware version
  • Intune Policy applied
  • Configuration Manager Policy
  • Power Options
  • User Accounts

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Why should you choose cloud-based RMM Software?

When it comes to comparing a cloud-based RMM to a legacy on-prem solution, it's easy to see that cloud-based checks all the boxes.

RMM vs On-Prem

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What is RMM Software?

RMM stands for Remote Monitoring and Management. 

Effective RMM software is designed to help IT teams remotely and proactively manage, secure, provision company resources. Those resources can be end-user computers, mobile devices, and even remote networks. Gone are the days of needing to send a SysAdmin halfway across the country to configure a server in a database.

For a product to be considered an RMM, it product needs to meet the following criteria.

  • Ability to discover and track IT-related issues.
  • Monitor IT assets such as applications, computers, and endpoints, servers, and devices.
  • Provide access to remote administrators to access, assess, alert, automate, secure, and fix endpoints.
  • Increase and monitor network performance, availability, and security.
  • Learn over time, add value as the system learns.
  • Work with technology standards and investments the organization has already made
Why do you need RMM Software?

There are lots of advantages for companies or Managed Service Providers (MSPs) using RMMs, including:

  • Increased visibility into security posture
  • Ability to maintain a healthy network
  • Remote access management for IT troubleshooting
  • Automating repeatable tasks
  • IT management in a single control panel
What metrics should RMM software monitor?

Traditional RMM platforms only monitor standard metrics like CPU, memory, disk, and network performance. In addition to these standard metrics, Remotely also monitors and reports on network configuration and environmental details. See the full list of metrics we measure

How is RMM software used?

Here are the three core jobs that RMM solutions are used for:

Behind-the-scenes remote maintenance & remediation.

RMM software supports technicians in managing updates, running scripts, and deploying software while providing remote connections for machines to allow for troubleshooting without end-user interruption.

IT Management Automation.

RMM software solutions crack open access to streamline workflows and automate countless IT tasks, whether that’s running scripts, responding to tickets, or installing patches, all of it can be done through RMM.

Remote Monitoring & Alerts.

With RMM solutions, companies can enjoy 24/7 monitoring for the health and performance of individual systems and entire networks. IT professionals can enjoy ongoing monitoring of disruptive issues, have automated workflows that help address alerts, and have reports generated that offer clear visibility into every aspect of your network. Additionally, RMMs are used to deploy and actively manage endpoint security for third parties and security products.

What should I look for in RMM software?

The needs and priorities of your company determine whether or not RMM software is right for you, and right for you at this time. However, here are 5 things to keep in mind when researching or vetting a RMM software:

Is RMM in real-time?

Some — but not all — RMM software monitors and reports on performance and security metrics in real-time. At Remotely, we believe you can't make informed decisions with old data, so all of our reporting is done in real-time.