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Understanding CloudLuxe Network Assistant

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Adam Tessieri
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Motivated by rules of the globalised marketplace where products and services are increasingly commoditised and growing regulatory compliance, companies of all sizes are streamlining their business processes. The task is anything but easy: redesign, optimise and automate business process in order to achieve new efficiencies, reduce capital expenditures and improve productivity.

CloudLuxe Network Assistant is an RMM (remote monitoring and management) platform that provides IT managers the software tools, which increase their insight into the company’s LAN and WAN performance. CloudLuxe Network Assistant gives you the benefits of industry leading applications without the requirement to purchase licensing, servers or spend valuable time configuring a new application.

CloudLuxe Network Assistant tools are quick and easy to install and configure. They do not require network changes and can be deployed rapidly or gradually throughout a network. An enterprise-wide deployment could begin at a poorly performing site and gradually expand to cover more and more of the LAN or WAN, resulting in the reduction of on-going IT support costs. Network Assistant minimises the operational burden of routine maintenance and support tasks through standardised, consistent and scalable automation.

So how do we achieve this? Software tools are provided that gather information and automate routine tasks. The key is to automate the right type of routine tasks, achieve a systematic approach, and improve productivity. For example, an automation platform can replace many tedious manual in-house processes including updating patches, resetting passwords, defragmentation, application deployments, performing asset management and updating software on employees’ systems, endpoint security, optional remote backup and recovery, and regulatory compliance – with auditable logs – and many other tasks.

CloudLuxe Network Assistant is available in two versions, LAN and WAN that can be used independently or together.

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About Adam Tessieri

Adam Tessieri
Adam Tessieri has been working with GCOMM since 1998, on a number of roles within the company. He also worked for an NTT Australia subsidiary in Sydney during 1999-2000 and was a key project member in the development of an ERP system for their Australian operations. A true wine connoisseur, he travelled around Europe through 2003-05, which “has been a fantastic experience”.