Minutes ago, I updated Meshcentral.com with a new Microsoft Windows command tool that allows administrators to perform management commands on remote meshed computers, commands like sleep, wake, hibernate and push and pull files from and to remote computers. You can also list meshes and mesh nodes from your account.
Last night I worked on a new introduction to MeshCentral video and released it on YouTube. It took a few hours to make using a narration and a PowerPoint build. The idea is to have a simple video showing how to get started with setting up MeshCentral.
Since the days of IT personnel desk visits for computer repairs are long gone (once upon a time our department had a dedicated IT employee at our office location - those were the days!) you've probably had your PC fixed remotely. You're in front of your monitor,
Intel AMT lets you connect to your managed computer remotely. SOL lets you connect to its
COM port and control selected input/output. Nothing new there, right?
In the last IDF, Intel pulled back the curtain on a revolutionary feature: Intel KVM. KVM stands for "
Keyboard, Video and Mouse", and it lets you control the, er, keyboard video and mouse of a remote station.
Intel® Active Management Technology (Intel® AMT) is not just for big enterprises. Small business owners with only a few PCs can benefit greatly from Intel AMT, a key feature of the Intel® vPro™ technology. Power savings, improved remote management, and inventory control are just a few of the benefits. Intel AMT adds hardware to business PCs to manage them remotely, regardless of operating system (OS) state.
Intel AMT Remote Management provides always-available access to event logs of the following: PC Sensors, effectors, and other non-volatile data. It also has the ability to generate out-of-band alerts (PETs) based on sensor events.Platform Event Trap is a specification defining the format for managed systems to alert a remote console.